Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 2 - The Siege of Spinner Cay
Good Story, very well written, with excellent banter between characters, The graphics are simplebutbeautiful, very easy on the eyes. The music definitely makes you feel like you are a pirate.
Voice acting is still top notch and the puzzles have been improved.
Very funny, you get to interact with Elaine and LeChuck in a whole new light and more islands to explore.
Great humor, As good a game as the first episode
It's Monkey Island, Morgan LeFlay is fun, Easy puzzles.
Controls! I would kill for a better system; just say no to “Click and Drag.”, Sometimes overly complicated or unintuitive puzzles, A bit too hamhanded and cheesy at times.
Replay factor is minimal and you really have to play the first episode to know whats going on.
No insult sword fighting (still) and dialogue leaves much to be desired.
Just three hour long
A bit on the unfunny side, The plot does not thrill, Puzzles are perhaps a bit too easy, The episode is extremely short
By Games Radar on September 14, 2009
Thank goodness, the first one wasn’t a fluke. Telltale’s episodic Monkey Island revamp kicked off on a splendid high, and this second episode is easily up to the first’s satisfying standard. Strong puzzles, funny writing and a...80
By Yet Another Review Site on September 10, 2009
With such a tense ending to the first episode of Telltale's new Tales of Monkey Island game series, I was eagerly anticipating the release of the second episode. Thankfully I've finally managed to calm down a little and it's actually sunk in...80
By NowGamer on September 09, 2009
We’d hoped the new series would be the start of something good, and in this second episode Telltale has delivered the goods in assured and humorous style. If you haven’t jumped aboard for Tales Of Monkey Island now’s the perfect time...80
By GamerWok on September 07, 2009
Pros: Good Story, very well written, with excellent banter between characters, The graphics are simplebutbeautiful, very easy on the eyes. The music definitely makes you feel like you are a pirate,
Cons: Controls! I would kill for a better system; just say no to “Click and Drag.”, Sometimes overly complicated or unintuitive puzzles, A bit too hamhanded and cheesy at times.65
By GamingShogun on September 01, 2009
It’s time again to hit the high seas once again as Telltale Games and LucasArts set us out on the next chapter in the Tales From Monkey Island series. Sit down at the table and have some grog with your fellow pirates with our full review of the...-
By BrightHub on August 30, 2009
The one standout supporting...60
By GameZone on August 28, 2009
A very satisfying and incredibly funny romp through Threepwood’s twisted world of pirating, this chapter definitely outshines its predecessor. Adventure lovers will be...84
By GamerTell on August 26, 2009
The second half of the four-part Monkey Island series is out now (as of August 20, 2009) and poor Guybrush still can’t catch a break.The Siege of Spinner Cay starts with a daring sword fight against the mighty pirate hunter Morgan. (And, no,...97
By Tech2 on August 25, 2009
The second chapter of the Tales of Monkey Island unfolds, as this series revival - one of the few well done 2D to complete 3D transitions - continues where the first chapter left off. Adventure games have pretty much taken a back-seat over the past...-
By Gamers Daily News on August 21, 2009
When the first episode in this series came out, I had to give myself a hasty primer on the Monkey Island setting; important characters and plot points, things long time fans would want to know, and so on. A few hours of research and one episode later,...85