L'apprenti pirate Guybrush Threepwood, le pirate zombie LeChuck, sont de retour dans ce qui est considéré comme la plus grande aventure des studios LucasArts de tous les temps. Monkey Island™ 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge™ revisite le classique Monkey Island™ dans une édition spéciale et étend le célèbre The Secret of Monkey...
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L'apprenti pirate Guybrush Threepwood, le pirate zombie LeChuck, sont de retour dans ce qui est considéré comme la plus grande aventure des studios LucasArts de tous les temps. Monkey Island™ 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge™ revisite le classique Monkey Island™ dans une édition spéciale et étend le célèbre The Secret of Monkey Island™: Special Edition dans tous les sens du terme. Les fans vont ainsi faire l'expérience de l'univers de Monkey Island comme jamais auparavant.

Après avoir vaincu haut la main le pirate LeChuck dans la première aventure, Guybrush Threepwood convoite le fameux trésor de Big Whoop. C'était sans compter sur le retour de LeChuck qui est a présent zombifié. Guybrush devra utiliser ruse, humour et courage pour parvenir à vaincre son ennemi héréditaire qui veut l'écraser et ainsi prouver qu'il est le pirate le plus respecté des Caraïbes.

Jouez pour la première fois à cette édition qui comprend:
  • Graphismes haute-définition : Un tout nouveau style contemporain en haute-définition.
  • Nouvel audio : Réarrangement des voix du titre original Monkey Island maintenant disponible dans l'édition spéciale et les modes classiques.
  • Nouvelle instrumentalisation : Réorchestration de la musique avec instruments réels.
  • Édition spéciale et modes classiques : Vous pourrez ainsi passer de l'édition spéciale aux modes classiques directement à n'importe quel point du jeu.
  • Jouabilité améliorée : Nouvelle interface interactive pour une meilleur expérience en cours de jeu.
  • Système d'indices : Pour garder le fun de l'aventure.
Nouveau contenu :
  • Contrôle direct : Choisissez votre jeu : pointez-cliquez ou utiliser la nouvelle interface pour un autre expérience de jeu.
  • Surbrillance des objets : Interaction avec les objets plus rapide pour progresser dans l'aventure.
  • Coulisses : Un visionneur spécifique permet d'accéder à des artworks extraordinaires.
  • Commentaires des développeurs : Ecouter Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer et Dave Grossman comme si vous y étiez. Ils partagent les petites histoires du développement du jeu original Monkey Island™ 2: LeChuck's Revenge™.
  • Succès SteamWorks : Seuls les meilleurs pirates pourront collectionner les trois. Sans blagues.

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP® ou Windows Vista®
    • Processeur : Intel Pentium 4 3GHz ou AMD Athlon 64 3000+
    • Mémoire vive : 256 Mo de RAM, 512 Mo pour Vista
    • Disque dur Space: 1.8 Go d'espace disque
    • Carte graphique : 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo compatible Shader Model 2.0
    • Carte son : Compatible DirectX® 9.0c
    • Contrôleur Support: Contrôleur Xbox 360
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
10.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 11 novembre 2014
Monkey Island 2 Special Edition trouve quelques améliorations dans son remake. Les touches à la souris sont mieux pensées, de souvenir, des touches claviers était nécessaires dans le remake du premier opus. Le 2ème se permet de s'en affranchir, même s'il est toujours possible d'utiliser le clavier.

L'histoire est agréable, LeChuck revient parmis les morts (encore) pour se venger de ce Guybrush Treepwood, étonnemment pirate. La durée est plus longue que le précédent opus. Toujours des anachronismes pour notre plus grand plaisir. Et, je dois l'avouer, c'est en jouant a Monkey Island 2 que j'ai été frappé par la ressemblance de certains éléments avec Pirates des Caraibes. Les commentaires des développeurs disponibles dans le jeu le confirmeront par ailleurs (bien qu'en l'occurrence, eux, parle de l'attraction et non du film).

