Summary: As other reviews note, the music on the Road Rash games is one song looped. ONE. SONG. LOOPED. The best part of those games was the music. Why in the world they would not put the original music in those games is beyond me, and I am dumbfounded. EA, you've let me down (again).
Summary: B.O.B: A pretty slow and styalistically uninteresting shooter, dosn't keep interest for long. Budokan: Incredably bad beat em up with treacle pace, awkward delayed control and bad hit detection. Desert/Jungle Strike: Fun aerial shooters, thought urban strike is unexplainably absent but they arn't exactly all time classics worth getting the collection for. Haunting: Had never heard of this one, but was suprisingly fun.
Conclusion: Most of the games in this collection are old Sega Megadrive titles but, in a bizarre twist, Road Rash, Road Rash II and Road Rash III do not contain any of the original, classic music by Rob Hubbard. Instead you get some awful, looped dance music. In Road Rash I & II, there's not even any title music! It's even more strange, considering that none of the other games in this collection have been tampered with like that.