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Full Throttle Remastered - Why It's Better Than The Usual Nonsense

Full Throttle Remastered is released soon and when it does come out, you should play it, even if you don't like point and click games. Genuinely one of the best games ever made – even more so when you remember the context when it came out – it's both a wonderful nostalgia trip and a great way to understand why the genre was so beloved back in the day.

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Full Throttle Remastered - No Commentary

Nearly 5 years ago, I published a video of me playing through LucasArts point and click game, Full Throttle. It has since become my most popular video, thanks mostly to a link in an article on Rock, Paper, Shotgun (thanks guys!).

Today, I give you the successor to that video: My playthrough of Full Throttle Remastered.

22 years in the making, FTR features better graphics, remastered audio, improved controls (apparently, they didn't seem any different to me) and developer commentary. I also threw in a few extra bits of gameplay at the end of the video this time, due to actually being able to edit videos properly now. Enjoy!

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Video made under fair use for walk-through purposes. Full Throttle Remastered is Copyright 2017 Double Fine Productions Inc. No infringement is intended, nor should any be implied or inferred.

Full Throttle Remastered (PC) - Retro Game Review ft. Adventure Game Geek

Today I'm reviewing a classic graphic adventure game by LucasArts that deals with motorcycles, mechanics and murder. It's Full Throttle! I've teamed up with the Adventure Game Geek to give you two opinions for the price of one. We played the recent remastered version of the game, though do compare to the original.

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The Making of Full Throttle Remastered

Legendary adventure game designer Tim Schafer explains the origins of the heavy metal biker adventure and how they're bringing it back in 2017.

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Full Throttle Remastered - Corley's Will - PART #10

Screwing up a presentation and getting revenge on Ol' Ripburger in Full Throttle Remastered!

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Full Throttle: Original vs Remaster Comparison

In this video I compare the original Lucas Arts adventure Full Throttle (1995) with its remastered version (2017). Nice graphics! I always loved the LucasArts / Lucasfilm adventures, but Full Throttle was one of the weaker games and by far the easiest, but it had a great atmosphere.

Full Throttle Remastered Start To Finish

Complete Full Throttle play-through, not bad for not having played it all the way through in a decade! Still love this game as much as always!

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Memory: 8 GB RAM (8 GB RAM usable)
Current resolution: 1920 x 1080, 60Hz
Operating system: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro

Full Throttle Remastered Trophy Guide - All Trophies (Platinum) Walkthrough

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One Final Offer (missable) 0:17
Not Puttin' My Lips on That (missable) 4:55
Burn-In Rubber (missable) 4:31
Ring Pull
A-Number One Polecat Honcho (missable) 7:35
Know Mo (missable) 8:21
Minking Memories (missable) 8:06
Angels with Dirty Faces (missable) 10:20
Trailer Trashed
Not So Tough After All
Carry the Torch
Annoyed Floyd
OK, I'll Put My Lips on That
Right in the Junk
Unnatural Causes (missable) 17:53
News to Me (missable) 23:15
I Can Do That (missable) 23:55
A New Hope
Hard Tale (missable) 25:53
Torque Talk
A Fistful of Fertilizer
The Spirit of Ricky Myran
Pure Evel
Invasion of the Bunny Snatcher
Pull a Fast One
Hare Trigger
Taut a Lesson
What A Pain Threshold! (missable) 54:35
Burger Melt
Rabbit Ragu (missable) 57:50
Now Boarding
LOOMing Seagull (missable) 59:54
Can't Beat a Corley
Burger Well Done (missable) 57:59-1:00:22
Thank No Cats (missable) 1:01:00
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Full Throttle Remastered (PC) Playthrough - NintendoComplete

A playthrough of Double Fine's 2017 graphic adventure for the PC, Full Throttle Remastered.

The original game blew my mind when I first got it back in 1995 when it was brand spankin' new. It combined the awesomeness of all of LucasArts' previous adventures (Sam n Max, Day of the Tentacle, Monkey Island...) and amped it up by several orders of magnitude. It's a fair amount shorter and easier than the company's earlier games, but it's drowning in personality, badassery, and general quality in every respect. If you ever had a passing interest in the experience of a graphic adventure, look no further. Full Throttle has everything in spades.

The remaster is everything that you could possibly hope it would be. All of the original, low-resolution assets have been faithfully redrawn and look amazing in HD, the audio is all here in far higher quality than you're used to (redone from the original source material, not the heavily-compressed recordings that were on the original CD), the interface has been tweaked a bit to improve the flow of things, and it has a load of extra cool content like concept art to unlock.

