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HUGE LucasArts fan - bought it blindly. 30 28.85%
I asked for more information from Curse of Monkey Island. 11 10.58%
Web/Magazine Review. 22 21.15%
Magazine advertisement. 7 6.73%
Saw it on the shelves... It looked good... So I bought it... That's all. 17 16.35%
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Old 08-23-2003, 04:37 PM   #41
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My brother bought the game about two years ago, but I didn't even try it. I thought the skeletons looked really crappy and didn't want to know more. My brother can't speak English (if he doesn't improve his studying I doubt he ever will...) so he got stuck in the work order puzzle and forgot about the whole game.

Later when we bought a new computer most of the games that we both liked either didn't work or we had forgotten the annoying codes, so the only game we could still play was Grim Fandango. With nothing better to do I tried to play it too and tadaa, I was hooked.

I am a materialist so even though I could play the game whenever I wanted it wasn't enough - I had to own it. So, this very day I bought my brother's copy of Grim Fandango with 15€! Yay!
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Old 08-19-2005, 01:21 PM   #42
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mine came free with monkey island


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Old 08-20-2005, 09:29 AM   #43
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No one thing made me buy it, it was a gradual process starting with the "ad" in Curse of Monkey Island, then the magazine ads, then the demo, and finally I saw it in the store and just felt like buying a game that day. Turns out it's the best game I have ever played .
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Old 08-21-2005, 03:31 PM   #44
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I played the demo round a mates house, and thought it was cool, I liked the idea not being able to get shot or die like in other games lol, I looked at reviews on the web, and decided to buy it, The End, that was about this time last year, wow!

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Old 08-22-2005, 02:32 AM   #45
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I found it out by watching my sister play when i was just a young lad and then I remembered a lot of the parts she did so I played not caring about the story line or anything like that I just played. Then I stopped playing. 6 years later, I was looking for some some games to install (I was soooo BORED!) then I came across Grim Fandango and looked back all those 6 years and decided to play it. When I tried to install it I didn't have enough disk space (Uh-Oh looks like I have to uninstall Counter-Strike ,so I did) Then I actually understood the story and realized this is a dam good game so I looked on the internet for Grim Fandango websites and looked around and that is how I found GrimFandango.net and that is how I'm here today. The End!


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Old 08-24-2005, 09:08 AM   #46
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^^ a better of use of hard drive space if I may say so myself.
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Old 08-26-2005, 09:23 AM   #47
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I first heard about it on a kids TV show called Live and Kicking, they happened to mention it was by the same people as monkey island (which my grandmother randomly bought for me ... i must remember to thank her) and decided i had to have it. I ended up having to get my friends dad to buy it for me and i paid him back over a few months.


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Old 08-28-2005, 02:42 PM   #48
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About a year ago I was searching for nicktoons racing (i'm 22... but loved nicktoons racing) Came across Grim. I figured hey why not. It was under the 9.99 bin. Went to check out... the girl said to me. This is a red dot game. I'm like okay whats that. She said all games with a red dot are 1.99. I said hey cool. Went home started playing it.... i still would have bought it if it were 9.99 29.99 whatever the price... because its a great game
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Old 09-03-2005, 09:09 PM   #49
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About a year ago I was searching for nicktoons racing (i'm 22... but loved nicktoons racing) Came across Grim. I figured hey why not. It was under the 9.99 bin. Went to check out... the girl said to me. This is a red dot game. I'm like okay whats that. She said all games with a red dot are 1.99. I said hey cool. Went home started playing it.... i still would have bought it if it were 9.99 29.99 whatever the price... because its a great game
LOL! nicktoons, $1.99 lol that's cool $1.99 I'll remember that for a long time heh,
1.99.;lol


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Old 09-15-2005, 04:32 PM   #50
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I picked up a PC Gamer, and just briefed back to the Review section, and saw GF, and it just kinda pulled me in.

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Old 09-19-2005, 05:42 PM   #51
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I picked up a PC Gamer, and just briefed back to the Review section, and saw GF, and it just kinda pulled me in.
(I'm not exactly quoting this i'm just typing this as a way to adress this to you). Don ahh yes such a strange guy misunderstood and lived only a couple hours in that game, dang i want manny's job! What a cool job, similar to a detectives yet more orthadox.


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Old 09-23-2005, 10:07 PM   #52
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I was using stumbleupon for firefox and a site with the ten best adventure games popped up. I read more about Grim and I decided to buy it online. I love this game!
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Old 09-24-2005, 12:08 AM   #53
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Isn't it great? Fandango is by far one of the best adventure games LA has produced.

Yeah, my copy came with EMI. I'm not sure if it was a mis-package or what. I was damn lucky, though. Played them and loved them both.

