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Sam & Max -- Season 1 Episode #1: Culture Shock Videos and Trailers - PC

Sam & Max -- Season 1 Episode #1: Culture Shock
Game Description:Sam & Max are back in this episodic series based on the hit adventure franchise. Distributed on GameTap as part of the GameTap monthly service (and later available available individually on Telltale Game's website), these Sam & Max chapters are all-new adventures for the detectives. Steve Purcell, lead designer on the original, has worked closely with Telltale, a company is partly staffed with former LucasArts employees, to bring the duo back into action. The premiere episode is "Culture Shock," and begins as Sam and Max discover that a group of former child stars have become involved in nefarious deeds. Only the six foot dog and his cunning rabbit companion can unravel the mystery!
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