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Submitted by Cyrus365 2400d ago | review

The Escapist Review: Sam & Max: Season Two

The Escapist writes: "As it turns out, giving guns - and a blank check for chaos - to a human-size dog and a crazy rabbit easily ranks among one of the best ideas Steve Purcell ever concocted. When he first began creating Sam & Max comics in 1987, Purcell probably didn't expect his goofy gumshoe characters would end up ranking high on the funny charts as the stars of their own episodic PC game series. Nonetheless, Telltale Games' second season of the ongoing anthropomorphic escapades of Sam and Max continues to tighten the detective duo's already firm grasp on the title of supreme rulers of the point-and-click adventure game universe." (PC, Sam and Max Season 2) -

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