a little more ambitious and marginally more rewarding than the first bone game. at least they learned from some of the voice issues and did some re-casting. but it’s still nowhere near as fun as telltale’s more recent adventure games. i so wish they’d cut their teeth on something else and left this cult-favourite material until they were more experienced at making adventure games. it’s probably a good thing they didn’t end up making any more of bone games after this one. my advice is definitely go read the Bone graphic novels—they’re amoungst the best modern fantasy i’ve come across—but feel free to pass on this game and it’s predecessor.
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Time Played: 2-5 hours