History VideoGame / Rollcage

29th Dec '16 3:58:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* NintendoHard: While the regular races certainly aren't the easiest, the scramble game mode in ''stage 2'' can be downright ridiculous at times. Finishing it with all gold medals will make you feel like a {{badass}} driving god.

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* NintendoHard: While the regular races certainly aren't the easiest, the scramble game mode in ''stage 2'' can be downright ridiculous at times. Finishing it with all gold medals will make you feel like a {{badass}} badass driving god.
13th Feb '16 9:58:47 AM GrammarNavi
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A futuristic racing game series (of the VehicularCombat sort) developed by Attention To Detail in the late nineties and published by Creator/{{Psygnosis}} on the PlayStation and PC.

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A futuristic racing game series (of the VehicularCombat sort) developed by Attention To Detail in the late nineties and published by Creator/{{Psygnosis}} on the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation and PC.



A LighterAndSofter version was later released called ''Firebugs''. This was aimed at the newly emerged 'children given a PlayStation now that their older siblings have a PlayStation2' market.

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A LighterAndSofter version was later released called ''Firebugs''. This was aimed at the newly emerged 'children given a PlayStation [=PlayStation=] now that their older siblings have a PlayStation2' UsefulNotes/PlayStation2' market.
11th Feb '16 11:47:51 AM mariofan1000
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It never quite sold as well as it could've, thanks mainly to having to [[DuelingGames compete with Wipeout]] for advertising budget. Nobody really knows who owns the IP rights, but a SpiritualSuccessor made by two of the original devs entitled GRIP is [[on Steam Early Access.]](http://store.steampowered.com/app/396900/)

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It never quite sold as well as it could've, thanks mainly to having to [[DuelingGames compete with Wipeout]] for advertising budget. Nobody really knows who owns the IP rights, but a SpiritualSuccessor made by two of the original devs entitled GRIP is [[on Steam Early Access.]](http://store.[[http://store.steampowered.com/app/396900/)com/app/396900/) on Steam Early Access.]]
11th Feb '16 11:47:13 AM mariofan1000
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It never quite sold as well as it could've, thanks mainly to having to [[DuelingGames compete with Wipeout]] for advertising budget. Long overdue a modern remake, but it's currently a mystery who actually owns the IP rights.

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It never quite sold as well as it could've, thanks mainly to having to [[DuelingGames compete with Wipeout]] for advertising budget. Long overdue a modern remake, but it's currently a mystery Nobody really knows who actually owns the IP rights.
rights, but a SpiritualSuccessor made by two of the original devs entitled GRIP is [[on Steam Early Access.]](http://store.steampowered.com/app/396900/)
20th Aug '15 3:56:25 PM HighCrate
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It was followed by a sequel, ''Rollcage Stage II'', which discarded what little plot the original had in favour of more cars and tracks. It also added in a whole bunch of single and multiplayer mingames including a devious puzzle mode called Scramble with a look quite similar to {{Trackmania}}. Stage 2 also appeared on the PC, but under the name ''Death Track Racing'' for reasons never explained.

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It was followed by a sequel, ''Rollcage Stage II'', which discarded what little plot the original had in favour favor of more cars and tracks. It also added in a whole bunch of single and multiplayer mingames including a devious puzzle mode called Scramble with a look quite similar to {{Trackmania}}. Stage 2 also appeared on the PC, but under the name ''Death Track Racing'' for reasons never explained.



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* FragileSpeedster: Ria's car in the first one and the Scorpion in the second. ( As well as everything else Vostok produces, to some degree. )

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* %%* FragileSpeedster: Ria's car in the first one and the Scorpion in the second. ( As well as everything else Vostok produces, to some degree. )



* PostCyberpunk: The general flavour of the future setting.

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* PostCyberpunk: The general flavour flavor of the future setting.
15th Apr '15 7:40:54 PM rjung
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5th Mar '14 2:52:05 PM WillKeaton
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A LighterAndSofter version was later released called ''Firebugs''. This was aimed at the newly emerged 'children given a PlayStation now their older siblings have a PlayStation2' market.

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A LighterAndSofter version was later released called ''Firebugs''. This was aimed at the newly emerged 'children given a PlayStation now that their older siblings have a PlayStation2' market.
5th Dec '12 3:23:18 PM Prfnoff
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The tracks contained a lot of destroyable elements, inlcuding being able to bring down entire buildings onto the track. The high speeds of the cars also allowed them to drive on the ceilings of tunnels.

It was followed by a sequel, ''Rollcage Stage II'', which discarded what liitle plot the original had in favour of more cars and tracks. It also added in a whole bunch of single and multiplayer mingames including a devious puzzle mode called Scramble with a look quite similar to {{Trackmania}}. Stage 2 also appeared on the PC, but under the name ''Death Track Racing'' for reasons never explained.

A LighterAndSofter version was later released called Firebugs. This was aimed at the newly emerged 'children given a PlayStation now their older siblings have a PlayStation2' market.

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The tracks contained a lot of destroyable elements, inlcuding including being able to bring down entire buildings onto the track. The high speeds of the cars also allowed them to drive on the ceilings of tunnels.

It was followed by a sequel, ''Rollcage Stage II'', which discarded what liitle little plot the original had in favour of more cars and tracks. It also added in a whole bunch of single and multiplayer mingames including a devious puzzle mode called Scramble with a look quite similar to {{Trackmania}}. Stage 2 also appeared on the PC, but under the name ''Death Track Racing'' for reasons never explained.

A LighterAndSofter version was later released called Firebugs.''Firebugs''. This was aimed at the newly emerged 'children given a PlayStation now their older siblings have a PlayStation2' market.
5th Dec '12 3:22:55 PM Prfnoff
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[[caption-width-right:323:Rollcage Stage 2]]

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[[caption-width-right:323:Rollcage Stage 2]]
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It was followed by a sequel, Rollcage Stage 2, which discarded what liitle plot the original had in favour of more cars and tracks. It also added in a whole bunch of single and multiplayer mingames including a devious puzzle mode called Scramble with a look quite similar to {{Trackmania}}. Stage 2 also appeared on the PC, but under the name ''Death Track Racing'' for reasons never explained.

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It was followed by a sequel, Rollcage ''Rollcage Stage 2, II'', which discarded what liitle plot the original had in favour of more cars and tracks. It also added in a whole bunch of single and multiplayer mingames including a devious puzzle mode called Scramble with a look quite similar to {{Trackmania}}. Stage 2 also appeared on the PC, but under the name ''Death Track Racing'' for reasons never explained.
5th Dec '12 2:48:09 PM Prfnoff
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A futuristic racing game series (of the VehicularCombat sort) developed by ATD in the late nineties and published by Creator/{{Psygnosis}} on the PlayStation and PC.

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A futuristic racing game series (of the VehicularCombat sort) developed by ATD Attention To Detail in the late nineties and published by Creator/{{Psygnosis}} on the PlayStation and PC.
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