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Old 09-25-2005, 06:03 AM   #54
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Looked interesting on the shelves, so I bought it. Started playing it...
Have been obsessing/re-obsessing ever since.
omg, and the first copy I owned included a limited edition CD case. And someone THREW IT IN THE BIN ACCIDENTALLY! :0 I had a heart attack.
Luckily I still had the limited edition original box and instruction manual, and I bought another one. But it didn't have a limited CD case; just white paper slips. ;-; Wah.
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Old 09-25-2005, 08:53 AM   #55
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What does the limited edition look like?
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Old 09-25-2005, 11:29 PM   #56
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It was thin cardboard (alike to the original box). On the front it had a small version of the box cover. When you opened it there were two pockets on each side for Disc A and B. On the pockets was a print of the fresco aztec art that you see on the save and load screen (the nifty storyboard that shows your progress.. that thing). And on the back was a pic of... that Manny and Glottis bonewagon one, I think. Or a LucasArts symbol, I'm not sure. It's been so long since I saw it, can't really remember.

But it was so awesome. ; ;
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Old 09-25-2005, 11:31 PM   #57
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Oh yeah. And originally it was my Dad, my brother and I who played it on the first round. But it was mainly my brother and I who solved everything.

But I've played it a hundred times over by myself by now. ^__^
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Old 10-11-2005, 02:57 AM   #58
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I saw it on the shelves and it was on sale. I thought it looked good and i had alot of money to sapre so I just grabbed it and it was one of the best buys i ever made.
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Old 11-02-2005, 07:02 AM   #59
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Just waiting and waiting for FT2!!!

FT2 is not gonna happen man. i dont know when you first played it, but i played it in 1994. i've stopped waiting long time ago, but i m still havin fun with FT!!
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Old 11-13-2005, 04:56 AM   #60
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Why did I buy this game?

What made me buy this game? Now THERE's a story to tell! Bear with me, this is gonna be long.
So the game came out in 98 right. I was like 9 years old back then and i was new to gaming. I was with my cousin and we were going out hunting for bargain games (i was 9, how much money would you expect i had) when we came across a software pirate. He had hell of alota games in a basket for like just a few bucks a piece. We grabbed everything that had a good cover illustration on it and i came across the name Grim Fandango. I wanst attravted to it so i didnt buy it.
We were walking home with our goods quite satisfied but somehow i felt like i should have gotten Grim Fandango. I think its it's name... it just keeps ringing in my head... Grim Fandango, grim fandango...
A few years went. I started playing Monkey Island 3 which i absolutely loved! If any of you have ever played this game, you'd remember that there was a nice reference to GF. "Don't ask me about Grim Fandango". Grim fandango.. That rang a bell. And that Skull face looked so very familiar.
Through the following years i kept noticing that skullface pop up everywhere. It was as though it haunts me everywhere i go.
I gave in, I went online and tried to connect the dots and better understand
this game. It seems to have won some highly acclaimed awards and was very highly rated. I started to regret not having bought that game earlier.
I went scouraging looking everywhere for it. Its been so long since its release that no one sells it anymore. None of my friends had it, i couldnt find it online until...
I was window shopping wiht a friend and i saw ... a reflection on the mirror... i thought it was Casablanca.. but Humphrey bogart didnt have a skull face. That was it.. And ever since... This is My Fandango.

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Old 11-13-2005, 10:39 AM   #61
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What a nice story, Kald0rei!


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Old 11-13-2005, 11:25 AM   #62
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What a nice story, Kald0rei!
Thank you. yea... i can never thank that manuel skull enough for haunting me, GF is the best game ever, Even better than Monkey Island series? YES.
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Old 11-15-2005, 12:32 PM   #63
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I asked for more information in Curse of Monkey Island. I wish I had a real button that said that...


"But now we dance this grim fandango
And will four years before we rest"

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Old 12-23-2005, 09:21 AM   #64
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I just happend to wonder into my local game-aery (a place where games are sold and traded) on the day they recived the first shipmentof GrimFandango...

I saw the shop man puting them up on the shelves... I asked about it and he said he had no idea... i looked at the box and i was sold...

I got the first one on the shelf and it was the first one out the door...

and here i am...


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Old 12-30-2005, 06:59 PM   #65
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Played a demo of it, in a magazine. Haven't looked back since.
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Old 09-26-2006, 12:02 PM   #66
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I got it for a Christmas present when I was 8 and had no idea what it was! Lol! But now I'm glad I was given it cos it's an uber game and I've comleted it about 4 times now (I know that's probably a lot,lot less than most of you but meh, I'm about to play it again now anyway!). Just wondering, and I know this has nothing to do with what you're excuse is but, what is the shortest amount of time it take for you to play the game? It would be great if people would reply to this as I haven't had anyone reply to any of my comments! I'll shut up now.
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Old 09-27-2006, 05:39 PM   #67
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Heh Heh.... I gave it to my dad as a Chistmas presant! I got hooked~!


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Old 09-28-2006, 10:42 AM   #68
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I was watching my brother playing it and I loved it


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Old 09-28-2006, 11:01 AM   #69
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Played the demo, loved it, dad bought it, we played it through as a team, and I've played it through myseld many times since and never got bored of it
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Old 09-28-2006, 12:37 PM   #70
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I stumbled across it on amazon (don't ask me how) at a time when I was trying to become more spontainious. (sorry, I can't spell for all the glowing coral in the sea of lament) It was so cheap, I bought it, and have never looked back. Man, I love that game.


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Old 10-01-2006, 04:31 PM   #71
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My dad gave me the demo when it was pretty new. Loved it, went to the library in my town were they also had some games... they had GF! I borrowed it, copied it in my cd-burner... but bought it anyway several months after that.


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Old 10-02-2006, 05:59 PM   #72
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Picked up Monkey Island 2 and a bizarre chain of events led me to GF, Full Throttle, DOTT and so much more.


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Old 11-05-2006, 01:43 PM   #73
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Read about it in some magazine, they said it was the best game ever so I thought I had to check it out. Turned out they were right.

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Old 11-05-2006, 06:32 PM   #74
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It was thin cardboard (alike to the original box). On the front it had a small version of the box cover. When you opened it there were two pockets on each side for Disc A and B. On the pockets was a print of the fresco aztec art that you see on the save and load screen (the nifty storyboard that shows your progress.. that thing). And on the back was a pic of... that Manny and Glottis bonewagon one, I think. Or a LucasArts symbol, I'm not sure. It's been so long since I saw it, can't really remember.

But it was so awesome. ; ;
Isn't that the CD case for all the Grim Fandango editions? That's what mine came in anyway and it's completely battered now. But yes the pic on the back is the bonewagon one!

I found out about Grim Fandango because my older brother had borrowed it off a friend. I watched him play part of it and got it for myself when I was a little older and have been obSESSED with it ever since - that was 7 glorious years ago...
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Old 11-05-2006, 06:58 PM   #75
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Welcome, you two.

There was an edition released in a DVD case, and I think it was in fact an actual DVD too so you got one disc instead of two. I never had this version though, instead owning the launch cardboard thingy.


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Old 11-06-2006, 04:59 PM   #76
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Welcome, you two.

There was an edition released in a DVD case, and I think it was in fact an actual DVD too so you got one disc instead of two. I never had this version though, instead owning the launch cardboard thingy.
I played the demo long time ago, aswell the german version... but my point is..

I was just ONCE in London like 4 years ago, and then my dream came true. I saw a Grim fandango copy for 15 pounds I fall so in love with the original voice acting in the demo so I had to buy it.

It was packed in a dvd case but holding two cd game discīs.

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Old 11-08-2006, 02:37 PM   #77
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I especially love the manual that came with it - the Greetings from Grim Fandango pic, for a start, and one other full page one of Manny saying something like "Meet Manny Calavera. He's sauve, he's debonaire...he's dead. And he's your travel agent" which I had printed onto a t-shirt in the height of my infatuation!
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Umm... I actually sort of forget how I found out about this game although it only happened last year. I had ordered the Curse of Monkey Island from the LucasArts store and I was looking for some other games by them. Its sort of weird, I went onto Gamespot and looked at the CMI page and one of the first reviews had had a picture of skull, which I later figured out was Manny. The images name was Grim Fandango. So I searched that up and it got great reviews up and down. I looked into it, finished the demo, and..... well I knew then I HAD to own this game. First oppurtunity I bought it off eBay. Since then I haven't played a game that I've liked more.
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What made me buy this game? Now THERE's a story to tell! Bear with me, this is gonna be long.
So the game came out in 98 right. I was like 9 years old back then and i was new to gaming. I was with my cousin and we were going out hunting for bargain games (i was 9, how much money would you expect i had) when we came across a software pirate. He had hell of alota games in a basket for like just a few bucks a piece. We grabbed everything that had a good cover illustration on it and i came across the name Grim Fandango. I wanst attravted to it so i didnt buy it.
We were walking home with our goods quite satisfied but somehow i felt like i should have gotten Grim Fandango. I think its it's name... it just keeps ringing in my head... Grim Fandango, grim fandango...
A few years went. I started playing Monkey Island 3 which i absolutely loved! If any of you have ever played this game, you'd remember that there was a nice reference to GF. "Don't ask me about Grim Fandango". Grim fandango.. That rang a bell. And that Skull face looked so very familiar.
Through the following years i kept noticing that skullface pop up everywhere. It was as though it haunts me everywhere i go.
I gave in, I went online and tried to connect the dots and better understand
this game. It seems to have won some highly acclaimed awards and was very highly rated. I started to regret not having bought that game earlier.
I went scouraging looking everywhere for it. Its been so long since its release that no one sells it anymore. None of my friends had it, i couldnt find it online until...
I was window shopping wiht a friend and i saw ... a reflection on the mirror... i thought it was Casablanca.. but Humphrey bogart didnt have a skull face. That was it.. And ever since... This is My Fandango.

This post is best enjoyed while listening to http://www.scummbar.com/mi2/GRIM2-CD...tion%20Man.mp3

Viva La Revolucion!!
Heh, for some reason when I listen to that song and read your story I picture some random person smoking a cigarette and talking into a microphone in some jazz bar, like the Blue Casket. Weird...
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Old 04-17-2007, 04:00 PM   #80
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i played the pc gamer demo about 200 times with my neighbor. And bought it for "my dad" as a christmas Present from electronics boutique. Which came free with Toonstruck i dont know how many people have heard of this but its a good old point and click adventure game


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