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Sam & Max – Telltale’s celebrating its’ 25th Anniversary by putting the series on sale

Friday, 7th September 2012 20:21 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Sam & Max are turning 25 years old, and Telltale is celebrating by putting the series on sale.

Here’s the list of special 25th Anniversary Offers:

XBLM Back to School Sale – Now through September 10, 2012: $10 (800 Microsoft Points) for each individual season, which includes Sam & Max: Beyond Time & Space and Sam & Max: Save the World

Steam Weekend Deal – September 13th – 16th, 2012:

  • $14.99 for the Sam & Max Complete Pack (includes all 3 seasons – Sam & Max: Save the World, Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space, and Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse).
  • Individual seasons – Sam & Max: Save the World, Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space will be available for $9.99 each and Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse will be available for $11.49.

App Store – iPhone and iPad – Now through October 1, 2012: $.99 for all individual episodes in the Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space season (Universal App).

PSN (SCEA) – Now through October 2, 2012: $20 Bundle Offer for Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse and Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space, and $12.99 for each individual season.

PSN (SCEE) – Summer Sale – Now through October 5, 2012: €12.99 for each individual season, which includes Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse and Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space

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  1. DSB

    They really blew me away with The Walking Dead.

    Sam and Max looked terrible and played underwhelmingly. Monkey Island ditto. A lot of one-man developers make better adventure games than that.

    I had pretty much written them off, so I was really shocked by how much I like The Walking Dead.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. ManuOtaku

    Any news regarding back to the future i did like episode one, is not like the walking dead, but i like it too.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. xxJPRACERxx

    @1 I think Back To The Future was pretty good.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. DonnyKD

    @1 No, and no. Those two games were freaking excellent.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. Ireland Michael

    I can somewhat see where DSB is coming from, although I think he’s being a bit *too* harsh on those games.

    I’ve enjoyed pretty much all of Telltale’s stuff so far. I think they did a genuinely great job of the comedy in Tales of Monkey Island especially. But there’s always been something very… stilted about them

    I think a lot of it had to do with the quality of the animation – up until the Walking Dead, it always felt extremely stiff, awkward and lifeless looking. That took away from the experience a bit in those games, in my opinion.

    The Walking Dead blew that completely out of the water though. The game is nothing short of astounding, in every respect.

    #5 2 years ago