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  • Summary: With an internet crisis looming and a viral video game holding its players hostage, in this episode Sam and Max need to slip into a new reality to set things right. Can our heroes crack this virtual case in time to avoid a worldwide system failure? [Telltale Games]
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  1. It's remarkable that Telltale can still, at this point in the series, reinvent the entire concept and create such an original and delightful adventure experience. The best episode yet.
  2. With short but sweet game play, easy puzzles and jokes that had the staff hurting from laughter, this episode needs to be played.
  3. This isn't the funniest episode - that was Abe Lincoln Must Die! - but I would call it the most fun. It is silly and the Internet references are spread across the past fifteen years or more, making it at once naive and relevant while keeping the emphasis on fun, Fun, FUN throughout.
  4. A fun experience crammed with humor. I'd recommend it inexperienced gamers as well as players who are into classic adventure games.
  5. It's like going to bed with clean sheets, and squirming around because you'd forgotten how great going to bed was. [June 2007, p.85]
  6. 82
    The jokes and puzzles are much more satisfying than we've seen in the series so far. Our only complaint now is that there doesn't seem to be enough connection between the episodes.
  7. Still fun, but disappointing. Here's hoping for a great finale. [June 2007, p.83]

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