Submitted by GamerXGATT 1785d ago | review

GamingAllTheTime.com's Sam and Max The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 3 Review

After being the one at GamingAllTheTime.com to play the last two iterations of The Devil’s Playhouse, with Tomb of Sammun-mak being my favorite I started thinking. The format in which they are releasing the game is utterly brilliant, and the games seem to be improving with each new version. Does this translate over to They Stole Max’s brain? The answer to that is a very resounding, yes. Telltale has pulled out all the yield signs on their trips into the strange universe of Sam and Max, and They Stole Max’s Brain removes the stop signs all together. (PC, Sam & Max Episode 303: They Stole Max’s Brain!) 80/100

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