Il ne faut pas oublier, que jouer à Monkey Island, c'est accepter une part d'absurde, de WTF comme on pourrait le dire. Certaines énigmes se résolvent de façon très improbable, sans rentrer dans les détails, vous serez étonné de l'utilité du singe que vous croiserez au début de votre aventure dans le bar !
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5.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 novembre 2014
Glorious Pirate Adventure with zombie ghost's underwear, dancing skeletons, spitting, sailing, cursing and saying "did you get fat?" to the woman of your dreams. And three jokers inside. Worth it.
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Posté le : 15 octobre 2014
Lovable characters, hilarious dialogue and wacky puzzles all return here and make for another Monkey Island more than worth your time and money. The cherry on top is the very interesting commentary from the most important guys involved with the game's development (Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer, and Dave Grossman).

Not as good as the original Monkey Island, but an excellent game none the less.
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Posté le : 7 janvier
It's a LucasArts game from their adventure game era of the 90s. Enough said. This Special Edition of Monkey Island 2 is perfectly done and recreated exactly as the original is and was. You get to hit a key to go from the original to the special edition if you like and the best part is that it switches on the fly with a cool transition. They really did not change a thing other than the added voice overs and the graphical upgrade. And the graphical upgrade is absolutely beautiful in its own Monkey Island cartoony way. This game, the original at least, is an absolute classic. Unlike Sierra games, their competitors at the time, you don't have the ability to die or get stuck in a LucasArts game. This gets rid of the frustation that these other games may have created. However, this doesn't mean that puzzles are difficult at times, because they are. One of the best parts of the game is the humor, so be prepared to laugh when you are swordfighting with insults.
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Posté le : 3 août 2014
I would recommend this game simply for the classic mode. It's hard to find any of the Monkey Island games legally, so to have the first 2 on Steam is the closest you might get. I say the classic mode because personally, I was not fond of the remastered graphics and voice acting.

The graphics felt too cartoon-ish to me as opposed to the semi-realistic details in the original. Characters also had details added to them that were probably not strived for in the originals, it would have been nice if the original developers were in charge of the design.

The voice acting feels badly-done and lazy, I feel like none of the voices match the characters (along with their re-designs not matching the originals).

However, this is only my opinion. Whether or not the updated audiovisuals appeal to you, the original classic is enough to make the $10 worth it.
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Posté le : 20 novembre 2014
Wow. This game is MUCH better than Monkey Island 1 in every aspect. The story is longer, the artwork is better, the music is better, and they fixed the most annoying thing in Monkey Island 1: the action selection for items. It is so much easier to look, pick up, push, talk, etc on objects now than in the first game. If it wasn't for the fact that this game's story ties to the first one, I'd recommend skipping the first game and just buy this one, but playing the first game gives some context for this one. It even comes with some insightful audio commentary from the designers while you play the game. I think it's hard to make a comedy adventure puzzle game because you want to work jokes into a puzzle that many times causes the puzzle to not be solved logically which makes it incredibly frustrating to the player to figure out. Thank God for walkthroughs.

Pros:
+ Great artwork
+ Great music
+ Great voice acting
+ The audio commentary was nice
+ Great improvement on action selection on objects

Cons:
- Some puzzles felt quite random/silly making it hard to figure out logically
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Posté le : 20 octobre 2014
In my opinion one of the most underrated game, if not the most. The fun point and click gameplay mixed with the interesting puzzles and the cheeky humor make this one of my favorite games. This and the first monkey island are definitely worth 20 dollars
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Posté le : 10 octobre 2014
Classic LucasArts adventure.Totally worth your money if your are into it but beginners might find it confusing.
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15.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 4 janvier
Much like The Secret of Monkey Island. This is a faithful remake of a classical game. On top of the features such as voice acting - classic to modern swapping - and improved music that the original had. This also features an option narration by the creators of the series. I found the narration to be distracting and often would interfere outright with what would happen in the game making playing the game and enjoying the commentaries and either or choice. If you enjoy adventure games and never played this one you would do yourself a favor of picking it up. If you have played it before you would probably want to secure a permanent place for it in your steam library. And whichever the case supporting the remaking of old time classics when it is done with this level of skill and tact can only benefit the gaming community as more games get remade. You do not need to have played the original game to enjoy this one and in terms of hours of content for money this is probably the better option if you had to make a choice.
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Posté le : 15 janvier
This game is a TOP 10 on my games list!

