El aprendiz de pirata Guybrush Threepwood, y el (ahora) pirata zombi LeChuck regresan en la que ha sido considerada una de las aventuras de LucasArts más grandiosas de todos los tiempos. Monkey Island™ 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge™ recrea con absoluta fidelidad la clásica secuela de Monkey Island™ con todos los detalles de una...
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El aprendiz de pirata Guybrush Threepwood, y el (ahora) pirata zombi LeChuck regresan en la que ha sido considerada una de las aventuras de LucasArts más grandiosas de todos los tiempos. Monkey Island™ 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge™ recrea con absoluta fidelidad la clásica secuela de Monkey Island™ con todos los detalles de una edición especial. Mejorando el gran éxito The Secret of Monkey Island™: Special Edition de todos los modos imaginables, los fans experimentarán unas nuevas características de edición especial únicas y podrán interactuar con el mundo de Monkey Island como nunca antes lo habían hecho.
Después de derrotar al malvado pirata fantasma LeChuck en su primera aventura, Guybrush Threepwood le ha echado el ojo al legendario tesoro de Big Whoop. Pero atención, LeChuck ha regresado convertido en un zombi y busca venganza. Guybrush deberá utilizar su ingenio, su sentido del humor y su inagotable sed de aventuras para derrotar a su archienemigo de una vez por todas y mostrar al mundo que él es el pirata más grande de todo el Caribe. Muñecos vudú, concursos de escupitajos y parques de atracciones son algunos de los desafíos que deberá superar Guybrush mientras se reencuentra con viejos amigos, se enfrenta a nuevos enemigos y utiliza hasta la última gota de su encanto y habilidad para paliar la ira de la venganza de LeChuck.
Juégalo de nuevo por primera vez con las características de la Edición Especial:
  • Gráficos en Alta Definición: Con un nuevo estilo contemporáneo reinventado, dibujado a mano y presentado en alta definición.
  • Voces: Diálogos hablados por los mismos actores que pusieron voz al Monkey Island original, los personajes cobran vida como nunca antes. Está disponible tanto en modo Edición Especial como en modo Clásico.
  • Banda Sonora Renovada: Banda sonora remasterizada y grabada utilizando instrumentos reales.
  • Modos Edición Especial y Clásico: Puedes alternar en tiempo real de forma totalmente fluida entre los modos Edición Especial y Clásico en cualquier momento mientras juegas.
  • Mecánica de Juego Mejorada: Una nueva interfaz y unos controles intuitivos proporcionan una experiencia de juego más interactiva.
  • Sistema de Pistas: Un sistema de ayuda integrado en el juego te echa una mano con los divertidos puzles cada vez que lo necesites.
Características Nuevas:
  • Control Directo: Elige tu forma de jugar: utiliza la clásica interfaz point and click o el nuevo e intuitivo control directo del personaje para una experiencia de juego más interactiva.
  • Resalto de Objetos: Los objetos se pueden resaltar de forma interactiva para localizar más fácilmente los objetos ocultos.
  • Detrás de las Escenas: Un visor de arte dentro del juego permite a los jugadores contemplar bocetos nunca vistos anteriormente tanto de la edición Clásica como de la Especial.
  • Comentarios de los Creadores Originales: Escucha los comentarios de las escenas hechos por Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer y Dave Grossman, que compartirán divertidas anécdotas y la crónica del desarrollo del juego original Monkey Island™ 2: LeChuck's Revenge™.
  • SteamWorks Achievements: Logros increíblemente alucinantes. Sólo los piratas más poderosos podrán coleccionar los tres. Bromeamos, hay mucho más, pero tendrás que ser poderoso para conseguirlo.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP® / Windows Vista®
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium 4 a 3 GHz o AMD Athlon 64 3000+
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM, 512 MB en Vista
    • Disco Duro: 1.8 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: 128 MB compatible con Shader Model 2.0
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX® 9.0c
    • Controlador: Controlador de Xbox 360
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sceda23
( 3.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 4 de mayo
classic for a reason
lincoln174
( 5.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 27 de abril
Guybrush Threepwood's second adventure is a faithful remake with overall great presentation and witty dialogue.
Juma
( 6.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de abril
So: "A woodchuck should chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood, as long as a woodchuck would chuck wood."

