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Posted on Jun 1st 2009 at 08:26:31 PM by (Tondog)
Posted under E3 2009, Monkey Island, Telltale Games, LucasArts

MONKEY ISLAND IS BACK! This time, with a new episodic series from the modern masters of adventure, Telltale Games for Wiiware and PC. Here's the trailer:



Also, LucasArts has announced a remake of the first Monkey Island for PC and Xbox Live Arcade.



So yeah, this is a great time to be a fan of adventure games! Both games hit this summer. In fact, the episodic series starts in just one month! You can preorder the series right now at http://www.telltalegames....store/talesofmonkeyisland



Posted on Nov 14th 2007 at 08:01:14 PM by (Tondog)
Posted under Modern Gaming, Free Game of the Week, PC Gaming, Independent Gaming, Telltale Games, Sam and Max

Sweet mother of double jeopardy backstroking in butterscotch! In celebration of Season Two of their critically acclaimed Sam & Max episodic game series, Telltale Games has released Episode 4 from last season, Abe Lincoln Must Die!, for free! That's right, FREE!

The game continues the adventures of the Freelance Police: Sam, a detective dog, and Max, a "hyperkinetic rabbity thing". This time, they must travel to Washington DC and take care of the President who is enacting federally mandated group hugs before sporting events, putting an embargo on pudding, and requiring mandatory gun registration! Along the way, you will encounter many hilarious situations, such as Max becoming president of the United States, an incredible musical number, and the Soda Poppers becoming the Governors of North Dakota, South Dakota, and West Dakota (newly formed).

This game is a must play for it's sharp writing and intelligent humor, both of which are very rare to find in gaming (or any other media) these days. You can download the game direct from Telltale Games for free. If you like this episode, be sure to buy Sam & Max Season One from Telltale ($30 for a download of all six episodes, plus a free bonus DVD with the episodes and a ton of bonus features) or the boxed retail version from The Adventure Company/Dreamcatcher Interactive ($30 as well, but you don't get as many extras). Also, remember to check out Season Two, which just started on both Gametap and Telltale's website.

Seriously guys. This is by far one of the best games out there right now. I urge each and every one of you to try it out and see what you think.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
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