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For those that love roguelikes or for those that have been looking to give the genre a try, you canât go wrong with RAD and experiencing yet another imaginative title from Double Fine.
It's just that the joys of Rad require more work than necessary to obtain, and that work can feel awfully thankless at times. Double Fine's hyper-colorful take on an '80s synthpop apocalypse makes for some gratifying nostalgia at the best of times, but there's a reason why, eventually, we all moved on to grunge.
I hope that none of them are bad, since the group of kids have started to grow on me; I could trust them with whichever post-apocalypse mission we'll find ourselves into in the foreseeable future. It's not the first time that we see this scenario displayed in a game, it's just thatÂ RAD actually took the time to present me with a world that I want to save. Leaving a green path behind me, I watch the flowers grow as I wait for my arm to come back to me, boomerang style.