Roadkill

Xbox - MPN: 031719300457
Product Details
Description
RoadKill presents an action-packed, mission-based combat driving experience. To survive, you must out-drive, outgun and outthink rival gangs, city guards, and anyone else gunning for you in the living, post-apocalyptic territory of Hell County. With the ability to build up a powerful gang following, you'll unleash havoc, chaos, and destruction on the environment and its inhabitants with a wide selection of vehicles, a potent armory of weapons, and special equipment in both single-player and various multiplayer game modes.
Quick Glance
ESRB Rating M (Mature 17+)
Game Genre Racing
Maximum Number of Players 4
Expert Reviews
RoadKill
3 Star Review  GameZone - Nov 5, 2003

Rockstar changed the videogame world in 2001 when they released a little game called Grand Theft Auto III on the Playstation 2. The game was cool to gamers (it was fun), cool to non-gaming adults (it had style and mature themes), and cool to young kids (they were playing a "mature" game). Needless to say, GTA3 sold like hotcakes. When its sequel launched a year later, it enjoyed some very nice sales. And finally this month, an Xbox version of the two games (bundled on one disc!) is going to be available, undoubtedly set for some high sales figures as well.

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RoadKill
1 Star Review  GameSpy - Oct 10, 2003

Dude, I am like, so psyched that GTA is finally on the Xbox! But it looks like it's been changed during the conversion, with a new post-apocalyptic landscape and pedestrians that get hooked and dragged by your fenders when you run them down. Wait, what do you mean this isn't GTA? It's not? Aw, I bought RoadKill instead?!? That means there are two free-roaming, ultra-violent, car-combat games on the market now, but RoadKill absolutely wallows in the gore and low-brow humor. That can only be a good thing, right? Anyone? Bueller?

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RoadKill
4 Star Review  IGN.com - Oct 14, 2003

The double-barrel's been cocked, the guests are milling around in an alcoholic haze, and the wedding party looks like something out of The Omega Man. Papa's finger is growing sweaty on the trigger, and the bridegroom looks like he's going to puke or run. Got a picture? Good. It's analogy time.

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RoadKill
3.5 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 17, 2008

RoadKill receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS rating of 2.71 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #4,102 game of all time, #110 game of 2003 for the Xbox and #533 Xbox game of all time. The rating and ranking is based on an average of 41 critic scores, awards and other criteria. To see a breakdown of the game ranking, read individual critic reviews, or see how other games ranked, click on the link below.

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Product Details
Description
RoadKill presents an action-packed, mission-based combat driving experience. To survive, you must out-drive, outgun and outthink rival gangs, city guards, and anyone else gunning for you in the living, post-apocalyptic territory of Hell County. With the ability to build up a powerful gang following, you'll unleash havoc, chaos, and destruction on the environment and its inhabitants with a wide selection of vehicles, a potent armory of weapons, and special equipment in both single-player and various multiplayer game modes.
Quick Glance
ESRB Rating M (Mature 17+)
Game Genre Racing
Maximum Number of Players 4
Summary
Product Title Roadkill
Manufacturer Midway
Power Score 3.3 | 4 Reviews
Game Information
Network Compatible: No
Memory Space Required: 12 Blocks
Release Date: 2003-10-13
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Expert Reviews
RoadKill
3 Star Review  GameZone - Nov 5, 2003

Rockstar changed the videogame world in 2001 when they released a little game called Grand Theft Auto III on the Playstation 2. The game was cool to gamers (it was fun), cool to non-gaming adults (it had style and mature themes), and cool to young kids (they were playing a "mature" game). Needless to say, GTA3 sold like hotcakes. When its sequel launched a year later, it enjoyed some very nice sales. And finally this month, an Xbox version of the two games (bundled on one disc!) is going to be available, undoubtedly set for some high sales figures as well.

Read the full review »

RoadKill
1 Star Review  GameSpy - Oct 10, 2003

Dude, I am like, so psyched that GTA is finally on the Xbox! But it looks like it's been changed during the conversion, with a new post-apocalyptic landscape and pedestrians that get hooked and dragged by your fenders when you run them down. Wait, what do you mean this isn't GTA? It's not? Aw, I bought RoadKill instead?!? That means there are two free-roaming, ultra-violent, car-combat games on the market now, but RoadKill absolutely wallows in the gore and low-brow humor. That can only be a good thing, right? Anyone? Bueller?

Read the full review »

RoadKill
4 Star Review  IGN.com - Oct 14, 2003

The double-barrel's been cocked, the guests are milling around in an alcoholic haze, and the wedding party looks like something out of The Omega Man. Papa's finger is growing sweaty on the trigger, and the bridegroom looks like he's going to puke or run. Got a picture? Good. It's analogy time.

Read the full review »

RoadKill
3.5 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 17, 2008

RoadKill receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS rating of 2.71 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #4,102 game of all time, #110 game of 2003 for the Xbox and #533 Xbox game of all time. The rating and ranking is based on an average of 41 critic scores, awards and other criteria. To see a breakdown of the game ranking, read individual critic reviews, or see how other games ranked, click on the link below.

Read the full review »

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