Let me tell you why. First: One of the most enjoyable characters to play as (Guybrush Threepwood). Second: The puzzles are amazing in this game. Without giving too much away, what made the game fun was the fact that you had to move from island to island using things from each to solve puzzles on other islands. Third: Outstanding music! Love pretty much every toon in this game. There is only one part of the game (has to do with the storyline, but the story in general is a good one) that I didn't particularly like from the whole game. That is a pretty impressive feat! I give the game a 9.5/10

If you don't take my word for how amazing this is, then look at some of these reviews.

http://www.adventuregamers.com/articles/view/18643/page20 (Ranked #8 on adventure games of all-time)
http://www.pcgamer.com/monkey-island-2-special-edition-review/ (90/100)
http://www.ign.com/articles/2010/07/08/monkey-island-2-special-edition-lechucks-revenge-review (8.9/10)

You might be saying to yourself that the graphics are awful because the game was made back in 1991 or that you hate the new graphics because you liked the old school version. Luckily fans of both can play both by hitting F1. Also this Special Edition is a real treat as voice acting is provided for the new and old school art depending on which one you would like to play. The clunky controls that the first Special Edition had are gone with new and improved ones in their place. So don the adventurer's cap and become "Guybrush Threepwood, mighty pirate!"

Check out my other point and click adventure reviews on my page!
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5.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 20 septembre 2014
The 2nd game in the series and in my opinion a much funnier and better game than the first. Also, they've managed to get a bigger budget and better artists for the special edition, the art is much better than the first.

Nostalgia is obviously a huge factor for me, I've switched back and forth a number of time between the original and updated version, I enjoyed the game as much as I did back then, because of it's humor but I understand that these games were designed to sell Walkthroughs back in the 90s when people didn't have access to the internet and bbs systems were a niche thing.

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Posté le : 7 septembre 2014
It's a shame Lucas didn't opt for a more sensitive treatment of originals' wonderful backgrounds and character design. Soulless outsourcing did not manage to destroy the wonderful game underneath though. And the new voiceovers + music are great.
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Posté le : 20 novembre 2014
Yes.
This is what The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition should have been. We all know that Monkey Island and MI2 are classic great games for the fun humor and story, but this update actually improves gameplay. In the first Monkey Island Special Edition, I was constantly switching to Classic Mode because I found the controls easier to use than the clunky update. MI2's interface makes the gameplay much more fluid with the "right-click and dial" feature.

Other positives: beautiful artwork, enjoyable voicework, audio commentary, can switch into Classic Mode (if needed).
Absolutely worth it, even if you played it way-back-when.
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Posté le : 11 octobre 2014
If you take into account the same old difficult puzzles, the weird funny dialogues, and the new graphics and dubbing, together with the in-game developers' comments, the special edition of LeChuck's Revenge is probably the best chapter ever of the Monkey Island series.
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Posté le : 14 novembre 2014
If you like point and click games, you will love this. Good graphics, catchy music and fun puzzles, will entertain you for some hours. A must for adventure players. This is the sequel of the first game "The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition ".
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Posté le : 12 décembre 2014
What can I say...a game from my childhood days, now in high def...with the choice of having good "old school" graphics.

So much stuff has been written on this series already....so by now y should already know it's awesome.

There is wit, fun, puzzles and a grand story.

I just hope telltale games will at one point be able to revamp part 3 and beyond.

This will have you laughing in no time.
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Posté le : 18 décembre 2014
Stan's baaaaack!

You can tell this edition was made with a much larger budget, more refined tools, and a lot of lessons learned from the haphazard first game's remake. It's now a pleasure to play the game and listen to the banter, at least until you hit those infuriating puzzles, instead of a chore of fighting the interface and being let down by speech delays. The beginning of the game in particular is a must-play, chock full of hilarious banter. I wasn't as amused by Guybrush's total amoral sociopathy as his bumbling cluelessness in the first game, but the supporting cast definitely made up for it, especially once Stan shows back up into your life. I just wish he had another cameo near the end!

The puzzles this time around do reflect that increased sociopathy; this is not a game made for the faint of heart, and being stuck is a regular occasion, especially since it's such a huge world with so many locations available and so many items in your possession later on. In the end, occasionally hitting the walkthrough kept me from rage-quitting a few times, and some of the answers really made me question the devs' sanity.

