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  • Summary: Wallace has been admitted to Prickly Thicket, the oldest country club in Lancashire. Wallace and his faithful caddie Gromit get wrapped up in a decades-old club dispute that threatens to destroy their peaceful West Wallaby lifestyle, and the duo must fight to save the neighborhood they hold dear! [TellTale Games] Expand
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  1. The Bogey Man is another great entry into the series, and if you've stuck with the series so far, you'll enjoy this one as well. It doesn't reinvent the wheel, and there's nothing in the way of new mechanics introduced for this entry, but then again it's not necessary to throw something new at the player every time, as long as the script and dialogue manage to deliver as well as they do these series of adventures.
  2. Just walking around the town is its own reward, with numerous nods to past episodes. On the other hand, like any of the episodic Telltale games, knowledge of the prior titles in the series isn't required to jump into Bogey Man, but seriously recommended!
  3. Fans of Wallace & Gromit will enjoy this game, even if they are new to adventure games. Conversely, adventure game enthusiasts will enjoy the adventure, even if they are new to the world of Wallace & Gromit. And, it’s a good game for the entire family to play together and enjoy, which is always a plus.
  4. While it's not a bad episode by any means it definitely doesn't feel like the ending Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures needed to end a success. A grand adventure this was not.
  5. Telltale did it again and it could be defined the new LucasArts, considering how the studio works on its licenses. Lovely stuf and cheap price (8.95€ for the single episode).
  6. A bit crackers. [Nov 2009, p.76]
  7. This wet weekend in Wigan doesn't even come close. [Oct 2009, p.84]

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