Eventhough Super Mario Kart was first Rock n' Roll Racing (RNRR) was better. RNRR had hours of gameplay with unique tracks, cars, and weapons. Despite being a great racer it didn't get all the attention it deserved, and has kind of become a lost treasure in gaming history. With an awesome soundtrack of classic rock songs (in MIDI) playing through out the game RNRR can feel a bit cheesy at times, but that's all part of the fun. For a classic game RNRR is quite advanced allowing gamers to upgrade their cars, depending of how much cash they earned last race. Upgrading involves a bit of strategy, but nothing too complicated. This game has quite a few different cars, but they are leveled meaning some cars are just plain better than others. There are also a number of cool enviroments to race in my favorite being the Ice planet. Each planet has it's own character to race against which is quite amusing. I feel the game is quite easy once you get the hang of it, and the "computer" does seem to play too cheaply either. Overall this is a classic game that should not be forgotten.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Racing will forever be one of my favorite games Here we have a game, a racing game, an action/shooter game, a multiplayer gem and a what could be considered an RPG. How all those at once, let’s see…… ... Read Full Review
It's a shame Rock 'N Roll Racing has been forgotten, overshadowed by the likes of F-Zero. This game truly is on of the all-time greats for the SNES, and a worthy addition to anyone's collection. Gameplay Rock 'N R... Read Full Review