Grim Fandango Remastered PS4 Gameplay Walkthrough

One Angry Gamer "Grim Fandango has been remastered and re-released for today’s generation of home consoles and PCs. A new walkthrough has been made available for the game, offering a start-to-finish look at the PS4 version of the remastered title that originally made its debut under the LucasArts label back in 1998."


Grim Fandango Remastered Review | TheXboxHub

Dave writes: "The weakest of the LucasArts remasters, Grim Fandango Remastered on Xbox One has aged the most in terms of its visuals and obscure puzzling. There’s a fantastic story being told here, with Glottis, Manny, Chepito and the rest being absolute belters. But they’re stuck in a limbo of bloated sandboxes, plodding character speeds and puzzles that should have come with a pre-packaged walkthrough."

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Grim Fandango, Full Throttle and Day of the Tentacle get Remastered for Xbox One/Game Pass

Cade writes: "Double Fine and Lucasarts fans rejoice! Remasters of three classic adventure games are launching on the Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass. Grim Fandango Remastered, Full Throttle Remastered, and Day of the Tentacle Remastered are finally going to be in the hands of Xbox players."

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Aggesan1127d ago

They have Remastered for a long time.

Bender65021127d ago (Edited 1127d ago )

And they have been awesome for an even longer time than they have been remastered.Played all of these first time round, along with Monkey island series . A time when point n' click adventures where at their pinnacle, and when eight or sixteen colours on screen was considered bleeding edge graphics. I'm not sure if a modern audience will embrace them in the same way today, but I sure hope they do. Maybe I'll have to drag out my old DX66 based DOS BOX for a replay of the orignals.

Nodoze1127d ago

Tim Schafer is the Tim Burton of gaming. He makes great stuff.


Remembering The Classics: The Xbox Podcast Featuring Tim Schafer

Xbox writes: "The Legendary Tim Schafer stops by the Xbox Podcast and talks with Major Nelson about the Classic LucasArts Remasters coming to Xbox Game Pass"

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SullysCigar1140d ago

These games have aged terribly. There's still some humour there, for sure, but it's a slog between those points. No doubting they were awesome back in the day, but man, don't waste your time.

Dudeson1139d ago

Gotta disagree on this. These games are gems and didn't even need the remakes to still be enjoyable! Grim fandango especially is a great game that I would encourage everyone to try when you are in a mood to game with your feet kicked up, seat in lounge mode and want to have a laugh.

MadLad1139d ago

I also disagree.
I watched a playthrough of Grim, back in the day, so never made a point to play it; but I highly enjoyed going through the remasters of Full Throttle, and DotT, having never played the originals.

No nostalgia involved. I just thought they were highly entertaining experiences.

Wretchedstain1139d ago

I have a real appreciation for the 'Day of the tentacle' remaster, it was and still is a masterpiece to me. How everything ties in and how it was written was so well thought out. Took me weeks to figure it all out and finish the game back in the early 90's, and once I did, I could speed run it and finish it in under an hour (let alone all the time sunk in to finish it).

peteymcpickle1139d ago

Schafer: Remember when I used to make good games and wasn't a huge asshole!?