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Submitted by john2 541d ago | news

Road Rash Spiritual Successor 'Road Redemption' Stretch Goals - Oculus Rift Support & X360 Version

DSOGaming writes: "The Kickstarter campaign for Road Rash’s spiritual successor, Road Redemption, is heading towards its end and DarkSeas Games revealed two stretch goals for it. The first stretch goal is an X360 version, while the second one is support for the Oculus Rift." (Kickstarter, PC, Road Redemption, Wii U, Xbox 360)

ZeekQuattro  +   540d ago
I hope this game meets its goals. Its piqued my interest quite a bit. I loved playing the Road Rash franchise on the Sega Genesis. This game looks simply amazing.
lilbroRx  +   540d ago
X360 support. Now I don't know about this anymore. If 360 supports gets added then the quality of the game will suffer.

They'll have to make it the 360 the lead platform or they wont be able to port it(see Trine 2 Dev comments) and the Wii U version will look and run like all of the other bad Wii U ports.

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