Rise of the Triad: Ludicrous Edition

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Rise of the Triad is getting a pretty impressive reboot and new features. If you like retro shooters or want to relive some nostalgia, this game should be on your wishlist.

Rise of the Triad: Ludicrous Edition is a fast-paced retro shooter with zany weapons, a fun story, and an epic soundtrack. The remake will have a jukebox feature so you can listen to your favorite song as you create carnage and mayhem. But the jukebox isn’t the only change you should be hyped for. This game will perform better with up to 4k resolution with more frames for a smoother gaming experience. 

If you like PVP, there will also be online multiplayer with new sprites to choose from. If that isn’t enough, there is also a pretty comprehensive map maker. Now you can make your levels and share them with your friends. If you are like me and don’t have any, there will be Steam Workshop support. You will be able to download community-made levels or share some of your own. I am not creative, but very excited to see what the community has in store.

If you have already played this game, it might be time to relive the experience. There will be a new story, designs, and features to make this a fresh experience.

Rise of the Trian: Ludicrous Edition is releasing on the Xbox, PlayStation, Steam, and the Nintendo Switch for $19.99. There is no release date yet, but make sure to wishlist it on Steam. A demo will be available on June 19.  


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  1. Damn, never thought they’d reboot this game after many years! I remember this being bundled with the Zodiac Entertainment Game Pack disc, alongside Jazz Jackrabbit and a side-scroller version of Duke Nukem (way before the game was on PS1). The version on the disc only had one unlockable character back then, Taradino Cassatt.

    Thank you for the trip down memory lane, Jose!

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