WiiWare finally sees Tales of Monkey Island through to its dramatic conclusion, and Alex Kidd takes a trip to Shinobi World, plus golf, cards, puzzles, and a little action RPG, all in this week's Nintendo Download.
Those of you following along with Telltales Games' episodic adventure, Tales of Monkey Island, knew this was coming. The rest of you may want to sit down.
EA takes advantage of the DSi camera in Foto Face; Guybrush Threepwood continues his quest; and more Sudoku, all in this week's expansive installment of the Nintendo Download.
Guybrush Threepwood faces trial and execution in the fourth chapter of the Tales of Monkey Island saga, due out on PC this Friday, October 30th.
Zombies eating neighbors, giant manatees eating pirates, and ghostly mini-games in this week's spooktacular Nintendo Download update.
We're pretty much at the midpoint in Tales of Monkey Island episodes. At the risk of spoilers, let's just say things are looking pretty icky for Guybrush Threepwood.
Telltale Games and LucasArts have teamed up to make this year's Talk Like a Pirate Day (September 19 — same day as Rosh Hashanah) memorable with a free download of Tales of Monkey Island, Episode One.
The solo player reigns supreme in this week's Nintendo Download, with four games perfect for loners of all shapes, sizes, and dispositions.
Telltale's episodic adventure games aren't terribly long, so if you bought it, you should have finished the first episode of Tales of Monkey Island by now. Meaning you're about set to move onto the second episode.
Pirates and musketeers battle card sharks and...Sudoku this week in the once again Virtual Console-less Nintendo download.
Pretty sure that regardless of where you are on this rotating ball of dirt, as you're reading this, it's Monday, July 27. And that means the new Monkey Island will be out on Wii today.
How has Guybrush Threepwood, Mighty Pirate, wronged you? Tell your tale to Telltale and you might hear it in the final chapter of the episodic Tales of Monkey Island.
Take a look at how well Telltale is handling being responsible for the continuation of one of the most beloved adventure game franchises of all time.