Framed for murdering a motorcycle magnate, a biker gang leader tries to clear his name and take revenge on the scheming businessman responsible.
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The four Vultures Ben fights on the Mine Road are called Michael (a black man with a chain), Razor (a woman with a red mohawk and chainsaw), Wendy (a brunette in a blue cap), and Sid (a dark-haired man with a goatee). They are a homage to characters in LucasArts' Maniac Mansion
(1987) in both name and physical appearance. See more
None of the bikers in the game appear to utilize any form of critical safety gear, like helmets (although some wear knee pads). Given infinite number of instances Ben can crash his bike in fight sequences (and one particularly bad accident that figures into the basic plot), it is highly unlikely that Ben or any of the other bikers (e.g. the Vultures, as seen in at the end of the game, unharmed) would have escaped serious injury from all high-speed bike crashes that they endure, even if they were wearing safety gear. See more
Whenever I smell asphalt, I think of Maureen. That's the last sensation I had, before I blacked out: the thick smell of asphalt. And the first thing I saw when I woke up was her face. She said she'd fix my bike. Free. No strings attached. I should have known then that things are never that simple. Yeah, when I think of Maureen I think of two things: asphalt... and trouble.
At the end of the credits, the music fades out. We then see a whole bunch of the Corley toy bunnies hopping after Ben's bike. See more
Let 'Er Rip
Composed and Performed by The Gone Jackals
(Keith Karloff, R.D. Maynard, Trey Sabatelli, Judd Austin) See more