Justin Hutchison of DualShockers.com discusses the classic LucasArts adventure game Grim Fandango and its historical significance as the last adventure game of the genre's "Golden Age".
i would sacrifice ALL games and sacrifice my gaming future for a new grim fandango. a real game!
Love grim fandango was and is a masterpiece of a game. Also love your sig, another great game there.
How does this chap not mention telltale games in this whole article? Tim Schafer hasn't created anything worthwhile since psychonauts. Telltale are keeping the genre alive. And I would also give away my manhood for another grim fandango.
And here's a game that's certainly deserving of a remake. There's so many out there who never even heard of this title, and it stands, in my opinion, as one of the best video games ever made and surely the top adventure game.
I would love for Lucas Arts to port an HD version of GF for consoles. I was at the end of the game but never got to finish it because my game kept freezing at a certain spot. Every time I try to run the game on my newer computer it always has graphical glitches which make it nearly unplayable.
Plays fine on 64-bit Vista for me. All I needed was to download the new Launcher which you can find here: http://quick.mixnmojo.com/s...
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