Grim Fandango box art (GiantBomb)
Grim Fandango box art (GiantBomb)

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This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Matt Lydy

    How do you save the game on the Playstation 4? My brother keeps playing and every time he starts Netflix he has to start the game over again. Is there a trick to saving? I don’t have the game so I can’t help him by looking.

    1. Ryan Williams

      The original game required manual saving in the menu, I’d expect the ‘Options’ button to get you there on the PS4

  2. Paul Lindberg

    Just finished the game! Loved every moment of it!
    I noticed that the mariachi band figurine and the ash tray at the beginning is a reference to the end, where the mariachis are standing next to the pool.

    1. Ryan Williams

      That’s a very beautiful touch isn’t it? :D

  3. Cipri M. Marc

    “Best game of all time!”

  4. Cipri M. Marc

    “buenas noches!”

  5. Dalia Edward

    Best game of all time

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