Cmon Disney give the rights to Ron we need the other games now!!!!!!!!!
segunnell
( 8.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de abril
The game wasn't bad. I did enjoy it, but the ending made no sense to me what so ever. Monkey Island 2 is a good game, but the first game was better, plus it made more sense.
TeeJax <3
( 4.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de abril
Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge is the second game in the amazing Monkey Island series and probably my favourite point and click to this day

I've never been a huge fan of point and clicks because I prefer more fast paced gameplay but I was begged by a friend to try the Monkey Island series just once because it is his favourite franchise ever. MI2 went above and beyond anything I could have ever expected.

Monkey Island 2 is the second part in the adventures of Guybrush Threepwood who is, to put it politely, a rather rubbish pirate. After defeating LeChuck and 'rescuing' his love interest Elaine, Guybrush is back in search of a new story to tell and decides he will find the legendary Treasure of Big Whoop. But LeChuck has other plans....

Monkey Island 2 Special Edition brings you the original game with some added bonuses such as entirely remastered graphics, fantastic voice acting, new music, a much better and more intuitive interface and an added hint system (which might just be needed for those new to the franchise). There are also various bits of behind the scene commentary and art and for those of you who are like me; ACHIEVEMENTS. It's one of the few games I actually wanted to completed every single achievement as some were pretty amusing. You can choose to play in the remastered edition or the original and can switch between them at any point quickly and easily.

You'll spent your time exploring the Caribbean trying to uncover the mystery of Big Whoop. Along the way you'll meet some new faces and some old ones (used coffins popular these days) all of which have larger than life personalities, classic catchphrases and undefiable logical. You'll find yourself talking to every single person you encounter because you know they'll have something good to say.
You'll be faced with challenges, puzzles, riddles and even the odd untraditional 'sword-fight' (I've heard you are a contemptible sneak). You'll experience the wonders of love (or at least try), make new friends (and many, many more enemies) and finally make your name as the greatest pirate ever (…).

LucasArts were able to create something fantastic with Monkey Island, combining great gameplay, a wonderful story, loveable characters and perfect humor to make a point and click adventure that'll keep you coming back time and time again. It never feels boring and it never gets old, no matter how many times you've heard the jokes, it just brings back that nice warm feeling.


Part of me feels that I missed out on something amazing never getting to play Monkey Island as a child but I am so glad I had a chance to experience it both in it's original glory and remastered. It's a shame LucasArts are no longer around to create games because they created some masterpieces in their life. Monkey Island is one of the best.
Bronyparty
( 9.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 15 de abril
All i have is to say is fun game and the ending WTF?
LukaszWaves
( 0.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 14 de abril
Game from my childhood, now in a remastered version. wonderfully :-)
Pramod
( 9.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de abril
Really nice game and lovely story line. Full of fun and brain challenging puzzles. We also get hints if stuck...
Mean Mr. Mustard
( 11.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de abril
Mean Mr. Mustard's short Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck's Revenge review

1) Essential - buy it NOW
2) Recommended - buy it on sale
3) Avoid

Time to complete – 11 hours
Played multiplayer? N/A
Worth revisiting? Yes, the jokes are still funny after all these years

Best part – More classic point-and-click gameplay interspersed with witty dialogue and hilarious situations
Worst part – The ending is a huge WTF and I didn't like it :(
Wedge
( 3.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de abril
I want to name my son after Guybrush Threepwood
Gao Li
( 3.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de marzo
8/10 Even with nostalgia goggles off, still is an amazing adventure game & remaster

After the occurrences of The Secret of Monkey Island (orig. 1990, remaster 2009), we revisit Guybrush in Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge (Lucas Arts 1991, Special Edition 2010), several years after his defeat of the ghost pirate LeChuck. Now, more mature, as his beard clearly indicates (even though some bartender doesn’t believe him), Guybrush feels unfulfilled as life has been in a rut since LeChuck’s demise. In search of a new adventure, he ventures off to find the buried treasure Big Whoop, in doing so, he accidentally initiates the events that lead to LeChuck’s resurrection.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=649379947

