Summary: If you're a fan of The Walking Dead or point-and-click games in general, this lighthearted adventure involving demonic possession, moai heads, and a socially-awkward lagomorph should interest you.
Summary: Don't get me wrong, Sam & Max 2: Beyond Time and Space is a great game. ...for PC. Stay away from the Wii version. It has glitches, the frame rate is too slow, graphical errors, and worst of all, the control is terrible. You can't just smoothly move it, it just flickers all around, very likely because of the sloppy frame rate. Overall, it could be a fun game...except for having to play it on Wii.
More like an interactive TV show than a game, but still loads of fun
Shevi "FantasyWeaver", Amazon
13 February 2011
Summary: In Sam & Max 2: Beyond Time and Space, you get to travel with doggy P.I. Sam and his sarcastic side-kick Max, the cute white rabbit with sharp pointy teeth and an even sharper wit, through space and time to solve mysteries. This isn't so much a game as an interactive TV show, but it's a hilariously funny TV show. Some of the jokes are a bit dated, but there are just so many of them.
Good -- compared to what else is available for the Wii
16 May 2010
Summary: So I'll rate this as 4 stars because it is better than alot of the shovelware on the Wii. As with the other reviewers we encountered some QC problems but nothing game killing. I should be clear I watch my teen play - so my perspective is watcher and not player. I find the episodes quirky, funny and just dotty enough to appeal to my admittedly warped sense of humor. My daughter loves this format of game, point and click.
Summary: I have just finished all of the episodes. The game itself was fantastic, lots of humor and cleverness. Like the other reviewer I noticed some glitches. For me though I never had the dialog audio cut-out on this disc. I did have two occasions when the subtitles cut-off early. In this regard I think it was much better than the first season on Wii.
Summary: I liked season one of Sam & Max, but it was plagued by choppy animation and sound. I was really, really hopeful that TellTale would fix all the technical problems of the first game this time around. Alas, just moments into the first episode of season two and all the bad technical problems of the first game are still there: painfully low frame rates, glitchy animation, slow control response time and the occasional lost snippet of dialog.
Excerpt: Great game with some inventive puzzles, cracking dialogue and ingenious plotting. The addition of hints to point you in the right direction are welcomed as sometimes the cartoon logic of the game can take a while to get into. This game is marred however by the long loading times and terrible graphical hiccups that have been the bane of all of TellTales' ports to the Wii.