Typical of just about any Double Fine game, the writing and music is perfection. While you wonít find a huge amount of variety from battle to battle until you collect new costumes, encounters have plenty of eye candy. If youíre not familiar with the first game, battles play out RPG-style with elaborate attack sequences. Each area in the game contains secrets hidden away that you can uncover by using your eyeballs and by talking to characters you come across. Compared to the first game, there seemed to be many more nooks and crannies to explore this time around, with just as many if not more NPC encounters and bad guys.