About the Game

Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge was the first PC titles I’ve ever played when my brother borrowed it from one of his friends, and later on became to be the first PC game I’ve ever owned myself. It sparked the fascination for the adventure game genre and I own both the DRM-free retail version of the game, as well as a subscription to this Steam version because of the admiration I have for this title.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=649376899

The story and puzzle designs are far superior to the original. The many side characters have much more of a personality and the pixel art when switching back to the old graphics is just stunning. The Moon Logic has been toned down, so that most things make sense once you think about them. Of course there are sequences like “If this is XX, how much is this?” that bring back uncomfortable memories, but these are minor dents. The new music and voice-over, and audio commentary really add to the experience. The achievements, though a nice addition to the game, were uncreative. Achievements in later remasters, like Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle, felt far more rewarding for players (re)visiting these crazy worlds.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=649379092

Conclusion

If one had to be honest, then one should point out that the game suffers from being too long. The entire game could’ve ended before the Dinky Island segment, instead, even though Dinky Island has a couple of very memorably bits, seems like it's been added to be added. The game’s world is also very vast, in so far that players have to solve puzzles on three different islands simultaneously. This might definitely scare newer players away from the game, especially in this day and age. The only nitpick I personally had though was how Elaine’s face was redesigned in this sequel. She looked much better in the remaster of Monkey 1.
K Dizzle
( 0.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de marzo
Bought game expecting the game.....

Annoying commenteries and bad voice over.. really bad ruined the game thankyou = ]
rjazz2
( 9.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de marzo
A classic. Hard as hell. I knew a guy named LeChuck. He was a nice but he smelled funny. He may have been a serial killer now that I really think about it.
KroeboCop
( 5.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 8 de marzo
Too many illogical stupid puzzles, very sad because there are many other good things in this game. 4/10
viad
( 7.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de marzo
Monkey Island 2 Special Edition is an excellent remake of the outstanding sequel. Much of the remake work is similar to the first game, though there are more improvements around for an even more refined and polished game. The continued story in the sequel holds up well to the first game, and a nicer remake overall does wonders to making the game experience be a pleasure.

Since this game is a direct sequel in terms of story, it is definitely recommended to play the original Secret of Monkey Island first. Gameplay is much the same of point and click adventure games. In Monkey Island 2 SE, there are a few more touches to smoothly play the game. Rather than interacting and having to bring up the entire list of verbs, right clicking brings up all available actions that can be used. This is very useful since some actions can’t be used on some objects, and it helps to see all available actions that can elicit a response from Guybrush. Item interaction is also easier, with the game defaulting to certain actions when using them. These two features are especially useful for scenes requiring some quick actions, which appear more often in MI2. A new hint feature appears in the form of object highlighting. It definitely helps for rooms with many objects, where all the objects in the room are shown by pressing Left Click and Right Click together. Also new is the Direct Control mode, where Guybrush can be controlled directly rather than using click actions. This is definitely useful for controller users who want to sit back on a big TV display. The old Classic mode switching ability is still present, and it also allows players to hear the new voiceovers while using the Classic mode UI. Overall, the same point and click gameplay is in MI2, though things definitely changed up for better navigation and controls to make things more comfortable to use.

The same great redone art style is employed throughout the game like in Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition. Overall, the redone artwork is better in MI2, since the first game did have some stiff and not very refined looking artwork. The backgrounds are a touch more fleshed out and look beautiful, and some of the character animations are smoother too. A select few characters use some 3D animation and move smoothly, perhaps a bit too smoothly from the originals. Still, the overall art quality bump in the sequel is great, with rich environments and distinct characters like the first game, but with even better quality.

Music plays a big role in the Monkey Island games, and this game still does it well with the remade songs. The sequel has some outstanding music work, much like the first game too. With the game’s soundtrack sounding great, it is nice to appreciate some of the subtleties of the music as well. Some of the themes are reused in certain areas and at times the current song slowly fades into another song when the room changes. They are very nice small touches that make playing the game feel great when they happen, and the recorded instrumentation is always a nice touch on the original MIDI compositions.

