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Which is the best Wallace and Gromit Episode?

posted by tommymac on - last edited - Viewed by 361 users

Hi, I'm looking to spend my free episode voucher from my MI preorder on a episode from this series.

Which episode do you guys think is best? and most suitable and best value, from the point of view of a single purchase?

Thanks very much

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  • I'd say The Last Resort, but Muzzled comes a close 2nd.

  • Considering Fright of the Bumblebees is the only one I've played, I'm going to have to say Fright of the Bumblebees.

  • The Last Resort had something very special about it. I don't know what it was, but I loved it. :D

  • If I were you, I would get The Last Resort first.... But Fright of the Bumblebees is good too if you want to play them in order

  • I actually was not very fond of Fright of the Bumblebees. The ending sequence is postively amazing, but the lead up feels tedious. It's great probably as a short but I just couldn't handle it after awhile and cheated rampantly just to finish it off and progress through the story and next game.

    The ending sequence is solid gold though and made up for everything leading up. Pure brilliance and sold me on the series.

    But...probably best to start off with a different episode.

  • "The Last Resort" has the best story, but unfortunately also some of the most awkward puzzles ever created by Telltale (e.g. the Act II puzzle involving Winnie Gabberley). The story of "Muzzled" may be less intriguing and more straight-forward, but as a whole gaming experience, it beats "The Last Resort"

  • @Randulf said: "The Last Resort" has the best story, but unfortunately also some of the most awkward puzzles ever created by Telltale (e.g. the Act II puzzle involving Winnie Gabberley). The story of "Muzzled" may be less intriguing and more straight-forward, but as a whole gaming experience, it beats "The Last Resort"



    Everybody bitched & bitched about Telltale not adding more difficult puzzles that require actually think & when they do, people still bitch. I'm so confused....

  • @roberttitus said: Everybody bitched & bitched about Telltale not adding more difficult puzzles that require actually think & when they do, people still bitch. I'm so confused....



    It's because some people want puzzles to be straight forward so the the story can progress quickly, or really struggle with some types of puzzles. Other people want to have even the simplest of puzzles to use the most twisted, multi-leveled logic so they can really be tested.

    [not serious]The trick is to balance the difficulty so that the same number of people complain for easier puzzles as they do for harder ones. :p[/not serious]

  • @Randulf said: The task itself is easy enough, but the resulting conversation does not sound natural at all.



    That's the point. Wallace don't know what to say to her as he obviously don't know her that well. The same thing happened in part 1 where she needed help with her husband. He's grasping for something to say at all and is inspired by the items on the table. The morale, I think, is that it's not important that you have something clever to say as long as you say anything nice.

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