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Sam and Max are back with a bang. 0

Back in 1993, LucasArts released a game involving a dog and rabbit crime solving duo. With its humour and story, the game was a hit, so imagine fan's delight when LucasArts announced in 2002 that they were releasing a new Sam and Max adventure, this time in 3D. Then imagine the disappointment when LucasArts cancelled the title. In fact, you don't need to imagine it - there was a petition put online that over 32,000 people signed. Luckily Telltale acquired the license and is now bringing out Sam ...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Sam & Max Episode 1: Culture Shock 0

Being the first of six parts of a "season" of new content, and costing only 9 dollars, Culture Shock is allowed to be short. And it is short. Even if you make sure to click on everything and see every last snippet of dialog, it will only take you a couple hours to see all there is to see. The jokes are a bit hit and miss, but they mostly hit. Some of the puzzles are a little annoying or take some cajoling to get working, but it's pretty satisfying when you figure out what you need to do. This is...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Great humor, voice work, and gameplay . 0

Sam & Max Episode 1: Culture Shock is the first episode of 6 that takes PC gaming back to it's roots. This is a simple point and click adventure game that plays just like they used too back in the early 90's and even before that. There's no health bar or boss fights like most games of today. You solve puzzles by talking to people and getting clues or using items to get the job done. It's a great and rewarding gameplay experience that, while short, does what it sets out to do and ends up bein...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Dog and Rabbity Ride Again 0

In the heyday of the adventure game, Lucasarts reined supreme. With hits like Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle and Grim Fandango, they captured the hearts and minds of gamers around the world. Sam and Max Hit the Road was one such game. From the mind of Steve Purcell, Sam and Max got their start in the underground comic scene before making the leap to video game stardom. Their patented zany humor and crazy antics were a perfect fit for the story heavy adventure genre and the gam...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sam and Max: Culture Shock Review 0

With comic books, cartoons and computer games gracing their résumé, Sam and Max have a lot to brag about. Unfortunately, with Hit the Road being their last 2D adventure video game, the anthropomorphic dog and rabbit comic duo have been MIA since the early nineties.  The dwindling interest in point-and-click adventure games shortly after its release was the final nail in the coffin for Sam and Max: Freelance Police.  Fortunately, TellTale Games found it appropriate to bring back the seemingly los...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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