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Road Redemption a spiritual successor to Road Rash for Linux!

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Road Redemption takes the motorcycle combat-racing gameplay, pioneered by the Road Rash series, to the next level.

Road Redemption brings state-of-the-industry combat controls, insane crashes, destructible environments, AI, ragdoll physics, and online multiplayer to the classic formula.

The Road Redemption team has been hard at work since early 2012, though preliminary design work started as far back as 2009.

Well this is certainly a nice change to see from all the puzzle and platformer games recently, especially for me since Road Rash is a game i spent many hours on as a young man. I had it for Sega's Mega Drive console and also for the original Playstation as well for the 3D version so for me this is very exciting!

They are looking to get help on Greenlight as well so if you like the look of it be sure to go and give them your vote!

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fainec 22 Apr, 2013
Wow, that fantastic !
Orkultus 22 Apr, 2013
So cant wait. I loved road rash to death. This is going to be awesome.
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