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Road Avenger

Road Avenger (SCD) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Genre: Interactive Movie
Developer: Wolf Team
AKA: Road Blaster FX (JP)

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Road Avenger review

Reviewed June 13, 2008

Sho says: "Road Avenger isnít just Wolf Teamís finest laserdisc conversion, itís clearly the greatest FMV game on Sega CD and the best damn thing Data East was ever responsible for in their long and largely mediocre history! Maybe those last two arenít exactly what youíd call ringing endorsements, but rest assured that from the moment you boot up this bad boy youíre in for naught but burning hot AWESOME."
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