USstreamer: Celebrate Full Throttle's 20th Anniversary at 3:30pm PT/6:30pm ET

USstreamer: Celebrate Full Throttle's 20th Anniversary at 3:30pm PT/6:30pm ET

As this LucasArts adventure rings in its 20th year, join Bob for a longplay of Tim Schafer's 1995 classic.

Did you know Full Throttle turns 20 years old this week? It's true! Tim Schafer's first project as a solo director turned heads in the '90s with its in-your-face take on point-and-click adventures, and thankfully, it's still completely playable all these years later.

Doubtful? You can verify this for yourself by checking out my Full Throttle longplay, starting today at 3:30pm PT. I'll be giving a guided tour of the game's first half today, then I'll conclude with the second half this Thursday—all while taking comments and questions from our Twitch chatroom.

It all starts on USgamer's channel today at 3:30pm PT/6:30pm ET—or you can stay on this page and watch the stream from here. And if you can't make it, don't worry; our streams are always backed up on our YouTube channel. And if you're reading this after the stream has already happened, you'll see that version embedded below.

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