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Play Time (Mar, 1992)
Die saubere Grafik, die gute Animation (besonders bei den Motorradfahrern) und ein stimmungsvoller und realistischer Sound, geben diesem Spiel einen ungewöhnlich hohen Spielcharakter. Kurz und gut, dieses Game macht richtig Spaß.
RoadBlasters for the NES is slightly easier than the arcade game because you don't seem to run out of fuel as fast. Even so, it has the same basic feel of the arcade game. It is a challenging contest that both veterans and beginners will enjoy.
Video Games (Mar, 1991)
Klingt ja reichlich destruktiv: Staubekämpfung per Großkaliber. Road Blasters ist aber kein Dumpfspiel, sondern ein ebenso originelles wie ansprechendes Actionmodul. Dieser Spielhallen-Evergreen wurde hervorragend aufs Nintendo Entertainment System umgesetzt. Die 3-D-Grafik, die perspektivisch auf Euch zugerauscht kommt, ist fließend. Alle Fahrzeuge und Hindernisse kann man rechtzeitig erkennen; auf der Straße ist genug Platz, um vernünftig zu manövrieren. Das Spiel wird außerdem niemals unfair. Die abwechslungsreichen Strecken und das reichhaltige Angebot an Extras verführen zu ausgiebigen Fahrten.
75 (Mar, 2013)
RoadBlasters might lack the beautiful neon style of Rad Racer or the scintillating madness of R.C. Pro-Am, but its fast and destructive nature warmed my heart nevertheless.
Power Play (May, 1991)
Treffpunkt der Spieleantiquitäten: Die Autoballerei "Road Blasters" hat längst Klassikerstatus erreicht und auch das Nintendo Entertainment System gilt technisch als Veteran. Die beiden grauen Panther zeigen aber bei der neuen NES-Umsetzung von Road Blasters, was in ihnen steckt. Technisch und spielerisch läßt sie keine Wünsche offen und holt Erstaunliches aus der Hardware heraus.
This is pure fun, with the perfect blend of driving and shooting. Multiple landscapes, bonus incentives, and plenty of targets to interact with make RoadBlasters highly enjoyable.
Like the arcade, the player has the option of beginning the game at one of three different stages depending on the difficulty they want to start at: Bubble City, Forest Area, or Desert Region. Mileage may vary, but feel free to take a spin with this challenging but fun vehicular-combat title.
Mean Machines (Nov, 1990)
I liked arcade Roadblasters a lot, but I'm afraid this Nintendo conversion is a b-i-g disappointment. It looks like Roadblasters (albeit with very fuzzy graphics), and it even sounds like Roadblasters (but without the speech). But it certainly doesn't play like Roadblasters. The original coin-op was challenging and addictive - this version certainly isn't. It's incredibly easy, and I finished the game on my second go with over 1,500,000 points! And once you've completed the game, there's nothing to draw you back to it.
NES Archives (Jul 13, 2001)
As the grade says this isn't a terrible game, but it sure isn't great. If it was cheap and if you collect NES games, you may enjoy it for a little while. It's far from the worst available.
The Video Game Critic (Aug 10, 2021)
RoadBlasters is highly repetitive although its changing backdrops add some much-needed variety. The futuristic buildings at night look particularly cool. The problem with the game is that its low difficulty tends to drag things out and water down the excitement level. So when you're finally presented with a continue option, you really need to think about it, and that's never a good sign.