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Tales of Monkey Island - Premium Edition (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista
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  • Episode 2: The Siege of Spinner Cay - Guybrush's adventures continue on the high seas as pox-plagued pirates lay siege to the innocent Mer-People. In between defending the Mer-People and dodging the persistent pirate hunter hot on his trail, Guybrush manages to catch up to his beloved wife and despised arch-nemesis -- but their reunion is short-lived. Now Guybrush must focus on eradicating the Pox of LeChuck before more harm can be done.
  • Episode 5: Rise of the Pirate God - Our piratey heroes meet their ultimate match with the Rise of the Pirate God. Can the world of Monkey Island be saved? Find out as the Tales of Monkey Island saga comes to its thrilling conclusion.
  • Episode 1: Launch of the Screaming Narwhal - The saga begins with a heated battle involving the brave but often bumbling Mighty PirateTM Guybrush, his beloved wife Elaine, and their nemesis, the demon pirate LeChuck. When the showdown goes up in flames, Guybrush finds himself marooned on a strange island with winds that always blow inward. How will our hero manage to escape this meteorological anomaly? What has become of LeChuck and Elaine? And what's the story with the infectious voodoo pox that's spreading across the Caribbean, causing Guybrush and other pirates to act like unruly hooligans?
  • Episode 3: Lair of the Leviathan - In the third Tales of Monkey Island chapter, Guybrush gets in deep (literally!) as his quest for the voodoo exfoliating La Esponja Grande takes a scenic twist -- through the guts of a giant manatee! Trapped in the belly of the beast, our hero encounters a surprising band of castaways, including the long-lost (and obsessive-compulsive) explorer Coronado De Cava. Can the Mighty Pirate win the suspicious De Cava's trust? Will sexy pirate hunter Morgan LeFlay prove to be a ruthless enemy, or an unlikely ally? Will the group find La Esponja Grande in time to save Elaine from the rampant Pox of LeChuck? And will the world be crushed by the gnashing teeth of a certain demonic skull?
  • Episode 4: The Trial & Execution of Guybrush Threepwood - Guybrush returns to Flotsam Island, but forget about a hero's welcome. Handed over to De Singe by the backstabbing Morgan LeFlay, Guybrush is seized by an angry mob and put on trial! With a silk-tongued prosecutor in his face and a hangman's noose dangling over his neck, Guybrush must figure out how to defend himself against grave accusations. Meanwhile, the determined Marquis sets his sights on a new and far more attractive test subject. How on earth will the Mighty Pirate get out of this mess? Tales of Monkey Island tension continues to mount in "The Trial and Execution of Guybrush Threepwood." Brace yourself for a shocking revelation that will rock the world of Monkey Island to its core.
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  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: DVD-ROM
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  • ASIN: B004GHMRQS
  • Release Date: 8 April 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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Episode 1: Launch of the Screaming Narwhal - The saga begins with a heated battle involving the brave but often bumbling Mighty Pirate™ Guybrush, his beloved wife Elaine, and their nemesis, the demon pirate LeChuck. When the showdown goes up in flames, Guybrush finds himself marooned on a strange island with winds that always blow inward. How will our hero manage to escape this meteorological anomaly? What has become of LeChuck and Elaine? And what’s the story with the infectious voodoo pox that’s spreading across the Caribbean, causing Guybrush and other pirates to act like unruly hooligans?

Episode 2: The Siege of Spinner Cay - Guybrush's adventures continue on the high seas as pox-plagued pirates lay siege to the innocent Mer-People. In between defending the Mer-People and dodging the persistent pirate hunter hot on his trail, Guybrush manages to catch up to his beloved wife and despised arch-nemesis -- but their reunion is short-lived. Now Guybrush must focus on eradicating the Pox of LeChuck before more harm can be done.

Episode 3: Lair of the Leviathan - In the third Tales of Monkey Island chapter, Guybrush gets in deep (literally!) as his quest for the voodoo exfoliating La Esponja Grande takes a scenic twist -- through the guts of a giant manatee! Trapped in the belly of the beast, our hero encounters a surprising band of castaways, including the long-lost (and obsessive-compulsive) explorer Coronado De Cava. Can the Mighty Pirate win the suspicious De Cava's trust? Will sexy pirate hunter Morgan LeFlay prove to be a ruthless enemy, or an unlikely ally? Will the group find La Esponja Grande in time to save Elaine from the rampant Pox of LeChuck? And will the world be crushed by the gnashing teeth of a certain demonic skull?

