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Fright of the Bumblebees continues to evolve Telltale Games' formula for small doses of funny adventure gaming, and is my favorite production by them yet. Part of it is my preexisting affection for the Wallace and Gromit characters themselves, which isn't quite as true for Strong Bad or Sam and Max (although I've come to be a big fan of the latter). The world is just so charming, from Wallace's innocent buffoonery despite his technical genius to the way Gromit silently puts up with everything. ...2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Fright of the Bumblebees is the first entry in Telltale Game's Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures series of episodic games - and if this first game is a sign of what's to come, Telltale have yet another strong Adventure franchise to add to their roster. Players take control of both Wallace and Gromit as they manage their own Honey Production business - but when Wallace attempts to get more Honey from his bees by making them bigger, they break out of Wallaby Street and invade the town. The ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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Telltale’s latest adventure game is Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventure, an episodic title that focuses on the humor of the animated British comedy with the backdrop of some old-school adventure-style gameplay. Thankfully, it stays true to its source material and makes for a fun game as well. The premise is that Wallace & Gromit are in financial trouble, have no income, and are also left with a debt that one of Wallace’s inventions caused. Throughout the game, it’s up to Wallace & Gro...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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