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  • Summary: Guybrush Threepwood tries once again to rid the Carribean of the evil pirate LeChuck with the help (and hindrance) of friends (and enemies) old and new. This game contains the combination of all 5 chapters.
  • Developer: Telltale Games
  • Genre(s): Miscellaneous, Adventure, Compilation, 3D, Compilation, Third-Person
  • # of players: No Online Multiplayer
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  1. Jun 16, 2011
    70
    Struggling with its episodic nature, Tales of Monkey Island makes an interesting addition to the franchise. Fans will love it and newcomers will enjoy it due to its beautiful world and storyline. Nevertheless, the endless ups and downs in quality of its story progression, keep it from becoming the classic it could be.
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  1. Aug 6, 2011
    10
    I specially sing in to Metacritic to rate this game. I saw some reviews and decidet to write my own. For thoese who likes pirates and loveI specially sing in to Metacritic to rate this game. I saw some reviews and decidet to write my own. For thoese who likes pirates and love homor will love this game. thumbs up! Expand
  2. May 16, 2014
    8
    Monkey Island 1 & 2 breathed new life into the genre of point and click adventures during a time when Sierra pretty much dominated theMonkey Island 1 & 2 breathed new life into the genre of point and click adventures during a time when Sierra pretty much dominated the landscape with their cut and dry 'Quest' series. Unfortunately, Ron Gilbert had little to do with his creation from that point on, and Curse of Monkey Island, although good, didn't quite have the charm of the earlier iterations. Admittedly, I never played Escape, but I decided to give Tales a go because Telltale did such a good job with 'Sam n' Max'. Thankfully, this a real return to form for the series. It's clever, entertaining, challenging, and most importantly of all, it's funny. Well worth your time. Expand
  3. May 17, 2020
    6
    While is does not reach the heights of the first games it is a pleasant throwback. It is not your typical telltale game, but rather a classicWhile is does not reach the heights of the first games it is a pleasant throwback. It is not your typical telltale game, but rather a classic adventure game in 3d Expand