Moto Roader II

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Moto Roader II
System(s): PC Engine, Virtual Console (Wii U)
Publisher: NCS
Wii U Virtual Console
Genre: Racing

Number of players: 1-5
Release Date RRP Code
PC Engine
¥6,5006,500 NCS91002
Wii U Virtual Console
¥581 (628)628i[1]


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Moto Roader II (モトローダーII) is a sequel to Moto Roader.

Production credits

  • Producer: H. Suzuki
  • Assistant Producer: H. Satoh
  • Director: H. Katoh  (JTS)
  • Programmer: T. "Dodohn" O-Mi (JTS), K. "Jaddohn" Kanazwa (JTS), H. Hagino (JTS)
  • Graphic design: M Plan
  • Music Composer: Opus
  • Special thanks to: H. Niizuma, N. Takitani
  • Thanks to: N. Yonesaka, T. Jingu, H. Higuchi
  • Executive Director: Y. Shirakura
  • Sales Promoter: J. Mimura, Y. Yokoe
Moto Roader 2
Copyright NCS Corp. 1991
All Rights Reserved
In-game credits (JP)

Magazine articles

Main article: Moto Roader II/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

NEC Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
89 №115, p94-96[2]
PC Engine
Based on
1 review

PC Engine, JP
MotoRoaderII PCE JP Box Front.jpg

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
PC Engine
CRC32 0b7f6e5f
MD5 61bf2f34550c6f0db25c9f5221ede032
SHA-1 101f6e3c90b314496b73ee9feab9a98f8d9b7821
384kB Card (JP)
PC Engine
CRC32 4ba525ba
MD5 fc54c4b40385805e9cb560ba29914dce
SHA-1 e1288b2ba9875be14cd16ad7e590fc002a42290e
384kB Card (JP) Alt

External links

  • Moto Roader II on Nintendo eShop (Wii U): JP


Moto Roader II

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Moto Roader games for NEC systems
Moto Roader (1989) | Moto Roader II (1991) | Moto Roader MC (1992)