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You've likely got no shortage of clever adventure games to work your way through at the moment, so we almost feel bad throwing another one atop your to-play pile -- the fourth and final chapter of Telltale's Wallace and Gromit's Grand Adventures will arrive on PCs tomorrow. Titled The Bogey Man, t...

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July 28, 2009 at 10:30PM

This week on XBLA, we've got a new puzzle game and the first in an episodic point-and-click adventure series. First up is Yosumin Live, the Japanese mobile phone game turned XBLA puzzler. Next is Wallace & Gromit in Fright of the Bumblebees from TellTale Games, creators of Sam & Max and the...

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Major Nelson was authorized to break with tradition (due to the Memorial Day weekend) and has revealed next week's XBLA titles early. The arcade will finally be graced by Telltale's adventure title Wallace & Gromit, along with Yosumin Live and Boggle for Hasbro Family Game Night. All the title...

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Telltale continues to nail episodic gaming where others fail, releasing the second episode of its third series, and on time no less. Wallace and Gromit in The Last Resort is available now for those of you who purchased the complete $34.99 series. Because we reviewed the last one, we likely won't t...

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I'd imagine that most people go into Wallace and Gromit's Grand Adventures: Fright of the Bumble Bees knowing what they're going to get. If you're the sort that's going to buy into Telltale's newest episodic project then you're probably at least aware of the basic mouse-driven adventure mechanics ...

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Our average-sized friends at BigDownload have gotten their mitts on something better than Wensleydale and crackers: the PC demo for Telltale Game's forthcoming Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures. Specifically, it's a short taste of the first of four planned monthly episodes, Fright of the Bum...

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Telltale Games has stepped forth and dropped the knowledge. Said knowledge is a March 24 release date for the PC version of its upcoming episodic series Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures. If that sounds like too long to wait, know that a demo of the game will arrive on March 16 exclusively o...

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We were treated -- that's the appropriate word -- to a brief sneak peek at Telltale Games' upcoming episodic adventure series, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, this past weekend at San Francisco's Wonder-Con. Although early, the taste of things to come was promising enough to get us as ex...

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[Update: A winner is you, Steveorsz. A winner is you. Thanks for all the entries everyone.] The most challenging part of being a blogger isn't the frequent trips to the sweatpants store or having to keep a Cheetoh dust rag on hand at all times. No, the biggest hurdle is firing up Comic Life and ad...

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We're quite happy Eurogamer suggested that Telltale's latest episodic adventure game, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, could be headed to Wii, because we wouldn't have been able to post about it otherwise, and we're totally excited about it! They seem very confident, even putting a Wii ico...

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TellTale, purveyors of all things pointy and clicky, were kind enough to have a natter with us on the PAX show floor. Designer, Mark Darin, and PR Manager, Emily Morgant, chat to us regarding developing for the Wii, how deals for the Sam and Max, Homestar Runner and Wallace and Gromit franchises c...

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Not content with merely developing one episodic game series featuring a charming dog, Telltale Games has revealed a new game starring Aardman Animation's eccentric duo, Wallace & Gromit. In Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, players will be able to control both the absentminded inventor ...

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Rejoice UK readers -- there's more overpriced easily accessible video programming available on our delectable iTunes Store: Wallace and Gromit (which I'll confess to buying right now - a poor show of form, given my loathing of iTunes' DRM love-in) and a whole plethora of Warner Bros content consisti...

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