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
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I really do love the look of this game though. It is a modern take on a classic style and it works. The levels are bright and colorful, and the designs are top notch. It can be difficult sometimes discerning enemies as they blend into the background, but on the whole it works. While the jokes may fall flat it is always a good time when Jon St. John is doing voice work. His tones are always welcome in games and we truly need more of him.
On the whole, though, it's a nice looking and sounding game, and it's great fun to play, at least at first. There are more booms and bangs than... ok, no more innuendos. It isn't going to bring back retro gaming, but it will keep you laughing and entertained for a couple of hours. Maybe just don't play it too intensely and it might hold its value for longer, and you won't notice the same expressions uttered over and over again like you would during the match commentary of a football game from the '90s.
On ne doute pas des bonnes intentions des développeurs de Rad Rodgers : fournir un jeu de plate-forme proposant une expérience proche de ce qui se faisait dans les années 90 avec des graphismes modernes. Malgré une exécution parfois un peu maladroite, le fun reste généralement présent tout au long de l'aventure grâce à son rythme, son level-design et son humour. Le titre semble cependant encore marqué par les séquelles de l'accès anticipé.