Awsome set of Tales
The humor is very entertaining, and the series delivers many great laughs. The game is very simple and fun. I thoroughly enjoy Monkey Island games!
|His name is Guybrush Threepwood, and he's a Mighty Pirate! Join him in an all-new series that brings the intrigue, adventure, and rich, piratey goodness of Monkey Island to today's gamers.||
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|CPU Type||Intel Mac Only|
|Video (nvidia)||NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 *|
|Unsupported Video Cards: NVIDIA GeForce 9400M|
|Video (intel)||Not Supported|
First, a warning. Don't be fooled by the screenshots or the horrible video trailer posted here: they simply tell nothing about the game. What we have here is a high-quality adventure, a follow-up in the "Monkey Island universe". While the original Monkey Island game has aged miserably, this is a completely different case. It´s an updated adventure, very modern in concept and design. It's developed in a full-3D environment with cameras following the action, which makes the experience truly immersive. Graphics are fine, as are animations, all in a cartoon style (but not too "cartoonish"). The definition of characters is very good, as are their voices. Dialogues are smart and crispy. The story and situations are hilarious and original from start to end, with increasing weirdness with each twist of the plot. Puzzles you have to resolve are equally original, fun and weird, but all adjusted to the logic. The duration of the gameplay give this game a high value for the money. All of this this means that this is probably one of the best adventures you can find out there. If only Telltale would make its games just as 50% as good as this is...