Games developer Double Fine Productions has this week done accessible Full Throttle Remastered on a PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, 22 years after a strange was launched.
Check out a Full Throttle Remastered launch trailer for a PlayStation height next to learn some-more about what we can design from this retro classical that has now been remastered.
The group during Double Fine recovered aged fasten drives and consulted with strange artist Peter Chan to raise a LucasArts classic. Now over 20 years later, Full Throttle is behind in a remastered book featuring all new hand-drawn and 3D high-resolution design with 4k support, and with remastered audio and music. Jump over to a central PlayStation blog around a couple next for some-more sum and purchasing options.
Full Throttle was Tim Schafer’s initial diversion as solitary plan lead during LucasArts, and only like his other Lucas games, Day of a Tentacle and Grim Fandango, it shortly became a dear cult classic. We’ve already remastered those other two, and with this one we finish a trilogy of Tim Schafer LucasArts games.
It’s a good thing that we left Full Throttle last, too, as it’s a many formidable one of them all — an desirous plan during a time, it has twice a series of backgrounds and twice as many frames of animation as Day of a Tentacle, and combines both 2D and 3D design where those other games hang with only one.
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