Episode 4: The Trial & Execution of Guybrush Threepwood - Guybrush returns to Flotsam Island, but for

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It doesn't take long from when you start the game, till you hear the first references and sarcastic sentences ! This game hides a lot of fun, from other things you probably have seen or heard of. And some of the things takes some time to crack. I can only recommend that you buy it
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If you've never played a Monkey Island game, why not? Well actually its probably because your 14 years old and have been brought up on endless COD releases, but I'm here to tell you if you fancy something a bit different, something that will make you think and have you howling with laughter then look no further than the legendary Monkey Island Series. (This franchise is over 20 years old now thats how endearing this series is!)
Many of the original designers of the initial Secret of Monkey Island have collaborated on these new Tales of Monkey Island including the man who conceived it all, Ron Gilbert and I have to say it really shows, if you like me thought that Escape from Monkey Island was a bit disappointing then you will be very surprised about how good Tales is although the game is yet 3D again when many of the complaints about Escape from Monkey Island centred upon this issue I feel the pseudo point and click scheme works quite well (you move Guybrush with the arrow keys and click on objects with the mouse). TMI (Tales of Monkey Island) was originally released as episodic monthly downloadable installments in 2009 and upon hearing about its release I excitedly signed up in time for release of the first chapter 'Launch of The Screaming Narwhal' and enjoyed every minute of it, although the depth of the characters in this first episode was a little thin on the ground Telltale games had seemingly listened to their fans on their forums and improved the supporting characters for the following chapters and it is evident as the final chapter of the game comes together, the art direction, the settings, the clever puzzles and the overall atmosphere feels highly polished. It feels like I am 15 years old again, gripped by the hapless Guybrush (wonderfully reprised by Dominic Armato) in his quest to foil LeChuck's plans once and for all, those who enjoyed Curse of Monkey Island in particular will adore this game. Highly recommended
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I just finished playing this game a few days ago. I really enjoyed it and highly recommend it. It has that warmth, charm and humour that made Monkey Island 1&2 so special. My girlfriend does not normally enjoy computer games, but she played the entire game with me. Voluntarily. A couple of things to be aware of:

Difficulty and Length:
The game consists of 5 episodes. I think each episode took me about 4 to 7 hours to complete. The game felt significantly easier than, say, Monkey Island 2. This is mainly because at most time you can only access a handful of different localities. There were only three or so occasions in the whole game when it felt like I was stuck and didn't know what to try next. On one of those occasions I used google, the other times I eventually figured it out. Guybrush, your character, will also give you hints if you don't make progress for a while. The frequency of these hints can be changed or they can be switched off altogether. Whilst the difficulty level might not please some hardcore adventure fans I figured that being stuck is ultimately not what is so enjoyable about these games.

3D and controls:
You move Guybrush around in the 3D world with the WASD keys and interact with stuff via mouse-click. This is functional enough, but more cumbersome than the usual control systems for 2D adventure games. This is when you might ask yourself, like I did, why they made a classical point and click adventure in 3D anyway. Eventually I realised that the 3D does allow for interesting, movie-like camera angles during dialogues and cut scenes, which is nice. The controls continue to be not great but you get used to them and they don't bother you that much.
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Along with the 'The Secret of Monkey Island - Special Edition' back in 2009, the announcement that a new Monkey Island game was in the works was some of the most exciting news in a long time for me and so many others. And not just in the world of adventure games either, but gaming in general. And now, at long last, the whole Tales of Monkey Island series has been released in retail stores in this great collection!

This may not be the best, but it's still a mighty (pirate) fine edition to the series and certainly beats 'Escape from Monkey Island', in my opinion. The graphics may not be 'cutting edge' or amazing by any means, though they're still pretty good and appropriately cartoony, which suits the style of the characters and gameworld to a T. Character's faces are also very expressive and varied, too. One criticism though is that certain character models are re-used a bit often and therefore look samey.
The story is typical Monkey Island. No matter how ludicrous the story seems in places, none of it feels out of place nor fails to be entertaining thanks to the large cast of wacky and likable characters (new and old), the dialogue, the humor, and the plot twists. I should say, however, that I wasn't particularly satisfied with the ending, or should I say, the final revelation(s).
Puzzles are generally good and varied; though at times they can feel a bit too easy. Thankfully the difficulty increases somewhat as the series progresses. If at any time you do get stuck there is a hint system that can be increased/decreased from the menu.
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