Submitted by Cyrus365 1709d ago | review

Avault: Sam & Max Season 3: The Tomb of Sammun-Mak PC Review

Avault writes: "In the world of episodic entertainment, freshness and variety are important watchwords. Every so often, TV show producers throw us a curveball to keep us on our toes (a recent episode of Fox TV’s Fringe had its characters singing songs in 1950s attire, for example). Publisher/developer Telltale has taken a similar step with Episode 2 of Sam & Max Season 3: The Devil’s Playhouse. And, like most departures from the established norm, you’ll either love it or loathe it." (PC, Sam & Max in The Tomb of Sammun-Mak) 4/5

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