Moto Roader MC racing arcade dates back to the 90s

Moto Roader MC racing arcade dates back to the 90s and is released on modern consoles

Ratalaika Games in partnership with Masaya Games and Shinyuden reported about plans to bring classic arcade racing game Moto Roader MC to current consoles.

Image Credit: Ratalaika Games

Image Credit: Ratalaika Games

As has been announced, Moto Roader MC will be available on February 25 this year for $7 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch.

Judging by the released one-minute trailer (see below), this is not a remaster with improved graphics, but a simple re-release of Moto Roader MC on modern devices.

In Moto Roader MC, they promise the ability to choose from a variety of cars, pilots, tracks and modes, as well as support for local co-op for four (five in the case of the Switch version).

The Moto Roader MC debuted in Japan in the winter of 1992 on a Super CD-ROM² (connected to a PC Engine console). In April 2017, the game appeared in the Virtual Console library on the Nintendo Wii U, but only in the Land of the Rising Sun.


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