Full Throttle: Remastered
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Tim Schafer and his team did a great job on updating the story of biker Ben. Despite some flaws, the game has become much more beautiful and enjoyable. Additional materials, as well as the ability to switch between an old and new versions of the project will delight Full Throttle' fans.
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Worth playing, but you'll want a walkthrough.
There is obviously an enormously high bar for the LucasArts adventure game catalogue, and Full Throttled Remastered doesn't quite hit that standard.
What worked in 1995 works smoothly even today. The legendary adventure game Full Throttle haven't aged, so don't be discouraged by its age. Full Throttle Remastered is a must play ride.
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As a game, this is, for the most part, your standard '90s LucasArts adventure: humour, great visuals, wacky solutions to puzzles, and all. It was never a golden classic, but it certainly deserves its place in history, albeit only for the most devoted of genre fans, since it is way too short and easy. As for the remaster at hand, it retains Double Fine's love for its past creations. Long story short: check it out.
Full Throttle Remastered is more than a usual remaster and it is more like a complete remake. The original game had some gameplay issues which they are still present in the remastered version of the game. The action sequences of the game are still suffer from bad gameplay but overall, this Full Throttle Remastered is a great adventure game and a fantastic remaster.
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Full Throttle Remastered is a must-have on PlayStation 4. As a huge fan of point and click adventure games, and after enjoying Grim Fandango Remastered and Day of the Tentacle Remastered, I had been looking forward to playing this one on Sony's home console. The game still holds up nicely even after all these years, so kudos to Tim Schafer and the team for doing things right the first time. The audio has been reworked considerably and this, along with the revamped graphics and the 16:9 presentation gives us the best and definitive version of the game. If you're a fan of adventure games, you have to give this one a go. And if you're a fan of the original release, then you're definitely going to love this new take.
Full Throttle is as great as it ever was, with a charming story and interesting puzzles. The remaster does little to add to this, but it's still very much worth your time.
The plot is not as epic as some other LucasArts adventure games, but it really doesn't need it. At the end of the day, it's a story about a guy who is on the run and wouldn't give up his wheels... Somewhere there is an heir to a major company, too. Full Throttle Remastered gets the highest compliment an adventure game from 1995 could get: it did not need to be remastered. It is a pretty short game, which wraps itself up at breakneck speeds at the climax, but it is definitely a ride worth taking at least once. Best to play it in the classic mode and take in the atmosphere from a bygone era. Some parts are a bit of a pain, but it is all worth it for the ending.