Road Rash (Electronic Arts, for 3DO, $69.95) Here’s wholesome family entertainment for you: a motorcycle game in which players run over pedestrians, attack each other with fists and clubs, and evade pursuing police cars, all accompanied by an appropriately antisocial soundtrack featuring the likes of noise-rockers Hammerbox and Swervedriver. But what makes Road Rash really stand out are its realistic, nonrepeating courses, including meticulously digitized reproductions of the Pacific Coast Highway, Napa Valley’s roads, and downtown San Francisco. A
Posted October 14 1994 — 12:00 AM EDT
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