But it's all part of the package, and what a package it is. Do yourself a favor and snap this up, even if you've played the original through already!
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Posté le : 19 décembre 2014
There are characters and moments in this game that you'll remember for life because there is so much charm applied to everything. Cute jokes and funny situations galore. Monkey Island 2 and similar puzzle games of its genre requires patience though. It can be very frustrating when you're stuck but when you solve them on your own, you feel like such a boss.
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Posté le : 18 janvier
The Sepcial Edition of Monkey Island 2 is a blast. the graphics, music and voice acting are superb, making true veterans cry in joy.

This game and it's predecessor are simply fantastic and can be enjoyed regardless of what age the player is. No matter if you are a veteran playing the 1992 original or a new player who heard of the legendary Monkey Island, you'll enjoy your pirate trip through the Carribean.
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5.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 21 septembre 2014
I played the original Monkey Island 2 long ago, and loved it then. This remake gave me an excuse to play it again, and it's just as good as back then.

Gameplay-wise, it's standard fare for SCUMM engine games: you talk to people, combine stuff with other stuff, give stuff to people, and use all that to solve puzzles. The puzzles could be very head-scratching (especially a particular one towards the end of the game), but for the most part, it was manageable. Being a game focused on humor, some puzzle solutions were absolutely hilarious, once you figured them out. Compared to the original, they really didn't change too much in terms of gameplay, other than changing up the UI a bit so that it's a bit closer to Curse of Monkey Island. What I mean by this is that you have to open up an inventory screen, instead of having it present all the time on the bottom pane, and you click and hold the right mouse button over an object to get a list of options to do with it, instead of having those options always present in the bottom pane like old SCUMM games. It wasn't anything big, but I think it streamlined the gameplay a bit, not forcing you to scroll to the bottom of the screen all the time for actions, though it was annoying to switch to an inventory screen to use items all the time, especially for time-critical puzzles.

As expected, the music was redone from its original MIDI format. This works well in some places, but what made the music in orignial Monkey Island 2 really special was the seamless transitions of songs with the iMuse engine. They replicate the transitions here, but I felt that, beyond a couple of tracks (like Woodtick), the transitions in some songs as you went from one area to another in a location are a bit forced, compared to the original. This is a side effect of having pre-recorded songs play, instead of having MIDI play and change instruments/notes dynamically, but that's my only gripe.

New from this remake from the original is the voice-acting, which I felt really added to my experience, and really made it worthwhile to play the game again, after going through the orignal so many times before. As with the Secret of Monkey Island remake, you have several of the Curse of Monkey Island cast reprising their roles for recurring characters, like Dominic Armato for Guybrush and Earl Boen as LeChuck, and as always, they do a superb job. Some scenes in the game were actually a lot funnier when delivered with actual voice-acting this time.

Also expected from this remake was the overhauled graphics, which made things less pixelated, and added some frames of animations in some areas. However, despite that last bit about added animation frames, the game mostly uses the same number of animation frames as the original, which look really weird with the updated visuals. If you have ever played Street Fighter II: HD Remix, it's a similar to that, where graphics are now HD and more detailed, but the number of frames is the same as the original. It's a bit off-putting, but not too big of a deal. Walking animations for Guybrush and LeChuck have far more frames than the original, though, which looks really nice, but it's just kind of weird to have that where everything else pretty much has the same number of frames as the original game. In fact, in some places in the remake, there are less frames of animation, like with Rapp Scallion's resurrection, which was very well-animated in the original, but was choppy in the remake. I'm unsure why this is, but it bothered me why they did that.

Story-wise, this game is nothing that amazing: you're Guybrush Threepwood, a sort of loser pirate that defeated LeChuck last game, but still doesn't get any respect, so you are looking for the famous treasure, Big Whoop. The game relies mostly on humor to keep your attention, and in that regard, it does its job very well. I sometimes just replay parts of the game to go through all dialogue options, as they all typically have very interesting outcomes.

The game also includes the original version in it, which you could switch to at any time, like in Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition. It's a nice feature for those who want to play the game in its original form.

I'd say this is a definite pick-up for any graphic adventure enthusiast, and especially for fans of the Monkey Island series or LucasArts adventure games.
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