Full Throttle Remastered Crack/Patch

Full Throttle Remastered Released by LucasArts in 1995, Full Throttle is a classic graphic adventure game from Tim Schafer, telling the story of Ben Throttle butt-kicking leader of biker gang the Polecats, who gets caught up in a tale of Motorcycles, Mayhem and Murder. Now over 20 years later, Full Throttle is back in a remastered edition featuring all new hand-drawn and 3D high-resolution artwork, with remastered audio and music. Players can switch back and forth between classic and remastered modes, and mix and match audio, graphics and user interface to their heart’s desire. The've also included a concept art browser, and recorded a commentary track with the game’s original creators.

Download Full Throttle Remastered Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 1067
Genre Adventure, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
Double Fine Productions / Double Fine Productions

Full Throttle Remastered reviews ( 6 )

Alecmoon, Apr 22, 2017

Perfect Remaster. Classic game essential for anyone who considers himself a real gamer. Do not be dumb. Play it. Só digo uma coisa, Jogasso. PERFEITO

NikolayG, Apr 24, 2017

I still remember going to an internet cafe in the mid 90s when the demo for this was first released and being wowed by it. When the full game was released I played through three times. Full Throttle is among the very best adventure games (by which I mean a game that tells a good story and requires problem solving, with little to no action elements) ever made. Playing the remaster on a giant screen with my PS4 is incredible. No one should miss out on the experience of playing this well acted (including Mark Hamill), entertaining game full of endearing characters and stylish animation.

qton, Jun 14, 2017

I played the original in the end of 90's and loved this game for the story, cool soundtrack, well-drawn characters and something i can't explain. Recently i beat the game on the old DOS machine (Yeah... with ISA sound card) and now i can compare very well. Also classic ART feature in settings provides the same. Amazing remastered soundtrack and SFX, great idea for the jukebox to add "hi-fi", "lo-fi" switch. I like to compare old and new sound, this is fantastic. Actually i like it in every remaster. It was redrawn everything and looks very nice, i guess i like remaster better now. Not have any problem with mechanics and fight on the bikes, think it's became even smoother. Very useful feature is able to switch between classic and remastered versions. Request it for every future remaster ever :)) Great remaster for the great game!

ChoicestGames, Jul 16, 2017

Full Throttle is still as short a point 'n' click adventure now as it was back in 1995 and the remastered version isn't quite as polished as recent efforts by Double Fine such as Day of the Tentacle Remastered, however this is still the same awesome bikie adventure that many gamers fell in love with back in the 90s, with an excellent soundtrack by Peter McConnell and the Gone Jackals, a great cast of characters voiced by some talented voice actors, and an appealing comic book art style – the only difference is it's all in higher definition now so that a younger generation can enjoy it too without needing to experience grainy animation and audio.

Mandulum, Apr 29, 2017

Five Word Review: Beautification of a true classic. Favorite Thing: The remaster looks great. A fitting facelift for a great classic. Least Favorite Thing: Controlling the motorcycle. It's not just the mouse control, it's the oh-so-terrible mouse control. Completion Date: 2017-04-27 Playtime: ~ 3h Enjoyment: 8/10 Recommendation: For sure.

HappySpaceInvdr, May 2, 2017

Disclosure: I still have the original Full Throttle on DVD-ROM, and I am able to play it on any platform that can run ScummVM (and that's a very very long list of platforms). The good: The dialogue is witty, the music is atmospheric, the original pixel artwork is still amazing (IMHO), the story is engaging and the puzzles are original and their solutions are generally logical (for a LucasArts point-and-click adventure). The bad: The new graphical makeover is as charmless as it is pointless - it looks like a bad Flash game. The motorbike combat bits are as awful as they every were. Some puzzles end up being a "Where's Waldo" search for a non-descript item that is indistinguishable from the non-interactive background. The whole thing is also very short and linear; for all of the dialogue choices you get, there's only one path through the game, therefore there's no replay value. I can't help but feel that the money used to develop this remaster might have been better put towards a proper (full-priced) sequel, perhaps with the original Full Throttle bundled in and playable in its original form. If you've never played Full Throttle before, I would encourage you to give it a go, but do so with an open and forgiving mind, as it hasn't aged particularly well. If you've played it before and you've misplaced your rose-tinted glasses, avoid.