The game itself is untouched - all of the puzzles are here in their original form - and while there seem to be some reviewers on the internet that want to complain about the game, most of these complaints seem to focus on how the game feels dated compared to modern adventure games. I personally would call those people dumbasses. It works because nobody butchered it in an attempt to modernize the game play: it didn't need it. It was always pretty intuitive, and the puzzles make sense. If they don't, you aren't being creative enough with your lateral thinking - by 90s adventure game standards, this is quite an easy game. Just don't expect it to hold your hand the entire time and give you the answer after five minutes - it expects you to figure things out. If you don't, well, tough. I suppose you could use a walkthrough, but that would ruin it. This isn't just a game - it's a true experience, and it deserves to be played through honestly. It's too fun to not do that anyway.

Full Throttle has always been one of my favorite games, and it's just as much an artistic achievement now as it was 22 years ago - every bit as much as Day of the Tentacle - and it's been treated with the same respect and love as the Maniac Mansion sequel in its remake.

The fact that you are reading this means you have some interest in Full Throttle. If you haven't played it, go download it now. Don't question if you need to or not, or if it's worth the money, or if it's fun. Just buy it, play it, and love it. You just might not see sunlight again until you reach the finale.

*Side note: I cut out the original audio from the end credit roll. I really didn't want to do that, but the music was four straight songs by the Gone Jackals, and they kept being picked up by YouTube's copyright thing. I replaced it with a few audio tracks from within the game. YouTube also muted the licensed music in a couple small parts of the video (mainly the intro). I do apologize for any convenience or disappointment this may cause. The audio is untouched except for in these couple instances.

No cheats were used during the recording of this video.

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Today I check out the remastered version of the point-and-click adventure game by Tim Schafer.
I played this back in 1995. It was originally developed by Lucas Arts and designed by Tim Schafer.
The remastered edition is developed by Double Fine Productions.

I don't play very far so as to not spoil too much for players who have never experienced this classic.
The updated graphics and controls do not disappoint and switching back and forth between the original and the remastered graphics brings a smile to my face every time.

The original cast of intriguing characters brought to life by superb voice acting, creative and unpredictable storytelling and hilarious and realistic dialogue are all made better by the improved graphics, sounds and controls.
Bravo Double Fine - This is definitely a buy!

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Full Throttle Intro | 4:55
Controls Map | 13:16
Actual Gameplay Begins | 15:41
Chat About Old Days | 46:51
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Full Throttle Remastered - Portals, Codes and Announcements - PART #9

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Full Throttle Review (PC/Remastered PS4) - Awesome Video Game Memories (Battle Geek Plus)

Ryan reviews and talks about his favorite of the LucasArts adventure games: Full Throttle! Directed by the legendary Tim Schafer. Also remastered on the PS4!

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10 Full Throttle Facts

It's been a while, but I'm back with ten more facts for you! This time we're looking at Tim Schafer's classic Lucasarts adventure game, Full Throttle.

Schafer's company Double Fine have a remastered version of Full Throttle coming this year, following their excellent remasters of Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle, so what better way to get us in the mood?

Unlike my other 10 facts videos, the music in this video isn't from the game, as Full Throttle's soundtrack contains licensed music.


Review: Full Throttle Remastered (PlayStation 4, PS Vita & Steam) - Defunct Games

Defunct Games reviews Full Throttle Remastered by Double Fine, available now on PlayStation 4, PS Vita and Steam.

While not one of Tim Schafer's best, this point and click adventure is still funny and endearing all these years later. Some will complain that it's a little too short and the action takes away from the puzzles, but the story is fun and I love the cast of characters. If you've already played through Thimbleweed Park and are looking to jump into the games that inspired it, you can't go wrong with Full Throttle Remastered. I just wish there was a little more to it.


