GameStooge.com takes a look at one of the best, if not THE best, games ever made: Tim Schafer's Grim Fandango.
Love this game. Still play it every once in a while. Edit: Great voice acting too.
I know. I replied to your comment at the ACG Retro review N4G page. lol
http://www.n4g.com/gaming/N... Haha, sweet.
What th'... that review was posted 4 hours ago??? What, suddenly people are getting nostalgic for Grim Fandango everywhere?
have yet to play it though
I don't really like adventure games, because i always find a way to be lost or to not understand how we could mix a box and a branch to make a key, but Grim Fandango was one of the only one i really loved. The voice acting was awesome but i also loved the background of the game, the "Tim Burton"-esque point of view on life and the general design. It was really fun. I've even wrote a review about this game to be hired in a professional video game site (and i have been hired). Too bad i didn't have time to finish it, but for sure, Grim Fandango is an incredible experience, and the wedding level in LittleBigPlanet reminded me the game (if i had talent, i would make a LBP level about Grim Fangando, actually).
Playing through LBP's wedding level made me miss Grim Fandango. I was just telling one of my co-workers about this game yesterday. They just don't make em like this anymore.
Grim Fandango is possibly the best adventure game ever, with the Monkey Island series coming a close second. I'm really looking forward to Tim Schafer's next game Brütal Legend.
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