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Submitted by Fyzzu 1549d ago | review

Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse Episode 1 - IncGamers Review

IncGamers' Tim McDonald highway surfs into the Penal Zone with a six-foot dog and a hyperkinetic rabbity thing.

From the review: "Are we really on the third season of Sam & Max already? It seems like only yesterday that we heard the announcement that yes, there would be new Sam & Max games! In episodic format! Oh, for those exciting and terrifying days when we didn't know whether Sam & Max season one would relive the glory days of the LucasArts adventures, or be memory-tarnishing tosh." (PC, SAM & MAX: The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 1: The Penal Zone) 8.5/10

Maticus  +   1549d ago
It's great to see more from this series, can't wait to get my hands on it.
Leord  +   1549d ago
I think a new venue of games will possibly be like TV shows - seasonal content that each isn't that expensive.
AndyA  +   1549d ago
So, it's basically an extended penis joke? I'm in.
Dorjan  +   1549d ago
Penis penis?

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