woodaba says: One of the greatest games ever made, and the second best story ever told by a game. If you have not played this game, you owe it to yourself to experience it.
woodaba says: While the original has aged very poorly, this game has not suffered the same fate. Great writing, entertaining characters, and a ripping yarn that drives the adventure brilliantly.
woodaba says: Wait, wait! I can explain. While the original campaign is fairly poor, the two expansions make it worth it. Hordes of the Underdark in particular makes trudging the original story worthwhile, taking elements from the two above games.
woodaba says: Ok, the story of this game isn't particularly amazing, but its the amazing characters and spectacular writing that makes it worthwhile. It's almost POP: Sands of Time level. Speaking of which...
woodaba says: Some of the best characterization in all of gaming. Again, the plot is bare bones, but the dialogue between the two leads shames the vast majority of games out there.
woodaba says: It's like Mario 64, only with a good story and some of the funniest writing in the industry. If you don't laugh at some point in this game, then you have no soul.
woodaba says: Gameplay is dated as all hell, but the story is very well told and almost Torment-esque level towards the end. Well worth it.
woodaba says: I, personally, have very little patience for adventure games beyond Sam & Max, but the plot of this game is absolutely fantastic. Fun even with a walkthrough at your side.
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