Full Throttle Remastered Graphics Comparison – 1995 vs 2017
If you’ve been wondering how much better Full Throttle Remastered looks in action compared to its original 1995 release, wonder no more. We’ve put together a graphics comparison video that showcases the visual and audio overhaul this new remastered release has been given. Watch as we transition back and forth between the retro and modern aesthetic seamlessly across a handful of scenes – this feature is baked right into the game and is done with a press of a button. There’s still a very appealing quality to the original sprites but there’s no denying the new art looks sharp and really pops on screen. Listen carefully and the updated audio is also noticeably cleaner.
We have loved revisiting this classic point-and-click adventure here at COGconnected. It comes from the wonderful mind of Tim Schafer and was just one of many fantastic adventure titles produced by LucasArts in the 90s. Alex had this to say in our official review: “Full Throttle Remastered is the perfect opportunity for gamers who missed out on the original to play this piece of gaming history. In my opinion, Full Throttle is one of the best point and click adventure games ever made. While some of the gameplay might feel dated to younger gamers, and the short length might turn a few people off – for everyone else looking for a fun adventure that’ll take no more than a rainy afternoon to play through, Full Throttle Remastered is an easy choice.”
Full Throttle Remastered is available now for PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Will you be picking up and playing Full Throttle Remastered? Let us know your thoughts on the game in the comments below!