USstreamer: Watch the Second Half of Our Full Throttle Longplay Today at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET

USstreamer: Watch the Second Half of Our Full Throttle Longplay Today at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET

The point-and-click adventures of Ben Whatshisname continue via our livestream of this 1995 LucasArts classic. Be there!

A few days ago, we tackled the first half of Full Throttle, in which Ben got his bike back in shape, caught up with the Pole Cats, and learned about the murder of Motorcycle maven Malcolm Corley.

Now, our mission is clear: Find Corley's daughter, and crash the shareholders meeting before the glaringingly obvious bad guy Ripburger can claim the Corley legacy for himself. Sound exciting? Of course it does. And you can watch it all unfold this afternoon/evening, depending on your preferred time zone.

It all starts on USgamer's channel today at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm 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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