Submitted by user9422077 1988d ago | review

NowGamer: Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse - Penal Zone Review

NG: We have to admit to being pleasantly surprised by The Penal Zone. An advanced graphical engine and a move toward direct control were a given, but what we didn't expect was for Telltale to up its game so considerably, reinventing the Sam & Max template in ways that nobody knew they needed until faced with them. And if this first episode is any indication of the benchmark set for the series as a whole, then we're in for a very funny, very clever five months of madcap animal sleuthing. (PC, Sam & Max Episode 1: The Penal Zone) 9/10

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