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Thursday, 18 September 2008 14:33

Sam & Max coming to Wii

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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On the 7th of October

 

Telltale Games have announced that everyone’s favorite sarcasm-packed duo, Sam & Max, will come to Wii on October the 7th. At the same time, this will be a console debut for this game, as it was previously available only for PC owners.

This point and click adventure game will be “structured like a TV show,” and it will feature six episodes on a single disk, where you’ll be helping Sam and Max to uncover a hypnosis conspiracy.

Furthermore, those who pre-order this game through GameStop will get a CD with a bunch of goodies such as making-of video, trailers, concept art, etc.

More here.

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