Summary: I haven't played this game since the glorious year of our lord 1998. It was a different time....Shark tooth necklaces were in hot supply, that dude from Sugar Ray could have any woman he wanted and the Godzilla movie with Ferris Bueller stank up the joint.
Summary: One of the greatest PC games of all time, this game does not age and I mean it, I am just telling you to go and play Grim Fandango and witness its amazing Story, Soundtrack and Atmosphere, the characters are memorable and the voice acting is great, this game contains Tim Schafers amazing witty humor...
Summary: The Best of the Best. Soundtrack is beyond above average. The story line and twists are far beyond the imagination of the motion picture industry. As the story continues you start to fall in love with the characters and this transforms this tricky and challenging game into a rewarding journey.
Summary: A true classic in every way. Just installed the game again after having not played in over 10 years and it still feels like new. This, along with Day of the Tentacle and Sam and Max, will never grow old.
Summary: Virtually all LucasArts Games at the time this title was released are amazing. Grim Fandango is no exception. Incredibly creative, funny and challenging. It creates its own atmosphere and you miss it as badly as you miss playing the game itself. A work of art!
Summary: Grim Fandango was one of the most ambitious adventure games Lucas Arts made in the 90s and it does succeed in its noir theme, style, ideas, story and character arc. HOWEVER the control scheme of Grim Fandango is bad, VERY bad, its clumsy and ill suited to an adventure game, even with a controller.
Summary: A very entertaining game. IF you can get it to work that is... There is a hyper-threading (whatever that means) issue reported by some multi processor users, including me, causing crashes and such, and it's a bit of a headache - but once you get past that!