The story of Monkey Island 2 continues from the first game, focusing mainly on Guybrush Threepwood and LeChuck. I won’t elaborate on the story much since it does draw from the first game a lot, though I will say I noted that this game is slightly darker and more dramatic than the first game. There are the series’ classic funny moments, though there are just some actions the player has to take and some story directions the writers made that makes the tone just slightly different. It’s a solid Monkey Island game though, with great moments and a well-crafted story for those who played the first game.

The remade sequel provides a nice experience, comparably better than the first game in certain parts. Gameplay is mostly the same, though a few additions to make navigating the game smoother are welcome touches to use. The art is still great to look at, and there are some considerable improvements in quality from the previous game. The music is outstanding as ever, with some subtle transitions and arrangements being employed on the soundtrack for a great listen. Monkey Island 2 Special Edition is a remake that stands up to the original game, with well-deserved refinements that make it a blast to play through.
HIMMLER
( 3.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de marzo
lo mejor
Pepe
( 9.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 2 de marzo
"I'm Guybrush Threepwood, mighty fisherman"

The second part of the Monkey Island game. Another adventures of wannabe pirate Guybrush. Againg young pirate (this time with beard) is going to find another trasure. He tells everyone about defeating LeChuck but something is going wrong during game .... LeChuck want revenge!

Again game offers us a lot of locations, even more than in the first part of Monkey Island. New puzzles, but they could be more balanced. Some of them are really hard in the middle of the game and there are some easier puzzles at the end. But there are a lot of them so I feel satisfied. More humor, more irony and more funny situations. It makes this game!

In my opinion graphics looks better than in the 1st part. It looks more natural, colors are well selected. All game is painted really good. Of course some additions with drawings from game. There are also no doubts with animations, well made. Music is awsome as in all game in Monkey Island series.

Game is really worth of money. On sales it is really good deal to buy it with the first part.

Pros:
- interesting as always plot
- really, really well made graphics and sounds
- humor and irony
- funny situations
- Grim Fandango !!!
- a lot of locations and islands

Cons:
- some puzzles are easier at the and of the game, some are harder in the middle of the game, I don't know if it is good idea
3st
( 0.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 2 de marzo
Guybrush looks better in this remake than he did in the remake of MI but I still think they should have added translated voice output.
lyonsja
( 8.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 27 de febrero
Great fun, one of the more light hearted point and click games.
The ending is pretty stupid. Really stupid.
Still I would definitely reccommend it.
BaxenWhale
( 4.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de febrero
This update of the classic sequel seems to be more finely tuned, with a better control scheme for mouse users and a slightly better design for the remastered characters although it's still not great. I encountered a few glitches that skipped a line of dialogue here or there, but nothing gamebreaking. When it comes down to it, your enjoyment of this game depends on if you enjoyed the original. If so, pick it up now.
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Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge is the second game in the amazing Monkey Island series and probably my favourite point and click to this day

I've never been a huge fan of point and clicks because I prefer more fast paced gameplay but I was begged by a friend to try the Monkey Island series just once because it is his favourite franchise ever. MI2 went above and beyond anything I could have ever expected.

Monkey Island 2 is the second part in the adventures of Guybrush Threepwood who is, to put it politely, a rather rubbish pirate. After defeating LeChuck and 'rescuing' his love interest Elaine, Guybrush is back in search of a new story to tell and decides he will find the legendary Treasure of Big Whoop. But LeChuck has other plans....

Monkey Island 2 Special Edition brings you the original game with some added bonuses such as entirely remastered graphics, fantastic voice acting, new music, a much better and more intuitive interface and an added hint system (which might just be needed for those new to the franchise). There are also various bits of behind the scene commentary and art and for those of you who are like me; ACHIEVEMENTS. It's one of the few games I actually wanted to completed every single achievement as some were pretty amusing. You can choose to play in the remastered edition or the original and can switch between them at any point quickly and easily.

