Road Rage, the spiritual successor to Road Rash (a game every 30 something plus gamer has fond memories of) is not a good game. It’s not even a mediocre game. It’s bad. It’s very bad. In fact, it’s the kind of bad that you just don’t expect in physically released games these days. Which is an achievement in itself if you think about. Thankfully for Road Rage, it’s the kind of bad that veers strangely off into the realms of fun – like a dodgy Roger Corman Swords and Sorcery 80s flick that you know you shouldn’t watch, but it’s just too damn hilarious not to.