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You know the routine by now, so let’s keep things simple.
The City That Dares Not Sleep will be coming August 30th, then August 31st for the US PSN.
You can view a trailer for the game exclusively over at Gamespot, or embedded below.
A wallpaper of a newspaper detailing Max’s rampage is available here.
Go forth enlightened.
GameTrailers have snagged an exclusive and are premièring the Beyond the Alley of the Dolls trailer. With all the Sam clones running loose, Sam and Max take shelter in Stinky’s Diner – but why did Gramps fire Sal and what’s with all those cloning pods?
As their embedding system sucks, check GameTrailers directly to see the trailer in all it’s glory. Only three more nights sleep until we go Beyond the Alley of the Dolls on July 20.
Sam is the focus here, smacking rats, moles and gorillas around as he tries to get the facts out of them and discover if they’re behind the brain theft. We also catch a glimp of Max’s psychic powers in action as he transforms into a blimp. Check the trailer out in the full post.
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.
The brand new and official trailer for the upcoming season three of the Sam & Max series, the Devil’s Playhouse, has landed on G4tv‘s website. Read on to watch it in full.
What’ve we learnt? The season will premier on April, with five episodes in total. Although the trailer only bears the Playstation branding, it can be safe to assume that will be seeing this on PC too. The official website is linked at the end of the trailer, offering you to pre-order, but at time of writing the site hasn’t gone live. As expected, there’s also an improved visual engine – lighting and shadows shadows, character models and textures all seem to be much nicer.
Then there’s the return of old faces like Harry Moleman, Flint Paper and Stinky along with new characters, some that we’ve seen in the concept art. Plus there’s shots of the street, not looking its usual self. And is that the soul train station…? Carry on reading for a step-by-step description of the trailer.
Update: It seems the trailer has been pulled from G4tv. At the request of Telltale, we wont be reposting the trailer. It should be up properly in a couple of days at the most.
Update 2: The trailer, along with screenshots and details, is now live on the official site.