You'll spent your time exploring the Caribbean trying to uncover the mystery of Big Whoop. Along the way you'll meet some new faces and some old ones (used coffins popular these days) all of which have larger than life personalities, classic catchphrases and undefiable logical. You'll find yourself talking to every single person you encounter because you know they'll have something good to say.
You'll be faced with challenges, puzzles, riddles and even the odd untraditional 'sword-fight' (I've heard you are a contemptible sneak). You'll experience the wonders of love (or at least try), make new friends (and many, many more enemies) and finally make your name as the greatest pirate ever (…).

LucasArts were able to create something fantastic with Monkey Island, combining great gameplay, a wonderful story, loveable characters and perfect humor to make a point and click adventure that'll keep you coming back time and time again. It never feels boring and it never gets old, no matter how many times you've heard the jokes, it just brings back that nice warm feeling.


Part of me feels that I missed out on something amazing never getting to play Monkey Island as a child but I am so glad I had a chance to experience it both in it's original glory and remastered. It's a shame LucasArts are no longer around to create games because they created some masterpieces in their life. Monkey Island is one of the best.
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8/10 Even with nostalgia goggles off, still is an amazing adventure game & remaster

After the occurrences of The Secret of Monkey Island (orig. 1990, remaster 2009), we revisit Guybrush in Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge (Lucas Arts 1991, Special Edition 2010), several years after his defeat of the ghost pirate LeChuck. Now, more mature, as his beard clearly indicates (even though some bartender doesn’t believe him), Guybrush feels unfulfilled as life has been in a rut since LeChuck’s demise. In search of a new adventure, he ventures off to find the buried treasure Big Whoop, in doing so, he accidentally initiates the events that lead to LeChuck’s resurrection.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=649379947

About the Game

Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge was the first PC titles I’ve ever played when my brother borrowed it from one of his friends, and later on became to be the first PC game I’ve ever owned myself. It sparked the fascination for the adventure game genre and I own both the DRM-free retail version of the game, as well as a subscription to this Steam version because of the admiration I have for this title.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=649376899

The story and puzzle designs are far superior to the original. The many side characters have much more of a personality and the pixel art when switching back to the old graphics is just stunning. The Moon Logic has been toned down, so that most things make sense once you think about them. Of course there are sequences like “If this is XX, how much is this?” that bring back uncomfortable memories, but these are minor dents. The new music and voice-over, and audio commentary really add to the experience. The achievements, though a nice addition to the game, were uncreative. Achievements in later remasters, like Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle, felt far more rewarding for players (re)visiting these crazy worlds.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=649379092

Conclusion

If one had to be honest, then one should point out that the game suffers from being too long. The entire game could’ve ended before the Dinky Island segment, instead, even though Dinky Island has a couple of very memorably bits, seems like it's been added to be added. The game’s world is also very vast, in so far that players have to solve puzzles on three different islands simultaneously. This might definitely scare newer players away from the game, especially in this day and age. The only nitpick I personally had though was how Elaine’s face was redesigned in this sequel. She looked much better in the remaster of Monkey 1.
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"I'm Guybrush Threepwood, mighty fisherman"

The second part of the Monkey Island game. Another adventures of wannabe pirate Guybrush. Againg young pirate (this time with beard) is going to find another trasure. He tells everyone about defeating LeChuck but something is going wrong during game .... LeChuck want revenge!

Again game offers us a lot of locations, even more than in the first part of Monkey Island. New puzzles, but they could be more balanced. Some of them are really hard in the middle of the game and there are some easier puzzles at the end. But there are a lot of them so I feel satisfied. More humor, more irony and more funny situations. It makes this game!

In my opinion graphics looks better than in the 1st part. It looks more natural, colors are well selected. All game is painted really good. Of course some additions with drawings from game. There are also no doubts with animations, well made. Music is awsome as in all game in Monkey Island series.

Game is really worth of money. On sales it is really good deal to buy it with the first part.

Pros:
- interesting as always plot
- really, really well made graphics and sounds
- humor and irony
- funny situations
- Grim Fandango !!!
- a lot of locations and islands

Cons:
- some puzzles are easier at the and of the game, some are harder in the middle of the game, I don't know if it is good idea
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Monkey Island 2 Special Edition is an excellent remake of the outstanding sequel. Much of the remake work is similar to the first game, though there are more improvements around for an even more refined and polished game. The continued story in the sequel holds up well to the first game, and a nicer remake overall does wonders to making the game experience be a pleasure.

