I was really impressed with Wallace & Gromit Episode 1: Fright of the Bumblebees's visuals, and am just as impressed with Wallace & Gromit Episode 2: The Last Resort. The series manages to retain the claymation style of the cartoons right down to smaller blemishes like nicks and smudgy finger prints. It'll likely wrinkle the noses of a few visual connoisseurs who demand HD perfection in every polygon, but I enjoy more stylish things. The same, however, can't be said for the script and voice acting.
The Last Resort is a funny game, or at least one of the funnier ones I've played in the last year or so. At the same time, it shows why humor is so hard to do not just in a game, but any media. Both Wallace and Gromit are true to their characters, though some of the jokes feel a little thin. Some of this may be due to a new voice actor for Wallace. The stand-in is great, but timing feels off. But, at least you've got Gromit's facepalm to come back to.