I first played Road Rash when I was merely a child. Incapable of fully understanding the unmitigated awesomeness of annihilating other bikers with chains, I simply drove the motorcycle as fast as I could. I have since learned that in order to fully experience all that the road rash game offers, one must explore the outer limits of the butt-whooping possibilities. Be creative. Try knocking an opponent into oncoming traffic.
Unleash hitherto unknown beat-downs upon your unsuspecting, foolish, ill prepared, boorish enemies.
And for your own sake, have fun while you do it. On a more serious note, the intricacies of the roadrash game play require only mentally sound players, and any attempt to cheat or split you focus on anything besides the race at hand will undoubtedly end in your demise. Be warned; Road Rash will only tolerate your undivided attention, and you should only give it what it deserves.
As the game progresses, the levels become more difficult—as is typical of video games—but do not be discouraged. The trials lay before you may seem insurmountable, and you may find yourself contemplating turning the game off. But stay strong. No challenge in Roadrash is too difficult. No obstacle is too large. Hoping
I have expressed lucidly and completely the epic feast of pleasure that is Road Rash — I just realized how funny this whole article would be if I dropped the “a” in “Road.” Do not fear oil spills. Road Rash will own you, and you will never be the same.