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Submitted by BIoodmask 1807d ago | review

Ace Gamez: Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse Episode 1: The Penal Zone Review

Telltale Games have created a charming little adventure – a rare low budget gem tucked away amongst the PSN dross. It’s like Broken Sword meets Ratchet and Clank meets the Carry On films, and it’s as playable as it is hilarious. The short lifespan is a bit of a dampener, but if you’re looking for a refreshingly original title to get the grey matter ticking over and your funny bone tingling, then you could do a lot worse than having a good old play with the Penal Zone. Ahem. Roll on Episode 2. (PC, PS3, SAM & MAX: The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 1: The Penal Zone) 70/100

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