Full Throttle (1995)

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Framed for murdering a motorcycle magnate, a biker gang leader tries to clear his name and take revenge on the scheming businessman responsible.


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Director:

Tim Schafer

Writer:

Tim Schafer

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8 March 2006 | teh_mode
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| One of Lucas Arts' funniest efforts
Despite being a fairly unchallenging point-and-click adventure Full Throttle still remains one of Lucas Arts' most inspired games of the last ten years. Easily one of the funniest games they've ever produced, the story is set in a not-to-distant future, one where wheels are in danger of being obsolete. One such company, Corley Motors, specialise in only making wheeled vehicles, specifically motorbikes. But their over-zealous vice-president wants to change all that by hatching a plan to kill it's owner. You play Ben, the leader of The Polecats, a motorcycle gang, caught in the middle of this murder story. You must find out what dastardly plan Adrian Ripburger (The VP voiced by Mark Hamill) has hatched for Corley Motors.

There are some wonderful set-pieces, the best one involving a platoon of motorised bunnies hopping off into a minefield. If you have an adaptable computer it's still largely worth a play. It has a great soundtrack and an involving storyline.

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Release Date:

30 April 1995

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)

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