[Review Revisited] Full Throttle Remastered

by the_nmac

Your motorcycle gang has been arrested and you have been framed for the murder of the owner of your favorite motorcycle company. Can you solve the mystery of whodunit, clear your name, and get your gang out of jail? Check out our review revisited of Full Throttle Remastered.

I love Full Throttle, I still remember having a friend lend me his CD to play it, introducing me to the world of point and click adventure games. We had a few good years with some of Tim Shaffer’s classic adventure games getting remastered and released with Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle getting the treatment first. There isn’t much left in the vault to update, but maybe the original Monkey Island Trilogy(yes I know both The Secret of Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2 have special editions, but they just don’t have that look I want out of a remaster, plus Curse of Monkey Island would look gorgeous).

EdEN had this to say in his review.

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.

Check out the full review here!!


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