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Console Monster (Nov 08, 2009)
At 800 Microsoft Points, I highly recommend Wallace and Gromit in The Last Resort. Despite its fairly short length, it’s a significant improvement upon Fright of the Bumblebees, mostly because of its more believable storyline and, once again, the typical Wallace and Gromit humour displayed throughout.
Game Revolution (May 22, 2009)
For those jumping in to Wallace and Gromit's Grand Adventures from this episode forward, there is nothing that can be missed in terms of setup - there are very few references to the previous episode. It doesn't last long, at about three to four hours, but it concentrates on quality and humor. Just don't dare go on a vacation with these two...
If you enjoy the genre and are a fan of Wallace & Gromit I recommend taking the second chapter for a spin. This is a great way to deliver this type of content and the fact that XBLA has gotten into the mix is definitely a good thing for the service. At $10 a piece these episodes are just long enough and entertaining enough to keep digging through them.
70 (Nov 12, 2009)
Wallace and Gromit’s second adventure is a success in my book. It was a short book though, only taking a few hours to complete…which is ok because it only makes the player want to check out the other episodes.
IGN (Nov 05, 2009)
The Last Resort is a fun game and worth the price of admission for gamers who are Wallace and Gromit fans. The visual style of the show and the overall humor are the high points here, but we were disappointed that the action never really moved beyond a few rooms in Wallace's house and seemed to bounce back and forth among a cast of characters who are nowhere near as compelling as the inventor and his dog. We're just confused as to why Wallace and Gromit have so little to do with each other in their own game. The additional problems in terms of input and visual performance make this version slightly less attractive than the PC version.
Gamer Limit (Nov 08, 2009)
The Last Resort is a misstep in a promising episodic series. Regardless of the quality of the other Grand Adventures releases, this second episode is difficult to recommend to even the most hardcore of Wallace & Gromit fans.