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Which telltale games to buy for wii?

posted by Inika_Unite77 on - last edited - Viewed by 140 users

I'm planning to buy some telltale stuff off the wii shop. I already have Strong Bad Episodes 4 and 5, so which of the other 3 do you recommend? And is Monkey island any good on wii?

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  • All Sam and Max titles are VERY good, and have a unique kind of humor about them you've probably not seen in anything else before it.

    The first episode of Tales is also very good, and comes highly recomended. In some ways, I would actually recomend Sam and Max and Monkey Island over Strong Bad, but that is just a personal opinion. :).

    Controls are great, in my eyes, and really suit the Wii remote to a tea. :)

  • @Inika_Unite77 said: I'm planning to buy some telltale stuff off the wii shop. I already have Strong Bad Episodes 4 and 5, so which of the other 3 do you recommend? And is Monkey island any good on wii?

    I'd recommend the PC version of Monkey Island over the Wii version, because the graphics and sound on the Wii are pretty subpar due to the size limitations, but the game itself is still great.

    Dangeresque 3 is a great Strong Bad episode if you're looking for one to grab on the Wii shop, but the whole season of Strong Bad is pretty good too.

    If you are just looking for Telltale stuff on the Wii in general, you can pick up Sam and Max season one for the Wii in stores, but it's not on Wiiware.

  • Yeah, I had been searching for a used copy of Sam and Max wii for a while....they only had it New at my closest gamestop yesterday, and I don't have enough to get it used.

  • At ebgames they had it for $10. I bought it, despite people on the forums saying it was garbage. Guess what? The games is one of the best wii ports I've seen!

  • @natlinxz said: At ebgames they had it for $10. I bought it, despite people on the forums saying it was garbage. Guess what? The games is one of the best wii ports I've seen!

    I bought it today New at Gamestop haven't tried it yet, my sisters watching "Bolt" :mad: But i'll take your word for it.

    Also, of the wiiware Strong Bad games, I'm probably going to go with baddest of the Bands, because, according to Nintendo Power, its was the best of the first 3 (this was before 4 and 5 were out) and since I already have 4 and 5 on computer, I'll just go with it. I also find the idea of my favorite homestar characters appealing (the demo didn't go very far into the game)....now to get some wii points..

  • Quality game, that. (Sam & Max, I mean) Admittedly there's quite a lot of loading screens, but I think that's more the engine than anything else (CSI Hard Evidence was a bit load-happy as well).

  • Note that I have a pretty old TV, which has no HD support or widescreen or anything fancy. That might be helping the game run better.

  • @natlinxz said: Note that I have a pretty old TV, which has no HD support or widescreen or anything fancy. That might be helping the game run better.

    I doubt it, the Wii didn't do much in the way of HD, and S&M Season One doesn't support anything higher than the traditional 50/60Hz anyway.

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