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Thursday, 27 September 2007 22:31

New Sam and Max season gets release date

Written by Slobodan Simic

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November 8, episode Ice Station Santa

 

Telltale games has announced that the first episode of Sam and Max Season Two called "Ice Station Santa" will debut on November 8 for GameTap subscribers. On November 9, the first episode will be available worldwide at Telltale's website.

The new episode puts our beloved two heroes in the North Pole facing the most powerful opponent, Santa Claus himself. Telltale has also announced that episodes will arrive monthly, and continue up to the season finale in April. Unfortunately the season will only feature five episodes. The second episode is scheduled for January 10.

We hope that the new season will be even more hilarious and exciting than the first one.


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