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Submitted by Cyrus365 2071d ago | review

GameSpot: Sam & Max: Season 2 Review

GameSpot writes: "Santa going postal, staking an emo vampire, and taking the Soul Train to hell are just a few of the insane moments crammed into Telltale Games' absolutely hilarious Sam & Max Season Two. This outstanding compilation pulls together the last five episodes in the ongoing adventure series starring Sam, a McGruff-style dog sporting a suit and fedora, and Max, a murderous, smelly rabbit. Most fans have probably already played these games, as they have been released online over the past year, but if you missed these games when they were first released, the low price and ton of extras make this collection worth the purchase price."

The Good:
+Surreal, strange, hilarious--in other words, perfect old-school Sam and Max
+Smart, funny puzzles
+Outstanding characterization via solid scripts and dead-on voice acting
+Good range of "director's cut" extras

The Bad:
-A little on the short side. (PC, Sam and Max Season 2) 8.5/10

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