Rock'n Roll Racing
by Blizzard Entertainment Inc./Interplay Productions, Inc.
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Rock 'n Roll Racing is an arcade combat racing game. Combat plays a heavy role in the game, as each car has a frontal weapon, such as a laser or missile, and a drop weapon, such as spikes or mines. As you complete races, you get more money to upgrade your car.
Interplay has combined two of the world's greatest inventions, racing and rock n'roll, and the result is Rock’n Roll Racing. While the name may suggest races between your favorite rockstars, this is traditional racing with some of the best music ever heard in a videogame. You'll speed around six different tracks in five unique vehicles as you listen to an amazing soundtrack: George Thorogood's Bad to the Bone, Black Sabbath's Paranoid, Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolf, Deep Purple's Highway Star, and Henry Mancini's Peter Gunn.
And if that isn't enough, you'll have an impressive arsenal of weapons that will come in handy if you find yourself trailing in a race. Combat plays a heavy role in the game, as each car has a frontal weapon, such as a laser or missile, and a drop weapon, such as spikes or mines. As you win races, you'll earn cash that can be used to upgrade your ride into an unbeatable speed machine. When you add the voice of world-renowned race announcer Larry Supermouth Huffman into the mix, this is the rockin'-est racing game you've ever seen, or heard!
Players race one of five large-tired hotrods through seven winding tracks, viewed from an up-close isometric perspective. The game's edgy style is emphasized by forgiving physics, powerful vehicle weaponry, and an old school rock soundtrack.
The Rock'n Roll Racing soundtrack features Born to Be Wild, Bad to the Bone, The Peter Gunn Theme, and Paranoid themes.
Rock'n Roll Racing features:
- Awesome soundtrack.
- One or two-player action.
- Six different tracks.
- Five unique rides.
- Win money to upgrade your car.
Rock N' Roll Racing is a racing video game released for the Mega Drive/Genesis and SNES, published by Interplay and developed by Silicon & Synapse (now known as Blizzard Entertainment) in 1993. The game was rereleased for the Game Boy Advance in 2003.
If you like Rock'n Roll Racing, try other games: Arcade Race, Arcade Race - Crash!, Championship PRO-AM, Combat Cars, Extreme Street Racer, Jam XM, Mad Cars, Micro Machines, Micro Machines 2, Monster Truck Stunt Rally, Rally Racers.
Rock'n Roll Racing system requirements:P-100.
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP.
Game modes: Single game mode Multiplayer (HotSeat).
Rock'n Roll Racing news:
2006-04-29 Rock'n Roll Racing is an arcade combat racing game.
2006-11-22 Rock'n Roll Racing game description updated.