Summary: this is just how i remember it all the violence and gore i got from my twisted metal and gta games this was just a cool story and i loved every minute of it and get joy out of playing it over and over.
Summary: Road Kill is a game with self explanatory title and general plot line. You are Mason Strong, a complete nobody that has a talent for operating any and all manner of car, truck, and van etc. Also, each vehicle has its various strenghs and weaknesses (as is the case with any sort of video game).
Summary: What's great about this game is that you can pretty much ignore the missions for as long as you need to and just perform randoms acts of violence. It would have been great if there was a way for you to switch weapons, as opposed to using the last item you picked up.
Summary: I'm a big fan of car combat style games, and this game really hit the spot for me. You won't be able to play Twisted Metal after you try this. The missions are varied, controls are great and talk radio is hysterical.
Summary: I have seen a few blasts go at this one because it is VERY mature, it isn't twisted metal yet it isn't GTA. Who cares? It is the NEXT evolution of car combat, and congrats and bravo to Terminal Reality for raising the bar on car combat. This one is a keeper for sure.
Summary: I first rented this title to see how I would like it. After about five hours, I returned the game to my videostore, marched to EB and bought my own copy. The pitch is that it's a mix of Grand Theft Auto and Twisted Metal and it delivers a perfect mix of the two while integrating enough of its own...
Summary: The control you get over the vehicles in this games is amazing, it blows GTA away, I am totally addicted to this game, the first 45 minutes was questionable I wasn't sure what was going on but as soon as I started to play the missions the whole game changed, it's very cool.