Summary: The Penal Zone started off this fantastic comedy saga. All I have to say is this : This episode is well designed, the graphics are very good, the actors are brilliant, the gameplay is fun and the storyline is brilliant and hillarious. That goes for every episode.
Summary: I love Sam and Max ever since I heard about the cartoon series and Hit the Road but when I got this game today I was very disappointed. Not that the game is bad or anything but Amazon tricked me into thinking that this was a different product. I was expecting this package to be a full season complete with all five episodes of The Devil's Playhouse, but they gave me the "Collectors" (or what TellTale says it is)DVD instead which I already bought from TellTale themselves...
Summary: When I heard there was going to be a third Sam & Max game, I was excited. When the first episode came out, I played it again and again. It was great. But when Episode 2 came out, it was boring. Very boring. It was so bad I didn't even bother to beat it. I had higher hopes for Episode 3. However, Episode 3 was horrible, because of its writing and lack of originality. If they got the first 12 episodes right, how are they suddenly messing it up?
Summary: There are very few things that are good in this game. The humor is sometimes good, and the answers to the countless number of puzzles you will encounter are SOMETIMES interesting (other times stupid.) There are many things bad about this game. The story is horrible. There are many load time that are way to long. The graphics are terrible. The music is annoying. Most of the time the answers to the puzzles DON'T MAKE LOGICAL SENSE.
Summary: Another fun Sam and Max adventure. Fans will want it, just to see what the dog and bunny are up to. The plot was as bizarre as the fuzzy logic behind the puzzles. Voice acting was superb, as always. "Sam and Max Hit the Road" was a masterpiece, and this title falls a little short. The script was a little dialog-heavy, and I found myself skipping through conversations. The animation and graphics were crisp, maybe a little too crisp, for this comic-based game.
The third game in an already awesome series by telltale
D. Vogt "Papa", Amazon
12 February 2011
Summary: alright now sam and max the devils playhouse is about psychic powers max finds along the way that help you out per episode (i think its pretty invetive). so instead of the point and click kind of game like the last two (three if you count hit the road) it uses the wasd keys to have you move while you can also use the mouse to click on things.
Summary: if you can't spend time in a day saving the world with a six foot dog in a suit and severely hyperactive psychic bunny---then what's the point? this is an extremely addictive series. that is---if you can get past a few negatives: as mentioned, the tutorial for the 301 segment is long, and there is no access to a menu throughout.