. Some of the best I've ever seen in a computer game. The characters all looked superb.
. Absolutely perfect, captures the mood and style of W&G.
. Apart from Mr. Gabberly, I enjoyed meeting every single character, moreover I wanted to know what they had to say. Many characters in adventure games can bore you to tears, but not this lot!
. Looks like an old town in Lancashire to me. Spot on.
. Each episode was entertaining to play, but "The Last Resort" was particularly outstanding.
. Although Ben Whitehead sounds a lot like Peter Sallis, at times he sounded a bit stressed out, even when Wallace wasn't.
. He didn't seem to be as emotive as he is in the films. It was hard to see what he was thinking at times, unlike in the films.
. A few Americanisms ("quilting bee", "kidney pie") crept in, along with the odd Amglish spelling oversight.
Tea bags with string
? What do you think a tea pot is for!
Aardman should have sent someone to work with Telltale to spot these things, so I blame them
for the bad bits.
Overall, as a Wallace and Gromit fan, I have to say I enjoyed these adventures immensely, and can only hope that a second series will follow.
Well done Telltale!