Submitted by Cyrus365 1919d ago | review

Strategy Infromer: Wallace and Gromit's Grand Adventures Review

Strategy Informer writes: "When we found out we had gotten some Wallace and Gromit review code, we put on 'Curse of the Ware Rabbit' and last year's Christmas short, 'A Matter of Loaf and Death' to celebrate. Suffice to say, we were yet again charmed to the back teeth by the clever writing, the brilliant voice acting and the stunning animation. However, what makes Wallace and Gromit special is the attention to detail. There's so much going on behind the main characters, so many little gems loaded with references to popular culture that even after the fifth sitting, you're still noticing new things. These are the hallmark of Aardman's creations and any game baring the Wallace and Gromit name will have to live up to the incredibly lofty quality bar set by Nick Park et al." (PC, Wallace & Gromit in Fright of the Bumblebees, Xbox 360) 6.2/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Bladestorm: Nightmare announced for Q1 2015

22m ago - Bladestorm: Nightmare has just been announced by KOEI. The game is a sequel to Bladestorm: the Hu... | PS3
30°

Toukiden Kiwami Confirmed For The West, Launching During 2015 On PlayStation Vita

23m ago - Toukiden Kiwami is going to be released in North America and Europe sometime during 2015, Koei Te... | PS Vita
40°

Xbox One hits stores in 5 Asian regions today

23m ago - India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, and Taiwan all got their hands on the Xbox One. | Xbox One
20°

Age Of Wonders III: Golden Realms Review | Attack On Gaming

37m ago - "Age Of Wonders III is the latest installment in the Age of Wonders series of turn-based strategy... | PC
Ad

Celebrate the new TV season with Filmwatch

Now - With the 2014-2015 TV season right around the corner, come join us on Filmwatch as we celebrate and give all you TV lovers something to enjoy! | Promoted post
20°

ZTGD | Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes – 2.0 Edition (XB1) Review

37m ago - Ken McKown writes: Disney Infinity is a series that should be awesome. A virtual toy box of belov... | Xbox One
Related content from friends