Rocket Jockey had been rumored to support the original Creative Labs 3d Blaster, but this has not been confirmed and is highly unlikely, since the "original" 3D Blaster is a primitive VLB board that won't even meet the publisher's stated minimum requirement for Rocket Jockey of Direct3D compatibility.
Cancelled PlayStation version
A PlayStation version was planned but was never released.
There were eight jockeys to choose from and each had his or her own logo. They include-
Ace Ban Dage-Ace of Spades
Demolition Donna Dombrowski-Heart
Arty "The TORCH" Jablonski-Rocket
Catherine "CRASH" Conroy-Dice
Rocket Jockey's 20 track soundtrack was provided by the musician, Dick Dale, a pioneer of Surf Rock. Of his many works, one of his most famous is "Misirlou", the song that opens Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction.