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The Secret of Monkey Island

The Secret of Monkey Island (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Adventure, Graphic
Developer: LucasArts
More Platforms: PC
AKA: Monkey Island: Yourei Kaizoku Daisoudou! (JP)

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The Secret of Monkey Island review

Reviewed June 29, 2005

Sho says: "Let me make this clear from the beginning: The Secret of Monkey Island is a classic point & click adventure chock full of oddball humor and zesty piratey goodness. The Sega CD translation, however, does a fine job of languishing on a dusty shelf. Preferably someone else’s."
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