Since this game is a direct sequel in terms of story, it is definitely recommended to play the original Secret of Monkey Island first. Gameplay is much the same of point and click adventure games. In Monkey Island 2 SE, there are a few more touches to smoothly play the game. Rather than interacting and having to bring up the entire list of verbs, right clicking brings up all available actions that can be used. This is very useful since some actions can’t be used on some objects, and it helps to see all available actions that can elicit a response from Guybrush. Item interaction is also easier, with the game defaulting to certain actions when using them. These two features are especially useful for scenes requiring some quick actions, which appear more often in MI2. A new hint feature appears in the form of object highlighting. It definitely helps for rooms with many objects, where all the objects in the room are shown by pressing Left Click and Right Click together. Also new is the Direct Control mode, where Guybrush can be controlled directly rather than using click actions. This is definitely useful for controller users who want to sit back on a big TV display. The old Classic mode switching ability is still present, and it also allows players to hear the new voiceovers while using the Classic mode UI. Overall, the same point and click gameplay is in MI2, though things definitely changed up for better navigation and controls to make things more comfortable to use.

The same great redone art style is employed throughout the game like in Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition. Overall, the redone artwork is better in MI2, since the first game did have some stiff and not very refined looking artwork. The backgrounds are a touch more fleshed out and look beautiful, and some of the character animations are smoother too. A select few characters use some 3D animation and move smoothly, perhaps a bit too smoothly from the originals. Still, the overall art quality bump in the sequel is great, with rich environments and distinct characters like the first game, but with even better quality.

Music plays a big role in the Monkey Island games, and this game still does it well with the remade songs. The sequel has some outstanding music work, much like the first game too. With the game’s soundtrack sounding great, it is nice to appreciate some of the subtleties of the music as well. Some of the themes are reused in certain areas and at times the current song slowly fades into another song when the room changes. They are very nice small touches that make playing the game feel great when they happen, and the recorded instrumentation is always a nice touch on the original MIDI compositions.

The story of Monkey Island 2 continues from the first game, focusing mainly on Guybrush Threepwood and LeChuck. I won’t elaborate on the story much since it does draw from the first game a lot, though I will say I noted that this game is slightly darker and more dramatic than the first game. There are the series’ classic funny moments, though there are just some actions the player has to take and some story directions the writers made that makes the tone just slightly different. It’s a solid Monkey Island game though, with great moments and a well-crafted story for those who played the first game.

The remade sequel provides a nice experience, comparably better than the first game in certain parts. Gameplay is mostly the same, though a few additions to make navigating the game smoother are welcome touches to use. The art is still great to look at, and there are some considerable improvements in quality from the previous game. The music is outstanding as ever, with some subtle transitions and arrangements being employed on the soundtrack for a great listen. Monkey Island 2 Special Edition is a remake that stands up to the original game, with well-deserved refinements that make it a blast to play through.
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Excelente aventura gráfica y continuación de la saga. Unas de las mejores que existen y que seguramente entra en el top 5 de las mejores de la historia.
Otro de los clásicos de Lucas Arts, que pudimos disfrutar hace años, remasterizado para nuestro deleite con mejores gráficos, sonido, música y controles.
En este caso corrigieron varias falencias que se encontraban en la remasterización de The Secret of Monkey Island SE.
Buenos gráficos sin ser demasiado cartoon y un poco mas fieles a los originales. Mas detallados y cuidados. Sin embargo todavía se aprecian algunos errores en las animaciones de los personajes. Los controles son similares a los que vimos en Curse of Monkey Island.

Agregaron logros, aunque la versión clásica tampoco dispone de español.
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Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge.

