As I mentioned in my preview piece, Rad Rodgers: World One came out of nowhere. I was struck by the mind-blowing graphics and how 3D Realms was publishing a game from a relatively unknown developer. It looked like a throwback to Commander Keen with the visual polish of a recent “next-gen” title. Color me impressed.
After having played through various early-access builds and the release code, I can’t say I’m as enthusiastic as I once was. Don’t get me wrong, there is a lot to like with Rad Rodgers, but there is also not much in terms of longevity or originality.... read more