Submitted by kevco33 2153d ago | review

Electronic Theatre In-depth Review: Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures - Episode 2: The Last Resort

As is the intention with episodic content, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures – Episode 2: The Last Resort follows the rules established in the first title to the letter. Movement around the 3D scenes is handled with the WASD or Arrow keys and environmental objects or characters can be interacted with via a single click of the Left Mouse Button. Collected items are viewable in the Inventory by holding the SHIFT key, and a pleasing learning curve is present to once again ease you into the pace determined by your own initiative, rather than that of predetermined Artificial Intelligence activation points. (PC, Wallace & Gromit Grand Adventures, Wallace & Gromit in The Last Resort, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, Xbox 360) 88/100

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