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Sam & Max: Season Two Videos and Trailers - PC

Sam & Max: Season Two
Game Description:Sam & Max are on the job again in the Season Two collector's DVD of their infamous adventure series! Pop the disc in your DVD-ROM drive for five Sam & Max episodes chock full of adventure, crime-fighting, and chaos. The season starts with a giant battle robot attack and never lets up, taking our valiant crime-fighters on a gut-wrenching mission from the North Pole to Easter Island, from outer space to Hell and back. Special features! Experience hours of special features and behind-the-scenes goodies that rival any TV series boxed set on the market today. Hear commentary from the team who made the games. Peek behind the scenes at the game design process through concept art and designer notes. And if you're a savvy viewer, you may even uncover some surprises...
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