Reviews and Problems with Sam & Max: Season One
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15 April 2015
Summary: Not as good as other Telltale Games, as the characters are in my opinion not that memorable and the humour is very often really hard to understand for a non-native English speaker, but it is not that bad either.
Summary: I'm actually picking this bad boy up to complete my set for the Wii. Having been a long-time fan of Sam & Max for years, I got the one for the computer only to have it constantly crash my system because of their poor choice for DRM protection. Haven't been able to play it ever since.
Summary: Not your run of the mill video game. The wit and humor throughout is enough to justify purchase! I am not amused by "cookie-cutter" video games where they reuse the same old plots and mechanics - while simply changing the graphics and sound. It was nice to see somethng original!
Summary: Talk about imaginations! I would love to meet the folks who write the scripts for Sam and Max games. I find myself laughing aloud, although I'm alone when I play. Just the right degree of difficulty, too. I'm always anxious to get to a new episode, but not in too big of a hurry.
Summary: Sam & Max: Season One is a good game. ...For PC. The Wii Version Crashes alot, has glitches, graphical errors, and has a slow frame rate. The frame rate is really that bad. half the time nothing's moving, everything's just flickering.
Summary: When this game came out, it had been a long time since there was a Sam & Max game, or even a good adventure game released. And its top notch for sure! The Wii version seems a tad buggier than the PC version, but its still a great game.
Summary: I'm not a big PC gamer so while I was happy to hear about the return of Sam & Max a couple years ago, I didn't get a chance to play their new series of gaming episodes. When I heard they were coming to the Wii, and I could control my dog and rabbit buddies from the comfort of my couch, I jumped all...