Well what can I possibly say that thousands of others arn't? It's monkey island. This point 'n click can be found in almost any PC Gamers library (even if you arn't really into point 'n clicks). I'm also gonna' do this to you in rhyme so buckle up:

This rendition is a welcome addition to A PC user's ambition to fill their collection with perfection.
The art is sublime, the music on time (though I much prefer MT-32)
No crime this time, all voice actors from 3 which filled this gamer with glee (also cam clarke was welcome too!)
A new interface put the old in its place (though screw you I still prefer SCUMM)
And switching modes between the old grime with the new sheen? Though seen a few times before, KIND OF mad my jaw hit the floor.

Point n Clicks are far from dead, give them a try, feed your head
Ignore the F£$"s who say its wrong, these people have trouble with pong
Try Monkey Island for yourself, a great addition to your online shelf............ANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNND THHHEE---------
Rib bone's connected to the, arm bone!
the arm bone's connected to the, head bone!
the head bone's connected to the, leg bone!
Wah-wah, wah-wah wah-wah-waaaaaah,
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IT'S 2015!

don't waste time reading this and go play this masterpiece already, what have you been doing the last 20 years?
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I heard about the series when I was young, but never had chance to play the game due to lacking PC at the time. Later, I wasn't keen on jumping to a pretty old game I was never invested in. Then the remakes came out.

What you need to know is that I laughed. A lot. For a game being this old, to make someone else laugh so many years later is quite an achievement in my oppinion. If you never played the original games like me, and want to have a good time in a company of a very stilish, fun and funny story, then please, don't miss out.
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One of the best game I every played ! I'm very fond of point and clicks and I LOVE puzzles !!
I'm french so some of the jokes I didn't get (like the monkey wrench) or sometimes some things can be annoying like in the Phat's library the books name don't match the letter of the drawer so you have to search the english one. Even in the french version.
But mostly it's easy to sort it out ! I really loved it ! It's a must play !
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Great game
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A Classic. A legendary adventure, now remastered and on Steam! Go get it!
Play it once for the fun puzzles and iconic dialogues of this Lucas Arts Masterpiece.

Then play it again for the Steam Achievements.
I had played this in the 90s and am now quite happy that yet another perfect game nicens up my profile. To get a 100% of achievements, I can highly recomment this guide.
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One of the games I played a lot as a kid - of course not in the special edition version. Good story and soundtrack.
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Monkey Island 2 pertenece al selecto club de juegos que no necesitan, o no deberian necesitar, presentacion alguna.

Mas alla de generos, tendencias o modas... Guybrush Threepwood, el capitan LeChuck, y los trabalenguas absurdos de piratas forman parte de la indeleble historia de los videojugos.

Si con el primer Monkey Island, Ron Gilbert y Tim Schafer nos dieron una aventura grandiosa e inolvidable es con esta segunda parte cuando consiguen la curvatura perfecta del circulo, la excelencia y la inmortalidad de sus protagonistas.

Socarrona, mordaz, divertida, dificil... Monkey Island 2 es como aquellas buenas peliculas Disney de nuestra infancia, que por mucho que la veas, o la juegues en este caso, sigue despertando las mismas sensaciones, los mismos ecos, que la primera vez que la disfrutamos.

La aventura es genial, dificil a ratos, loca en ocasiones pero sobre todo, muy muy divertida. Nunca lo absurdo fue tan divertido y nunca los monos palanca fueron tan utiles.

Aventura grafica imprescindible e imperecedera para todo aventurero que se precie y de obligatoria rejugabilidad cada pocos años.

Si a estas altura todavia no sabes que es el Big Whoop deberias plantearte que estas haciendo con tu vida, aventurero.


9/10
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Es curioso como un olor puede traerte a la memoria instantaneamente una serie de recuerdos (agradables o no :P)...

Pues algo así me sucede con la saga Monkey Island y en general con la mayoria de aventuras graficas de LucasArts de los años 80-90 ya que jugarlas me "teletransporta" automáticamente a mi feliz infancia y adolescencia.

Concretamente Monkey Island 2 fue la primera aventura gráfica a la que jugué (fue un regalo de navidad de mis padres) y me enganchó tanto que al año siguiente me pedí como juego el Monkey Island 1 y luego vino Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis, Day of the Tentacle, etc.

