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All aboard! The second episode of The Devil’s Playhouse is now available for public consumption over on Telltale’s site for PC and Mac and on the North American PSN. The episode is expected to be on Steam shortly, over on the European PSN in a weeks time and on the iPad… sometime. There’s still no date on that.
The search for the Devil’s Toybox continues in The Tomb of Sammun-Mak, where we see our beloved detective duo’s ancestors unravel a mystery full of shady characters. Check out our review while the download percentage antagonises you.
Today is the day of The Devil’s Playhouse: The Tomb of Sammun-Mak, the second episode in Telltale’s third season of Sam & Max. With a helping hand from psychic powers, delve into the ancestral past of the detective duo as they try to nab the Devil’s Toybox.
Is it a worthy follow up to last month’s Penal Zone? Follow the link below to read our full review and find out.
It’s not long now until we’ll be flying into the past with The Tomb of Sammun-Mak. We’ve had concept art and screenshots and to round it all off we now have an intriguing trailer courtesy of Gamespot.
After a brief recap of the previous episode, the trailer goes on – well, back – to show us some of the new characters and locations in motion. There’s also a brief glimpse at some of the psychic powers we’ll be getting our hands on. View the full post to see the trailer below.
Not long after the first batch of media for The Tomb of Sammun-Mak, the game has been dated a release of May 18th for PC, Mac and NA PSN and then the EU PSN on the 26th. No date has been given for the iPad, nor has it been indicated we can expect one any time soon.
A blog post at Telltale revealed the above information, along with a plot synopsis – “a slew of shady characters are clamoring for the [psychic toys], and only Sam & Max’s respective great-grandparents can stop said evil-doers (with a little help from some new psychic powers)” – and four new screenshots viewable below.
After a brilliant opening to The Devil’s Playhouse, it’s no surprise that fans are clambering in anticipation for the second episode. To whet their appetite, Telltale have released a single screenshot from the The Tomb of Sammun-Mak along with lots of concept art (viewable below).
There is also a short interview with Andy Hartzell, lead designer and writer for the episode, available on the blog. In it Andy discusses what it was like to work on the series, characters we can expect to see and his favourite part from the episode. The Tomb of Sammun-Mak is expected to be released in the coming weeks.