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Submitted by Haly 2031d ago | review

Resolution: Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse Episode 4 review

Resolution writes: Episode four of The Devil’s Playhouse feels like a step backwards compared to the ingenious dramatic devices used in the past two episodes. That’s not to say that episode four isn’t enjoyable, it certainly is. It just doesn’t feel as fresh and exciting as the brilliant earlier instalments. This time round it’s a return to solid point and click territory, albeit with the typically zany Sam & Max twist. (iPad, PC, PS3, Sam & Max: Episode 4 Beyond the Alley of the Dolls) 7/10

shoinan  +   2031d ago
A shame
It's a good game, but can't help feeling the series is a little stuck.

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