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The Season Two Finale’s page is up! The trailer’s pretty amusing and takes a different approach than what we’ve seen before. Looks like the finale’s going to be one helluva doozie! Sorry, couldn’t help myself.
It’s available now on Telltale! I have to get back to work!
Hey, what’s up? You can now buy Sam and Max: Freelance Police (the animated series) on DVD straight from the good folks at Telltale. If you’ve been holding out on getting that other major Sam and Max re-release, the Surfin’ the Highway anthology, you can now purchase it and the DVD together as a bundle! Pretty awesome.
Read about what the immensely talent Jared Emerson-Johnson and associates had to say at the GDC over at IGN, ASAP! Go figure, making music for rapidly released episodic games is challenging. So keep on basking the fine people over at Telltale in your admiration, they deserve it!
Yes, that’s right. The Mike Stemmle is working for Telltale now as a designer. You know, that guy who was the co-director/co-designer of Sam & Max Hit the Road? Totally awesome. The other two recruits, lesser known to me, have a respectable list of Star Wars and various other games under their belt and are going to serve as executive producers to “increase the studio’s output and contribute to the company’s growth in multi-platform development.” Keep your fingers crossed for Sam & Max on Wii!
Personally, I’m not sure how Telltale can improve upon its already admirable standard of quality, but I can’t wait to find out. Good times.
Well, for GameTap subscribers. The rest of you lot have to wait until tomorrow, and if you still aren’t convinced to make the purchase, check the game’s page tomorrow for a free demo! You shouldn’t be having any doubts though, the game is amazing. Definitely my favorite entry in Season Two so far.
That’s right, boys and girls: another fine piece of S&M merchandise is in the works! Check out the concept art and keep your eyes on the skies, junior astronomers!
Here are the facts, people. Surfin’ the Highway, the Sam and Max comic book anthology, is out again, 12 or 13 years years after the original release. STH will be available in softcover and limited edition hardcover, with the hardcover copies signed by Steve Purcell. Prices are 20 bucks for paperback, 50 bucks for hardcover.
Paperback Ships February 29th (woah, it’s a leap year), while the hardcover will come out later in the Spring of this year. However, you can Order them both now!
Read more details on this Telltale Blog post (or at least look at the pictures!).