A decent racing game if you can find it for a good price
The action-oriented races (you can shoot rockets at opponents and drop mines, among other things) are fun for the first hour or so, but the track design quickly becomes rather repetitive and lackluster. Although the environments do vary, the gameplay itself sees very little variation in the single player mode. I initially had fun with Rock 'N Roll Racing, but it soon become too straightforward for me to really care much about progressing to the next level.
With that said, this is still a very well-made and playable game from the 16-bit era, and fans of old school racing titles should have a lot of fun with Rock 'N Roll Racing. It's not among my favorites, but then again, racers from this generation are not typically my first preference.