PC - Windows
About this game
Developer: Slipgate Studios
Content Rating: Mature
Rad is a rambunctious but spirited young boy who maybe plays too many video games. After dozing off at the tail end of a long night of gaming, Rad awakens to find his dusty old console has turned itself back on. Suddenly a vortex emerges and he's sucked into his TV, where he finds himself the star in his very own video game adventure. Dusty is Rad's good-hearted but foul-mouthed, now-sentient game console. His clock speed isn't what it used to be, but what he lacks for in megahertz he makes up for with experience and attitude! Rad & Dusty's adventure begins in the First World, taking them through seven dangerous stages of action-packed, humor-filled, hardcore platforming fun. This decaying jungle world has been infected by a fierce corruption, and it's up to the unlikely buddy-duo Rad and Dusty to save the jungle's inhabitants and restore the Elder Tree as guardian of the land. Note: Buy Rad Rodgers contains both Rad Rodgers and Rad Rodgers: World One.
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- OS: Windows 7 SP1 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10 (64 bit)
- Processor: Intel or AMD at 2.5 GHz or more
- Memory: 6 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or equivalent
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 10 GB available space
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Yet despite those great sections, I’m still overcome with a feeling of relief to have finished the game. For everything it does right, Rad Rodgers does three things wrong. I’ll remember the time I spent going through this game, but maybe not for the best reasons. Despite my love of the 90s and all its radicalness, I won’t be eagerly returning to this one, no matter how rad it may seem.
It's short, but it's also very affordable, and there's likely more to come from the developer anyway with World Two and further hopefully on their way soon. As it is, it's an entertaining throwback to a simpler time rife with silly adult humor and firepower. It's not entirely perfect, but it does exactly what it sets out to do, and I can respect that. At least it's not shareware, right?
Really, I’m just awestruck at how bad Rad Rodgers has become. What happened to all the promise I saw in 2016? Where did all those original plans for World Two end up? Why was the collision detection changed when the original worked just fine?