Death Rider (iPhone) Reviews
Description:Futuristic racing/fighting game for iPhone/iPad.
Newest Review: ... really boring and merely gives you more time to ponder the game's other (many) shortcomings. Graphically, this is almost as ... more
Customer Death Rider (iPhone) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/10/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I used to love the old Roadblasters arcade game and, if you ask me, it's clear that the makers of Death Rider share my fondness for the game. Well, they must be, because they have *ahem* paid loving tribute to it (i.e. ripped it off) in their own game for the iPhone. There's one important exception, though: Roadblasters was brilliant arcade fun; Death Rider is not. For those of you who haven't got a clue what Roadblasters is, it's not a difficult concept to grasp. It's a 3D racing game set in an apocalyptic future (is there any other kind?!). Your objective is simple: race along the road, destroy other cars and drive over fuel, weapons and coins that have been ... Read the complete review
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