Full Throttle Remastered

Full Throttle Remastered

I first knew about Full Throttle back in its release year of 1995. I thought it would be an interesting game to try because I was aware that it is an adventure game about bikers. However, I never got the chance to play it. In 2017 Full Throttle Remastered was released on Steam, so I had renewed interest in this game.

The 1995 version of Full Throttle was pixelated point-and-click adventure whereas the remastered version is 3D, but you can switch between the pixelated version and the 3D version at any time. The game is an interactive tale told through a biker’s perspective; a biker named Ben. From the start, I felt like the game was a great way to experience gaming in the point-and-click adventure genre.

Real player with 14.4 hrs in game

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My rating: 8/10

Based on: one full playthrough

Full disclosure: As with many LucasArts adventure video games, I played the Windows original around the turn of the century on my first home PC and I still have fond memories of it.


(+) a high-octane main story set in a gritty near-future alternate-history universe, following Ben, a tough and gruff biker gang leader, as he gets mixed up in murder, corporate and vehicular warfare, and other manly exploits

(+) a motley crew of larger-than-life and memorable supporting characters like the elusive love interest Mo and the fiendish antagonist Adrian Ripburger

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Full Throttle Remastered on Steam