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Joystiq: Sam and Max: The Devil's Playhouse: Episode 1: The Penal Zone Review

Joystiq:

Considering the frequency at which Telltale games launch when a season is "airing," I can completely understand how you'd get burnt out. I know it happened to me. But if you've cooled off enough that you're ready to take another journey to the corner of Straight and Narrow, I think you'll find that Sam and Max are even better than you remember. (PS3, SAM & MAX: The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 1: The Penal Zone) -

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