A nivel gráfico a pesar de los buenos graficos del juego original (teniendo en cuenta la época), es evidente que tenía bastantes limitaciones y eso hacía que muchos objetos, lugares o personajes apenas quedaran definidos obligando a tu imaginación a hacer el resto... Pero ahora, gracias a la versión remasterizada, resulta muy curioso volver a recorrer todos esos lugares, ver todos esos objetos o reencontrarse con los clasicos personajes y poder ver como eran realmente

En el apartado sonoro el juego original utilizaba el "pc speaker" del ordenador (salvo los afortunados que tuvieran tarjeta de sonido), no obstante la banda sonora del juego era realmente pegadiza! Lógicamente en esta versión remasterizada se ha remasterizado tambien este apartado con sonido de alta calidad que ayudan a crear una atmósfera mucho más envolvente. Y además existe la opción de poder escuchar la voz en off de los creadores del juego comentando diversas escenas con el making off.

De todos modos quizás lo más destacado de este apartado sonoro es la inclusión de voces (en inglés) a los distintos personajes lo cual hace extraño el jugar a quienes estabamos acostumbrados a imaginar las voces mediante la lectura de dialogos. Yo personalmente esperaba que se incluyera las voces en castellano usando los mismos actores de doblaje que en Monkey Island 3, pero me temo que tendremos que conformarnos con la versión inglesa. Este quizás sea el único aspecto negativo del juego para mí y en realidad tampoco es muy negativo.

Finalmente respecto a la remasterización se agradece la opción de cambiar de la versión remasterizada a la clásica simplemente pulsando un botón, aunque hay que tener en cuenta que entonces los textos aparecerán solo en inglés (curioso teniendo en cuenta que el juego original se publico en castellano en españa). En cualquier caso es algo que resulta muy simpático para los que sentimos curiosidad por analizar los detalles o por si te apetece pasártelo al estilo clásico como si estuvieras con tu PC286 una tarde de navidad de 1992 :)

Respecto a la remasterización poco más a comentar... Monkey Island 2 es para mí el mejor juego de toda la saga, por sus toques de humor entre lo irónico, absurdo y surrealista, por los buenos gráficos que tenia (para la época), por su pegadiza banda sonora... Pero por supuesto por la magia de sus disparatados personajes con los que entablar divertidos dialogos, los misteriosos lugares que puedes recorrer (sobretodo en comparación con Monkey Island 1), la cantidad de puzles algunos de los cuales me llegaron a tener desesperado por bastante tiempo hasta que lograba resolverlos gracias a alguna guia o al libro de pistas... Y qué decir de su enigmático final con tantas preguntas por resolver... :)

En definitiva, este es de esos juegos que para mí tiene un toque de "magia" que me atrapó en su día y que me ha convertido en fan incondicional no solo de la saga Monkey Island si no de la mayoría de aventuras graficas de Lucas Arts.

Así que lo recomiendo 100%... :)
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Si quieres recordar viejos tiempo, juega a esta edición especial. Todo lo que tenían los antiguos juegos pero con mejoras substanciales en gráficos y sonido, aunque no se pierde la nostalgia del MIDI.
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La saga Monkey Island es, sin lugar a dudas, una aventura grafica mitica y legendaria que ha estado y siempre estara en lo mas alto del genero. Por añoranza, prefiero la original, pero la Edicion Especial creo que merece la pena.
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Clásico de clásico en aventuras gráficas. Esta versión renovada es tan exquisita como la original.
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No hay mucho que decir del juego, es un clasico que lleva años en el olimpo de las aventuras graficas.

Respecto al remake decir que esta muy logrado, y que la opcion de cambiar al vuelo entre los graficos viejos y los nuevos es un detalle muy curioso.

Merece la pena si ya te has pasado el juego? Objetivamente no, al fin y al cabo el juego sigue siendo el mismo pero con mejores graficos. No obstante, el valor nostalgico de este remake es altisimo asi que... si eres como yo y sencillamente quieres TENER el juego, no te cortes porque no puedes equivocarte xD
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POM™ + voces + guiños actualizados + pixeleado opcional + comentarios de los creadores = no hay que desig nada mags

Comprarlo, ♥♥♥♥♥es.
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