Full Throttle is a graphic adventure game developed by LucasArts and designed by Tim Schafer. The game was released on April 20, 1995 for MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. It was Schafer's first game as project lead and head writer and designer, after having worked on other LucasArts titles including The Secret of Monkey Island (1990), Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge (1991), and Day of the Tentacle (1993). Set in the near future, the game's story follows Ben, the leader of a biker gang, who is framed for the murder of a beloved motorcycle manufacturing mogul and seeks to clear his and his gang's names. A remastered version of the game was developed by Double Fine Productions and was released in April 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

Full Throttle was LucasArts' eleventh adventure game overall and the tenth to use the company's in-house game engine, SCUMM. It featured full motion video and action sequences, using LucasArts' INSANE animation engine, which was previously utilized in Star Wars: Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire. It was the first LucasArts game to be released for Microsoft Windows and the first to be distributed only on CD-ROM. It also introduced a contextual pie menu through which the player controls interactions with objects and characters. In contrast to other computer games of the era, which mostly relied on in-house talent for their voice acting, Full Throttle used mostly professional voice actors, including Roy Conrad as Ben, Mark Hamill as the villainous Adrian Ripburger, Hamilton Camp as the elderly Malcolm Corley, and Kath Soucie as Ben's ally Maureen. It was one of the few LucasArts games to use licensed music, featuring songs by San Francisco-area rock band The Gone Jackals.
As with most LucasArts adventure games, Full Throttle is a single-player video game in which the player controls the actions of the player character from a third-person perspective using a computer mouse and point and click interface. By positioning the cursor and clicking the left mouse button, the player causes the player character, Ben, to move around a scene. In certain contexts the cursor will become an arrow (if Ben is on foot) or a directional road sign (if Ben is riding his motorcycle); clicking these causes Ben to travel to another scene. As with other LucasArts graphic adventure games of the era, dialogue plays a large part in the game, presenting story elements and information necessary to advance. During conversations with other characters, several choices of dialogue are presented. The currently selected choice is highlighted, and once clicked, the player character responds with the selected choice. Choosing the correct response allows the player to advance the conversation and ultimately advance the scene.[1]

LucasArts' previous graphic adventure, Sam & Max Hit the Road (1993), introduced a new inventory and interaction system to replace those of their prior games, which had taken up the lower third of the player's screen. Full Throttle continued to refine on the changes introduced in Sam & Max Hit the Road: Objects or characters with which Ben can interact are indicated by a red square appearing around the cursor's crosshairs when the cursor is placed over the object. When this occurs, holding down the left mouse button causes a contextual pie menu to appear in the shape of the emblem of Ben's biker gang: a flaming circle topped by a skull and flanked by a boot and a gloved hand. The player hovers the cursor over elements of the emblem and then releases the mouse button to attempt various interactions with the object; for example, selecting the skull's mouth to speak to a character, its eyes to examine an object, or the hand to pick up, use, or pull the object. Right-clicking anywhere on the screen brings up the player's inventory of collected objects, which can be examined or dragged and dropped in order to use them with other items in the inventory or with objects or characters in the scene. These gameplay features would be further developed for The Curse of Monkey Island (1997).
In the future year 2040, where motorized vehicles are being replaced by their anti-gravitational counterparts. The last domestic motorcycle manufacturer in the country is Corley Motors, whose founder and CEO, the elderly Malcolm Corley (Hamilton Camp), is en route to a shareholders meeting at the Corley factory, accompanied by his vice president, Adrian Ripburger (Mark Hamill). Malcolm suspects that Ripburger is scheming to take over the company, and is suspicious of Ripburger's plan to recruit a biker gang to ride with them to the meeting. Malcolm's limousine is overtaken by one such gang, the Polecats, and he is immediately impressed with them.



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4K Full Throttle – Original DOS (1995) vs. Remastered (2017) Graphics Comparison

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Full Throttle got remastered! We take a look at the original Full Throttle from 1995 (PC DOS) and compare it to the Full Throttle Remastered version. We used original Full throttle files and made them run via ScummVM. The native resolution of the original version was 320*200. It is available on GOG.
Der Point&Klick-Klassiker Full Throttle hat ein Remaster bekommen. Wir vergleichen daher die Grafik des Originals für MS DOS von 1995 mit der Full Throttle Remastered Version.

Full Throttle Remastered bietet zahlreiche Verbesserungen und Optimierungen. Neben einer deutlich aufpolierten Optik wurde auch am Ton geschraubt und die Steuerung angepasst. Spieler dürfen jederzeit zwischen der alten und neuen Grafik hin und herwechseln, der Standard-Hotkey ist dafür F1.

Im Video haben wir allerdings die original MS DOS Version für unseren Vergleich genommen und sie mit Hilfe von ScummVM zum Laufen gebracht. Sie läuft nativ mit einer Auflösung von 320x200.

Full Throttle Remastered ist auf GOG erhältlich.

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