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Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge (1991)

Having vanquished the ghost pirate LeChuck with a soft drink, Guybrush Threepwood now seeks the treasure of Big Whoop. During his quest he discovers LeChuck is back from the dead. Once again.

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Dominic Armato ...
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LeChuck (voice)
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Elaine Marley (voice)
Leilani Jones ...
Voodoo Lady (voice) (as Leilani Jones Wilmore)
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Largo LeGrande / Mad Marty the Launderer / Fisherman / Spitting Contest Referee (voice)
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Herman Toothrot / Potman / Frank / Greg (voice)
Patrick Pinney ...
Stan the Salesman / Grillcook / Moose (voice)
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Wally the Cartographer / Captain Rum / Filbert the Gardner (voice)
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Captain Dread / Woody The Woodsman / Governor Phatt's Guard / Skeleton (voice)
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Bar Keeper / Sentry / Clown / Costumer (voice)
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Inn Keeper / Antique Dealer / Gambler (voice) (as Dave Boat)
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Governor Phatt / Bart / Parrot / Rat (voice)
Denny Delk ...
Narrator / Bruno / Fred / Larry / Voodoo Priest (voice)
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Rap Scallion / Dealer / Fink / Bar Cook / Additional Voices (voice)
Patrick Hallahan ...
Chester / Crutch / Fin / Rich (voice)
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Having vanquished the ghost pirate LeChuck with a soft drink, Guybrush Threepwood now seeks the treasure of Big Whoop. During his quest he discovers LeChuck is back from the dead. Once again.

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He's big. He's bad. He's back.


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December 1991 (USA)  »

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Monkey Island 2: Special Edition: LeChuck's Revenge  »

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Trivia

While on Monkey Island, you can use the phone on the tree to call the LucasArts Games Hint Line. One of the questions you can ask the clerk is "who thought up that dumb stump joke?" The clerk responds with "I'm tired of hearing about that damn stump. Do you have any idea how many calls I get a DAY about that? Don't ask me about it again." This refers to an infamous joke in The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition (1990), where Guybrush notices a hole in a tree stump, which (he says) leads to a vast maze of caverns below. When the player tries to climb through, the game asks to insert non-existing game discs, and after unsuccessful attempts, Guybrush gives up. The joke was lost on many players, who flooded the Hint Line thinking this was a technical error instead of a deliberate joke. See more »

Quotes

[Using Voodoo doll on Largo]
Guybrush: Take that you stumpy little dim-witted toad!
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Crazy Credits

Many humorous things in the credits. Things about a "Wonder Yak" and "Proofraeding" is by Commander Buttonhead. At the very end is a list of constructive things to do. See more »

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References The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) See more »

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My favourite Monkey Island game by far
20 July 2003 | by (England) – See all my reviews

The sequel to Secret of Monkey Island sees Guybrush starting his adventure on Scabb Island and people have now grown tired of his story of how he defeated LeChuck so to be the centre of attention again he plans to find Big Whoop apparently the ultimate pirate treasure. Problem is he's on the island run by LeChuck's former first mate Largo LeGrande, Guybrush first sees Largo as not being a problem (mainly due to the fact Largo is very small) but this changes when Largo mugs him. LeChuck ends up getting brought back to life when Largo gets a piece of the ghost pirate's beard from Guybrush. Now LeChuck is thirsty for Guybrush's blood and won't stop at anything to make him suffer.

This game is darker than the other Monkey Island's and I think this had a lot of fun dialogue in it. It also had characters that you can't help but like such as in my views Largo and Wally. The puzzles in the hard version of this game (or the only version on CD-Rom) are pretty difficult and at times you think they made it a little too hard. This game is really, really worth buying and I recommend it to everyone.

Lam_on_the_lam a.k.a Minnie Goodsoup


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