84w ago - Telltale Games Manager of Public Relations and Social Media Alan Johnson has announced that Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space will be hitting PSN tomorrow and shared a new video trailer on the title today.
To quote: The Freelance Police and Telltale Games can't stay away from the PlayStation Network for long!
After gracing the PSN in last year's Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse, the mostly loveable canine and rabbit-thingy duo returns on October 18th (woah, that's tomorrow) in another one of their off-the-wall adventures, Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space!
Always up to their neck fur in trouble as they get to the bottom of their cases, Sam & Max come face-to-face with some of the deadliest foes they've ever encountered, including Santa Claus, an emo vampire, and Satan himself. Well, two out of three isn't bad, right?
Sam & Max must survive some of the most exotic locales known to man and animal alike (the game is called Beyond Time and Space, remember?) if they're going to get themselves out of this somewhat death-defying adventure.
Of course, the PS3 version of Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space is chock-full of the Trophies that are coveted dearly by all, so your thorough...
157w ago - Telltale Games Writer and Lead Designer Andy Hartzell has announced that Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse Episode 2 graces PSN today.
To quote: Gaming enthusiasts around the world are excited about Tuesday the 18th, the day when the second episode of Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse series - called the "The Tomb of Sammun-Mak" - will release.
As writer and lead designer for this episode, I'm...well, I was about to say I was the most excited of all, but judging from some of the postings around the web, I'm not even in the top ten percent. Sam & Max have some pretty excitable fans. But I'm right up there.
For those new to the series, Sam & Max are the Freelance Police, a team that is to crime what BP is to the Gulf of Mexico. The Devil's Playhouse, architected by Chuck Jordan, based on the characters created by Steve Purcell, is a mind-bending mélange of sci-fi, horror and really demented comedy all centering around a mysterious box containing Toys of Power.
Like an HBO series, The Devil's Playhouse has a continuing storyline delivered in regular installments, one that builds to a shattering climax. Each episode within the continuum...
163w ago - Sony Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell has shared a Q&A video with Telltale Games today covering Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse for PS3.
To quote: The Sam & Max franchise is making its first foray onto PS3 next Thursday, April 15. I think I speak for us all when I say, "It's about dang time!"
The third season of Sam & Max - The Devil's Playhouse - hits PSN next week with Episode 1: The Penal Zone. If you're not familiar with the Telltale Games style of play, it's all based on an episodic adventure game structure where story drives the gameplay.
To break down the fine details, listen to what director and writer Chuck Jordan has to say about the premiere on PS3 in the video below.
You can pre-order the entire five-episode series now for $29.99, which secures all five installments for a $5 discount.
Visually speaking, I think we're in line for the best version of Sam & Max yet. But hey, I'm biased. Now go tell Telltale we want Strong Bad and Wallace & Gromit!
Until now, that is! Coming in April, Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse hits the PlayStation Store, and we couldn't be more excited to bring the third season of our landmark episodic series to you, the PlayStation Nation!
If you're not familiar with the rabbit/dog detective duo, the following description ripped unceremoniously from the press release explains our heroes' new unhinged adventure:
In Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse, Max has been bestowed with a set of powerful psychic abilities from an unusual ancient source that he'll wield against the strongest and strangest...