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Submitted by naggynerd 1791d ago | review

NaggyNerd Review: Sam & Max Episode 3: They Stole Max's Brain

It has been a month since last time, and that darned Devil’s Toybox is still causing grey hairs on the heads of our freelance police. This third episode delivers surprising fresh takes on the well tried formula that has made Telltale the masters of modern humourus adventure games.

It is interesting to see how Telltale is still experimenting with the expression of the Sam & Max franchise. The new episode also follows the footsteps of the previous episodes, and breaks the habit of recycling areas that the previous seasons were criticised for. (iPad, PC, PS3, Sam & Max Episode 303: They Stole Max’s Brain!) 9/10

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