Take one part "Grand Theft Auto" and one part car combat game "Twisted Metal Black." Mix, ingest, and vomit. Stare wistfully into bowl. What could have been a great gamecar carnage with heavy artillery against gangs in cities devastated by a mysterious plagueis only mediocre.
Generally favorable reviews- based on 11 Ratings
MikeC.Dec 15, 2005"Roadkill" is surprisingly fun, despite being one of the most unoriginal games ever. The combat is pure "Twisted Metal" (although not nearly "Roadkill" is surprisingly fun, despite being one of the most unoriginal games ever. The combat is pure "Twisted Metal" (although not nearly as good), while the presentation- the soundtrack, the characters, even the text boxes- SCREAM "GTA." In fact, this game is the biggest "GTA" rip-off I've ever played, and that includes "True Crime." With that said, "Roadkill" is very engaging and, as I said, very fun. The main missions are good (although the story is "eh" at best), but the sidemissions really make the game great. I got it about a year ago for $8 or so on eBay, and you should get it, too. It's actually quite worth it.… Full Review »
SamaelH.Jan 16, 2005Something needs to be said up front - this game isn't mature. If you've often thought videogame women needed to be more expedable, Something needs to be said up front - this game isn't mature. If you've often thought videogame women needed to be more expedable, and were confused by the twists and turns of any given Grand Theft Auto plot, then welcome aboard. Crank up the music, skip past the cinemas (you won't miss a thing), and make the hero drive through hookers like you're satan's lawnmower - there are no consequences. For those who can look past the 12 year old serial killer in training mentality, the gameplay is vintage car combat jousting. Rogue Trip vets may have more than a few flashbacks.… Full Review »
MarkO.Apr 19, 2004Funniest game ever!