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Submitted by Cyrus365 2121d ago | review

Game Debate: Sam and Max: Season 2 Review

Game Debate writes: "Adventure gamers across the globe were horrified back in 2004 when plans for Sam and Max: Freelance Police were shelved late into development. The 1993 original, Sam and Max Hit The Road - a surreal take on the classic detective tale - saw the dog and rabbit detective duo tracking down a missing yeti in backwater USA. The satirical humour and bizarre characters made it an instant hit, and gave it an enormous and rather loyal fanbase. In fact, over 32,000 signatures were gathered in aid of the sequel's resurrection after the shock announcement." (PC, Sam and Max Season 2) 8.5/10

eclipsegryph  +   2121d ago
Basically all reviews for Sam and Max should be "BUY THESE GAMES FOR THEY ARE AWESOME".
dreamtheater87  +   2121d ago
I hope more devs take note of the success of TellTale Games. We need an adventure game renaissance, where all the original LucasArts team get together and make new a Monkey Island and Grim Fandango!
fermcr11   2121d ago | Spam

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