Summary: In general the humor and the attitude is all there...in general... This is to say it "feels" like playing a classic Monkey Island Adventure...however the original complexity and difficulty is not present.
Summary: Firstly, the graphics at first are foreign, how could they not be? Luckily, they grow on you within the first 15 seconds of gameplay. The controls are beyond simple, using WASD to walk is easy and thankfully it doesn't follow the same control scheme as Escape from Monkey Island, it's not confusing...
Summary: This game is painfully mediocre.. All that is good about it comes from the ideas/music/story of the 4 previous games (Yes MI4 included,since it's very good). The new island's design and all the supporting characters are so dull,badly designed and unoriginal that it justs destroys it, even if it has...
Summary: Guybrush is back! Launch of the Screaming Narwhal is the beginning of an all new saga in the Monkey Island Universe. It's clever, funny and will entertain you for about 4 hours, which is good for an episode.
Summary: I had my doubts, but after playing this through I'm sure that this will be the best Monkey game since Curse. While the graphics are still blocky 3D, the game goes back to mouse control which feels much more like the classics than Escape's keyboard system did.
Summary: As a long time MI fan I had to play this. The opening week deal for 35$ for all five episodes plus another TT Game ep was just too good. I would have played it on Wii but I don't wanna pay twice as much for that version.
Summary: I bought this game from Steam on a whim as it suprised me on release day and I have to say I'm happily suprised at it's quality. The only flaw I can name is it is a bit short (but it is episodic of course) and the mouse controls for moving Guybrush is akward (fixed by just using WASD instead).