We covered Super Rad Raygun before announcing that it would soon hit PC via Steam. Well that day is here and the game — from publishers Rooster Teeth and ScrewAttack Games, and developer TRU Fun Entertainment — is now playable
Sporting ultra sharp 144p resolution and hardcore graphics that only display four unique shades of mono off-green, fuel the existence of Super Rad Raygun. This means the wait is now over if you want to go back to 198X and fight big-haired punks, Communist scientist bears, robots and ninjas.
“It is the year 198X. Big hair is hot, and the war with the Soviets is colder than a refreshing glass of New Coke. RAD RAYGUN must travel the world fighting communist robots, and save the 1980′s by shooting his way through the decade in a totally fresh, expanded version of the original XBLIG game.”
Super Rad Raygun sees players assuming the role of a Gamboy/Megaman hero in an attempt to fight a new wave of deadly enemies, and traverse rad locations.
Special upgrades can be found and applied to strengthen Super Rad so that he can use a variety of boosts to his speed, mobility and arm blaster. Like the Gameboy the power-ups scattered around are all powered by a battery system that will force players to make the hard decision on what to equip when blasting into a mission.
If you have no clue as to how Super Rad Raygun looks and you want to grace your eyes on the advanced graphics and well constructed ultra sharp 144p resolution, a new launch trailer sits below for you to watch. The video comes in by ScrewAttack‘s channel.