After Leisure Suit Larry 5
, I thought that the series would die for, as all the elements that I have loved from previous one, the fourth one just disappointed me. The next one, however, seems to redeem itself for all the disappointment the previous game offered me. Leisure Suit Larry 6, although not a perfect game, was good enough to bring back the interest and love I had for the Leisure Suit Larry series. However, there are a few things that annoyed me in the game, but did not ruin the experience for me. The gameplay is once again in a point-and-click manner, as if the this would be a tradition for the series. I cannot complain about it, but it's not too well executed due to only one factor: you have to select your actions, like talking or analyzing. It is a bit annoying but once you get used to it you won't have a problem, but I still wonder why didn't they use the right mouse button to toggle between the actions. Fortunately, the element of dying in the game is back(even though no one would like to die in a video game), making this one more challenging than the previous game, where you could not die. There are 2 versions of the game: a DOS version and a CD-ROM version, which is apparently a remake of the DOS one. The one that I'm writting about is the remake. This version includes voice acting(thank God!) and the soundtrack is quite good. The one part that I loved in the series is back: the humor, however the black humor is toned down, but it's not that a big problem. The story of the game is that Larry loses at a television dating show he wins, however, an all-expenses pay to a refined health spa. From there you might figure out what Larry wants/needs to do.All in all, if you love Leisure Suit Larry
, the fifth game would bring back a smile when the fourth one took it away.