Rad Rodgers: World One Review

An epic 4th wall breaking game if I ever saw one. With those breaks comes the foul mouth humour of having a sidekick with amazing wit, let the one-liners fly. With the amazing feature of being able to turn the adult language filter on and off this game can be…

The Crit

Story - 80%
Graphics - 95%
Audio - 80%
Gameplay - 85%
Replayability - 75%

83%

User Rating: 3.5 ( 1 votes)

An epic 4th wall breaking game if I ever saw one. With those breaks comes the foul mouth humour of having a sidekick with amazing wit, let the one-liners fly.

With the amazing feature of being able to turn the adult language filter on and off this game can be played by all ages. Of course being me I had to play without the filter.

The people of the world have their own one-liners that make you burst out laughing everytime you go in for a quick look around instead of breaking pots you just talk to them. “In our culture, it is customary to give items during a home invasion. Here you go!”  “You’re pretty weird lookin, here, maybe this will help with the face.”

Levels are a great design and if your going for 100% need to explore every inch. This can be super frustrating if you’re a perfectionist like me, however, I think it is totally worth it. Not only is it fulfilling got finally get that 100% but you can find cool collectables and secrets hidden in places you’d never think to look!No cheats or power-ups other than weapons, no levelling up, just good old hope and praying have enough lives to make it through each level. Some of the achievements are hilarious, one being the “This ain’t a Marvel Movie” The graphics are amazing and colourful.

To be perfectly honest I’m not a huge fan of platformer games but this was a blast, good story and humour are two things I appreciate in indie games. There are a few things that can be improved such as the Pixleverse. In a speed run this game can be completed in a few hours but to find all the hidden areas and secrets can take a while.

I definitely recommend you try this game and would definitely play it again.

Additional Information

Reviewed on: PC
Available on: Steam, PS4 and Xbox One
Genre: Indie, Platformer, Action, Adventure.
Age Rating: PG13
Publisher/Developer:
Interceptor Entertainment, 3D Realms and THQ Nordic

Estimated RRP: R249.00
Release Date: 1 Dec 2016

Likes

  • The best part of Rad Rodgers is the beautiful and amazing graphics.
  • The humour of Rad Rodgers is always entertaining and appreciated.

Dislikes

  • This is a great game don’t get me wrong but It is a bit too pricey for my liking.
  • The Pixleverse could have been done better as it is a vital part of the game.

About Courtney Cullen

Courtney Cullen
Also known as RubyTheMutt and is the Cosplay division's people person. She is a gamer, otaku, cosplayer and an all around geek. She enjoys long romantic walks on the beach and killing zombies, preferably with a katana or pump-action shotgun.

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