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Sam & Max Episode 2: Situation: Comedy review

AT A GLANCE
  • Puzzles are easy, but fun
  • More optional stuff to do
  • Script is getting funnier
  • Soon-to-be dated references
  • No real use for Sam's gun
  • Driving still feels awkward

Bottom line, Situation: Comedy is where the Sam & Max series starts to really pick up steam - partly because it reveals the first hints at an overarching plot for the "season's" remaining four episodes. Even if you ignore the remaining installments, though, Situation: Comedy's self-contained adventure and smart humor will keep you entertained for an afternoon, and the price - $8.95 from telltalegames.com, or free with a GameTap subscription - automatically offsets any flaws, of which there are few. If you're any kind of adventure-game fan, then this belongs on your hard drive.

More Info

Release date: Dec 20 2006 - PC (US)
Jan 05 2007 - PC (UK)
Available Platforms: PC
Genre: Adventure
Published by: Telltale Games
Developed by: Telltale Games
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Comic Mischief, Violence

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