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Submitted by mcheather 2038d ago | review

Infinite Bits Review: Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventure is Best Yet

Wallace & Gromit have made the leap--across the pond--from cartoon characters to videogame heroes. The latest offering from Telltale Games' episodic adventures is, if I dare say so, their best yet.

Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventure excels with Telltales's tried-and-true formula of puzzle/adventure interspersed with comedic cut-scenes. The puzzles are tricky enough to be satisfying, yet not so difficult as to cause frustration. There's a high level of delightful absurdity. The logic is that of our favorite British inventor and his faithful--and long-suffering--companion. Fans of the original Wallace & Gromit shorts will enjoy the character banter and outlandish inventions which play impressively true to the source material. (Culture, PC, Wallace & Gromit in Fright of the Bumblebees, Wii) 9.25/10

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