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RADtv launches August 2nd 2019

Posted by on 3 Jul, 2019 in RADtv

RADtv, a hot-seat multiplayer Oculus Rift VR game launches August 2nd, 2019

Smash your friends in 25 mini-games to become the RADtv champion

Wishlist on Steam


Dundee, Scotland, 3rd July, 2019 – Ruffian Games, most recently known for their work on Microsoft’s Halo: The Master Chief Collection today announce RADtv, a hot-seat multiplayer VR game where fighting off the competition will see you crowned as the RADtv champ and give you ultimate bragging rights.

Featuring 2-6 hot-seat multiplayer action, RADtv sees you sucked into the channels of a sentient TV where weird and wonderful experiences await. Take part in western shootouts, eat burgers as fast as you can raise hand to mouth or just play baseball (… in prison) – RADtv has something for everyone. Solo players can also get involved in the Challenge mode where over 100 challenges await the hardiest of players; and if feet for hands is something you’ve always dreamed of, maybe there’s an unlockable in there just for you! 

RADtv was so much fun to work on. It has easily been the most collaborative, funny and entertaining experience of my career, and that translates seamlessly to how the game plays.” said Billy Thomson, Creative Director at Ruffian Games. “We’ve created a competitive and highly social hot-seat VR party game that’s as varied in experience as it is silly and playful. Great fun to play on your own, and even better if you have your friends along for the ride with you.”

Priced at £6.99/$9.99/7.99, RADtv is now available to wishlist on Steam and will be available on August 2nd, 2019 for Oculus Rift headset owners. 

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Posted by on 2 Jul, 2019 in Halo


HALO: REACH is coming to The Master Chief Collection courtesy of Ruffian Games and 343 Industries.


It’s true. Ruffian Games is again working directly with 343 Industries – this time to bring Halo: Reach, Bungie’s 2010 prequel to the original Halo: Combat Evolved, to Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

Adding to Ruffian’s previous success in bringing Halo 3, Halo 4 and Halo: ODST to the Xbox One and Xbox OneX, Ruffian Games is proud to continue expanding this unique collection with the addition of Halo: Reach – including 4k resolution, HDR graphics and a 60fps frame rate.

Welcome back to Reach, Noble Team.