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  • Summary: Join the Freelance Police for a second season of adventure, crime fighting, and chaos. Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space starts with a giant 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. Babies will dance. Mariachis will sing. A giant battle robot will trash the streets. And when their friends are caught in the middle, Sam & Max risk their very souls to set things right. Five episodes: In the award-winning second season of the episodic Sam & Max series, five full episodes take Sam & Max to Hell and back on a mission to save their friends -- and their very souls. [Telltale Games] Expand
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  1. Even when the gameplay occasionally wears thin, the excellent characters and intense strangeness ultimately prevail. [June 2010, p.87]
  2. Unfortunately, the Wii version doesn't live up to the PC version due to heavy stuttering in some scenes.
  3. Despite its technical flaws this is a great adventure game, very fun and with many hour of durability.
  4. 70
    Beyond Time And Space is difficult to pin down with a single score. The source material is fantastic, but the Wii port suffers from grating technical issues. Definitely play this season of Sam & Max, but be aware of the Wii version's quirks before jumping in.
  5. Captivating adventure gaming, sadly ruined by a horrible port. [May 2010, p.52]
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