When Telltale Games revived the Sam & Max series a few years ago, not only did they bring back two of the quirkiest, most lovable video game characters of the early 90s, but they revived the entire point-and-click genre. With the third season of Sam & Max, titled The Devilâ€™s Playhouse, now complete, itâ€™s clear that Telltale wasnâ€™t content to simply resuscitate a dead franchise or put adventure games back in the spotlight; they wanted to move point-and-click games forward, making them suitable for console gamers in the current generation.
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Once again, the developers at Telltale Games have proven that they are the masters of episodic gaming and point-and-click adventures. The Tomb of Sammun-Mak ends with a twist, setting up episode three, and is sure to leave gamers wanting more.