RAD for Xbox One
Xbox One

RAD

Aug 20, 2019New
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Content Rating: Teen

Summary

RAD is a 3D action rogue-like set in a post-post-apocalyptic world, where humanity has faced armageddon not once, but twice. Playing as a teenage protagonist, you must venture into the Fallow — an ever-changing, radioactive wasteland filled with unknown and unspeakable creatures.

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Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
7.41
Kim SnaithAug 15, 2019
However you feel about Rogue-like games though, there’s no denying how intoxicating RAD can be. Even if you’re unlucky enough to die in the first few minutes, you’ll want to dust yourself off and jump straight back into the fray. Daily challenges and leaderboards add another element to the game if you’re into chasing high scores, but for me the real draw is just seeing how far I can get. With multiple endings to uncover, there are plenty of reasons to keep jumping back in, too.
A.J. MaciejewskiAug 15, 2019
RAD is the sort of roguelike that's enjoyable once everything starts to click but after that, repetition and frustration unfortunately rear their ugly mutated heads. It's still a fun game but one that you'll likely only pick up and play every once in a while.
Alex Santa MariaAug 15, 2019
Taken as a whole, Rad does more right than it does wrong. Because it has some money behind it, it probably spends a bit too much time on worldbuilding and presentation. It’s all truly great stuff, but it ultimately gets in the way of the gameplay, making what should be a satisfying loop feel bloated. With luck on your side, the game transforms its middling action into a stunning mix of unique ideas and interesting combat. It’s all up to how much you’re willing to go through to get to those runs. With some tweaking and a starting ranged option, Rad could be one of the greats.

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