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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JJledzep
( 7.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 14 mai
One of my favorites now playable as I remember it. Nothing's really changed, just a higher quality artwork and plays very well using a controller. Also enjoying the other Lucasarts SCUMM remasters and cannot wait for the Full Throttle remaster! 10/10
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Decay
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Posté le : 13 mai
Perhaps best adventure game ever made
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Steven
( 9.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 mai
All time classic game with newly created graphics, full voice cast and orchestral soundtrack.
Original game qualities are preserved, you can even switch to classic VGA version with MIDI tunes anytime using F1 key. Absolutely 'must have' game not only for point-and-click / adventure lovers.
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Unknown Drunk ヽ(☉ᴥ☉)ノ
( 11.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 mai
A very nice quest. But play The Secret of Monkey Island before Monkey 2 for the knowledge of the plot, but still Monkey 2 is a much better game.

Plot: Guybrush Threepwood the pirate, has came to Scabb Island to find the treasure "Big Whoop" for money, repect an honor among pirates. But, the evil guy Largo LeGrand (the ruler of Scabb Island) has found a way to return LeChuck to life. Now, if Guybrush won't find "Big Whoop" before LeChuck, the world gonna destroy.

So, Monkey 2 is a nice game. Play him after The Secret of Monkey Island.

Note: Try to search some easter eggs (theres lots of) :)
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sceda23
( 3.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 4 mai
classic for a reason
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lincoln174
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Posté le : 27 avril
Guybrush Threepwood's second adventure is a faithful remake with overall great presentation and witty dialogue.
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Juma
( 6.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 avril
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!!!!!!!!!
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segunnell
( 8.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 24 avril
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.
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TeeJax <3
( 4.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 avril
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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Bronyparty
( 9.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 avril
All i have is to say is fun game and the ending WTF?
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LukaszWaves
( 0.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 14 avril
Game from my childhood, now in a remastered version. wonderfully :-)
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Pramod
( 9.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 avril
Really nice game and lovely story line. Full of fun and brain challenging puzzles. We also get hints if stuck...
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Mean Mr. Mustard
( 11.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 12 avril
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 :(
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lmerckx
( 6.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 avril
Comme Monkey Island Special Edition, très bonne version du jeu original !
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Wedge
( 3.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 1 avril
I want to name my son after Guybrush Threepwood
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Gao Li
( 3.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 mars
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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K Dizzle
( 0.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 mars
Bought game expecting the game.....

Annoying commenteries and bad voice over.. really bad ruined the game thankyou = ]
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rjazz2
( 9.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 mars
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.
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KroeboCop
( 5.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 8 mars
Too many illogical stupid puzzles, very sad because there are many other good things in this game. 4/10
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viad
( 7.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 mars
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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All time classic game with newly created graphics, full voice cast and orchestral soundtrack.
Original game qualities are preserved, you can even switch to classic VGA version with MIDI tunes anytime using F1 key. Absolutely 'must have' game not only for point-and-click / adventure lovers.
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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!!!!!!!!!
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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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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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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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"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: 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 lack of 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 opinion. If you never played the original games like me, and want to have a good time in a company of a very stylish, entertaining 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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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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10/10
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Mon point and click préféré ! Encore plus aboutit au niveaux du premier au niveau graphisme ainsi qu'au niveau durée de vie, il est préférable d'avoir d'abord joué au premier opus pour comprendre certaines blagues.
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Monkey Island 1 et 2, restent pour moi les meilleurs point and click jamais crées (peut être Day of tentacle est capable de le détronner pour moi), tout est super bien dosé et le jeu sais garder une certaine flexibilité au contraire d'un Runaway par exemple (qui est aussi une super série de point and click soit dit en passant).

L'humour fait vraiment très british, on se croirait presque dans un film des Monty Python !

Un jeu qui reste cultisme, à ne manquer sous aucun prétexte, même si vous n'êtes pas fan de point and click.
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J'avais joué à la première version il y a longtemps... C'est réellement un bel hommage et une agréable refonte graphique. L'histoire est identique. Le GamePlay est toutefois plus facile que l'original (les options d'interactions sont plus restreintes et l'ergonomie à la souris est plutôt agréable et intuitif).

Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas c'est un jeu d'aventure sur le thème des pirates mais qui ne se prend pas du tout au sérieux : entres anachronismes, clins d'oeils divers et répliques humoristiques on passe un bon moment.

J'ai mis près de 18 heures pour boucler l'aventure une première fois et je l'ai refaite pour le succès "rapidité" en près de 2 heures... c'est clair quand on connais les solutions cela va très très vite !

C'est un jeu Old School, il n'est donc pas toujours des plus faciles car il y a notamment des objets qui ne servent pas et pour réussir certains passages il faut enchainer plusieurs actions (on pense avoir fini un truc et bien... non... il faut encore trouvé un autre truc). Globalement je l'ai trouvé plus accessible que Monkey Island I.

A conseiller donc pour les nostalgiques (vous pouvez y jouer comme avant avec la touche F1 et il y a des commentaires des développeurs) mais aussi pour ceux qui veullent découvrir cette Licence de jeu d'aventure (je crois qu'il y a une aide ou des astuces intégrés mais je ne saurai vous dire où). Faites également le Monkey Island premier du nom pour comprendre le contexte de l'histoire.

La version Steam est en VOSTF ce qui ne m'a pas trop gêné (les sous titres sont omniprésents donc facilité pour comprendre).
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Perso j'ai moins aimé cet opus que le 1er mais c'est sympa et fait passer le temps. Pour les nostalgique des vieux jeux, le remastering est vraiment bien fait. Je vous recommande ce jeu !
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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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Noël 1992, au pied du sapin, enfin, la suite des aventures de Guybrush Threepwood. Le jeu s'ouvre sur des pirates autour d'un barbecue et le SVGA est superbe - rappelez-vous, on est en 1992.
Le premier volet, je l'avais fait, plusieurs fois, et c'était avec une forte excitation que j'en découvrais la suite. Excitation jamais déçue. Ce jeu est à lui tout seul l'âge d'or du Point'n Clic (bon, d'accord, pas à lui tout seul en fait) de chez Lucas Game. Des dessins somptueux, une intrigue hilarante et bien menée, des énigmes très variées et abordables (avec un mode difficile, qui mérite bien son nom... Le concours de crachat, ♥♥♥♥♥♥ !) et toujours cette musique super entraînante (n'insistez pas, je ne vais pas la chanter dans cette critique).
Guybrush est toujours aussi con, le capitaine est toujours aussi... Waouh !, Lechuck est toujours aussi pathétique, et on retrouve encore quelques autres PNJ qui nous font vraiment nous sentir en terrain connu. 4 actes, une interface sensiblement identiques (un peu moins d'actions, on ne va pas s'en plaindre).
J'ai passé d'excellentes vacances de Noël cette année :)
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Jeu mythique !
A posséder, jouer et rejouer absolument !

Monkey Island 1 et 2 sont pour les 2 meilleurs point&click de tous les temps, rien que çà.
Rempli d'humour, légèrement tiré par les cheveux (ou la barbe, au choix).

Si vous ne connaissez pas encore, vous ne regreterez pas !

20/20, pas moins !
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