Submitted by s8anicslayer 1923d ago | review

HonestGamers: Sam & Max: They Stole Max's Brain! Review

The first game of Sam & Max’s third season with Telltale granted our little white psychotic bunny pal mysterious mental powers and faced the pair off against a warmongering space gorilla with the conquest of the universe firmly on his mind. Armed with his new powers, Max stopped being an angry, fuzzy distraction and started pulling his weight as one half of the duo. (PC, PS3, Sam & Max Episode 303: They Stole Max’s Brain!) 7/10

hatchimatchi  +   1923d ago
I played the demo to the first episode of this and I couldn't get past the graphics. I'n my mind Sam & Max will always be cartoons, like in Sam & Max Hit the Road. That's one of my favorite games of all time and I couldn't get past that in the new games their voices are different and it's in 3D.

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