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GameSpot: Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse Episode 3: They Stole Max's Brain! Impressions

GameSpot writes: "Contrary to the reports we've been hearing for the last decade, the classic adventure genre isn't dying. In fact, adventure games had a particularly strong showing at E3 2010, thanks in part to the continued efforts of Telltale Games. We stopped by the developer's booth to get a glimpse of the next installment in the current season of Sam & Max." (PC, PS3, Sam & Max Episode 303: They Stole Max’s Brain!)

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