FT is also a perfect example of how music can make half the experience. The Gone Jackals, a biker band, provided much of the music and it’s situated so perfectly that it’s almost as if it was written especially for FT. Add to that a very good cast of voice actors, some very funny lines, and you’ve got a nearly flawless game.
The graphics, particularly in the cut-scenes, have the unmistakable LucasArts quality that we have come to expect but, unfortunately, the game is let down by the limited amount of interaction and problem solving involved.
Although the quality of immersion is excellent, it is somewhat transient, no doubt leaving many feeling short-changed. In the end, though, the intrigue and originality of the story make it a very important adventure game for all fans of the genre.
I will be short. It is a masterpiece. Must have for the collection. The interactive adventure which unfortunate happens on the braking point from 2D to 3D. So that the genre has not ever had an opportunity to get the sequel. Bravo for Lucas Art.
This is the first adventure game i had **** what a way to get introduced to the genre. A memorable game with Ben......a memorable protagonist plus a nice plot and included one of gaming's great villain's, Adrian Ripburger.
In comparison to the other classic Adventures I dont think Full Throttle has the same level. The graphics is very good, but the dialogs are boring: Not much humor, and they are simple. The riddles were easy and the story, just good.
I prefer Zak McCracken, Maniac Mansion or Monkey Island. On the other side, you need to invest only few hours to know this game, so why not?
SummaryYou're Ben--beaten, framed for murder and left for dead on the roadside. You've got a lump on your back and a feeling in your gut that the road you're on is about to get a lot rougher. Full Throttle features an amazingly simple interface and fast-paced action. Brilliant graphics and animation provide a strong cartoon feel, while the voic...