Total Recall video game arrives on iOS and Android for $1.99

In case you weren’t born or were too young back in the 1990s, there was a movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger in it dubbed Total Recall. If you’re wondering why this sounds familiar, it’s because a remake of that movie has been made and it stars Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel just to name a few. Either way if you enjoy playing video games that are based on the movie, perhaps as means of promotion or perhaps because there really is some gameplay value to be had, then you might be interested to learn that Total Recall the game is currently available on both iOS and Android devices.

Gamers will step into the shoes of the movie’s main character, Douglas Quaid, and will have to fight their way through New Asia and into the core of the Earth. The game will feature 3D environments which have been taken from the movie, and players will also have access to a variety of weapons like handguns, assault rifles and etc. It is available via the iTunes App Store and Google Play store for $1.99.

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