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Submitted by BIoodmask 1789d ago | review

Team Teabag: Wallace & Gromit: Muzzled Review

It's hardly original, but when woven together with the unique humour of the series and seeing the digitalised versions of TV's most heart-warming heroes, you can't help but enjoy the tranquil ride. As you would expect, all your favourite characters return, each with their humorous mannerisms. Deeply inoffensive, Wallace & Gromit is your perfect 'Sunday-matinee' game. There's no rush and it's an experience to be enjoyed.

The graphics are unchanged and the soundtrack as 'tuba' as you would anticipate. Wonky teeth, ingeniously ridiculous contraptions and 'do do do do do do do do' – that irritatingly addictive theme-song: it's all there. Roll on episode 4. (PC, Wallace & Gromit in Muzzled, Xbox 360) 8/10

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