Moto Roader MC was the third entry in the series, but being a racer and all, that doesnâ€™t matter a jot. Itâ€™s a slight offbeat affair with a futuristic slant and some peculiar trackside detailing.
Vehicles are equipped with two weapons, adding a side-line of combat. Tracks are single-screen, and four players (five on Switch) can partake.
Those who stuck with the Wii U until the bitter end may be familiar â€“ it was released on Virtual Console in 2017. The original Motor Roader was also included on the PC Engine Mini.
The Â£5.99 asking price seems more than fair â€“ the original CD-ROMÂ² release sells for between Â£30-Â£50 nowadays.
Itâ€™s set for a 25th Feb release on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Switch.