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Submitted by Cyrus365 2297d ago | review

VGGEN: Sam & Max: Season Two Review

VGGEN writes: "Despite the growing popularity of digital distribution systems, the demise of physical media is still a long ways off. Some consumers will simply always prefer purchasing an actual, tangible game disc over a digital download, and (for the near future at least) there continues to be a sizable population without access to broadband connections at all. Thus even Telltale Games, which has made a name for itself based on digitally delivering episodic content, sees the need to release its content on physical media from time to time." (PC, Sam and Max Season 2) 8/10

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