Road Redemption, the unofficial spiritual successor to Road Rash, has met its Kickstarter goal of $160K with two days left on the clock.

As of now the total comes to $164,363, but developer DarkSeas Games is looking for $178K for its XBLA-port stretch goal and $198K to fund Oculus Rift support.

Even if it doesn't hit those, Road Redemption will still be made for PC, Mac, Linux, and Wii U with an estimated release of August next year.

The Kickstarter campaign ends at 12th May at 12:54 GMT.

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