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Rad Rodgers

THQ Nordic, Slipgate Studios
Feb 21, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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IGN Spain
7.5 / 10
God is a Geek
5 / 10
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Push Square
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Critic Reviews for Rad Rodgers

The foundation for something better is still here, but Slipgate Studios has reworked Rad into something that isn't worth spending your cash on.

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The crucial factor to take into account here is the sense of humour. Do you like silly, immature humour that has no respect for the fourth wall? If you don't, the gameplay probably isn't strong enough to maintain your interest, particularly in a crowded genre. If you do however, the gameplay is strong enough to maintain your interest for the length of the game, slightly short though it may be.

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Rad Rodgers is a game with its ups and downs. It is entertaining, even though it does not take too much time to beat.

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Rad Rodgers is a familiar yet satisfying platformer that doesn't always hit all the high notes, but it does so often enough to feel like a hit for anyone looking for a reminder of the way things were when it comes to these kinds of games.

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Fun & classic, Rad Rodgers strickes back with the same and interesting platforming videogame and several addings that make him a great product for almost all audiences in console. A good product, perfect for nostalgic-platforming addicts

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Rad Rodgers is too self aware, and falls short on many levels.

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5 / 10

Rad Rodgers has a nice graphics and animation, but suffers from too simple mechanics, strange game design choices at some points, messy camera and unremarkable bosses.

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Rad Rodgers struggles to find its difficulty sweet spot. Spending far too much time being either too easy or frustratingly hard, the inconsistent pacing means that neither those looking for a fun romp nor a hard as nails platformer will leave satisfied. While the gameplay at its core is decent and the design of each stage provides an enjoyable variety of challenges, the crass outdated humour and the radically varying difficulty mean that Rad Rodgers falls way short of being an excellent adventure.

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