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Grim Fandango Remastered Something is rotten in the land of the Dead, and you are being played for a sucker. Please meet Manny Calavera, travel agent at the Department of Death. He sells luxury packages to souls on their 4-year trip to eternal rest. But there is trouble in paradise. Help Manny untangle himself from a conspiracy that threatens his very salvation. [Double Fine]
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
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Downloads 3533
Genre Adventure, 3D, Third-Person, Fantasy
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Double Fine Productions / Double Fine Productions
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Grim Fandango Remastered reviews ( 7 )

Midnitelouie, Jan 28, 2015

Nostalgia aside, this is still one of the best adventure games ever created. However, I've noticed two differing styles of understanding this... 1.) Those who expect a very logical, concise set of puzzles, with a nice wrapping of a story around it. 2.) Those who want to explore the nuances of the game. The style. The ambiance. The way that the game is structured. The "reading between the lines" of the morals, and themes of the story itself... If you're in category #1? Avoid this game at all costs. The game is about the sum of the parts being greater than an equal to the whole. (Much in the same way that Animal Farm is much more than just a story about talking animals running amok...) Some of the puzzles are just...odd. They don't seem to make 100% logical sense, and the game certainly isn't going to highlight the puzzle piece with a glowing exclamation point, or halo to let you know what you've missed. But...if you're in the second category, and you haven't played this yet? Then why, oh why, in the name of all things holy or not, are you even bothering to read this review? Get on your favorite platform, and get this ASAP. You'll be rewarded with the texture, style, and nuance of a finely crafted masterpiece. Playing Grim Fandango isn't about the jaw dropping graphics, or the smooth textures, or the latest in whiz-bang technology. (Which is what a lot of people who aren't steeped in the adventure genre don't quite get...) This game is about the Land of the Dead. It's about Manny Calavera. It's about the questions that plague everyone regarding life...death...and beyond.

tinaxius9, Feb 12, 2015

A real blast from the past. Old enough to remember playing the original, luckily my memory is bad enough that I could enjoy it all over again this time around. This is a real fun game.

Tubey, Jan 28, 2015

Yes, it's more of a rejig than a remaster, but that's all that needed doing here. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is very apt here. The rough edges have been sharpened, and a masterpiece has been left as it is. Grim Fandango is, quite simply, one of the greatest video games ever made. I could go into the story of Manny, the Day of the Dead motif expertly blended with film noir that flows through the title, the beautiful art direction overall and the illogical logic of the well crafted puzzles, but it would simply be gushing praise that isn't required. Put simply, it's almost the perfect game in every area you care to examine. I've seen some moaning that there's no auto-save, or hint system for the puzzles - those people are severely missing the point of the title, as you'd quite frankly ruin the game if those features existed. So well done to Double Fine if they realised that this classic needed to be largely untouched, and simply released to be made easily available to those who missed out on it first time round. It's possible they just got lazy and did the bare bones and got lucky, but even if that is the case I'm glad they did. For the price, you won't get better value for money in 2015. One word of warning for the Call of Duty generation - you can't press F to win here, so prepare to have to use your brain a bit; but be prepared to be richly rewarded if you do.

Vinor34, Jun 14, 2016

This game I dipped for 10 hours in a great noir adventure. I do not like quests, so all the gameplay by me. The story, the characters and dialogues, that's what makes this game so cool. Long time no film and no game could not give such a film noir atmosphere.

kwrona, Jan 28, 2015

The original game was a masterpiece! The plot, the themes, and overall feeling of it was superb. But that was in 1998! The remaster hardly remastered anything at all. The backgrounds are still prerendered, propably in higher resolution. So are the cutscenes. It looks even morse now with the crisp colourful 3d models standing out of the scenery. Textures are still with minimalistic details. I expected more, and am disappointed. But overall - the game is brilliant, but remaster is more of a re-packaging of the same thing.

rodericrinehart, Feb 7, 2015

The game is not as great as I remembered. I much prefer new adventure games like all the Telltale games and the new Life Is Strange game. My daughter and I have been slogging through Grim Fandango, but the puzzles are illogical and weird, and frankly, not nearly as fun as I thought they would be. A lot of progress has been made in the adventure genre, and the majority of players (though certainly not all) will not find as much enjoyment in this decidedly old-school game.

uchxo, Mar 11, 2015

I have seen fan made graphics overhalls that are better and more modern than this cash grab 'remaster'. Don't trust anything from Tim Schafer after Broken Age and Spacebase DF9.