Review – Sam & Max Save the World Remastered

Sam & Max Save the World (also known as season 1) first appeared on our computers in 2006. His unusual sense of humour, cheerful satirical stories and scandalously bizarre characters soon made him a classic point-and-click adventurer. Fourteen years later, the first episodic adventure game Telltale has been completely redesigned by Skunkape Games. The main question now is whether or not the game will last in its former glory.

Sam and Max, self-proclaimed independent police officers, are back in training! After the inspector received a phone call that former child stars had destroyed the city, a dog and a couple of rabbit hunters set out to solve the case. What begins as a simple investigation into a group of chaotic riots soon becomes uncontrollable and reveals a global brainwashing plot. Sam and Max will have to take risks all over the city, in the White House, on the internet and even on the moon to get their answers.

Sybil Pandemic runs a therapy room which is actually a tattoo salon. Tattoo therapy is real!

As a big fan of the game when it was first released, I was excited to play it again, this time with a complete visual makeover and new soundtracks. I’ll credit him when the time comes, this game looks great. Never before was the design of characters and layouts so beautiful using 3D models instead of the original 2D plan view. It seems that cartoon characters and lively animations can make the inconvenience even more fun.

The soundtrack was already excellent, but with the addition of five new songs it became even better. The songs are not only perfect for any area, but they also stick to you for a while. But it brings me my first hold with Sam & Max Save the World Remastered. Although all language acts are still excellent and largely intact compared to the original, there is one notable exception: Bosco.

Bosco, the owner of the uncomfortable Bosco, was one of the best characters in the game.

Bosco was one of my favorite aspects of the original piece, but for some reason they changed his voice as an actor for this version. It’s not so much that he didn’t do well, but that he didn’t have the same crazy, manic energy level as the original actor with the voice. It’s still fun and exciting, but anyone who was a fan of the game when it first came out will notice the difference right away. New franchisees will probably love it.

Nothing scary happens at the casino without Ted E. Bear’s mob. Nothing at all…

Which brings me to the next issue of Sam & Max Save the World Remastered: Jokes. The best part of this game has always been writing. It is characterized by crazy, unconventional humour and caustic satirical comments. There are many more of these elements, but to a much lesser extent. I don’t know why Skunkape’s games decided to change so much dialogue and jokes, but that’s just a small part of the brilliance that was there before. As if they are too afraid to maintain the same level of success as in the current, too sensitive climate. Unfortunately, this gives an important part of the game a feeling of castration and dilution.

I’ve never been to the White House, but that’s how I see it.

That doesn’t mean Sam & Max Save the World Remastered won’t be fun. It’s exactly the opposite. Despite the fact that the humor is not the same as in the original, it still has the same stories and puzzles as before. Returning fans should have no problem taking immediate action. Besides, people who don’t know the game will be happy with the crazy plans and rabbits (see what I did there?). I’ve always enjoyed spending time with him, and I look forward to the next remastered position.

Sam and Max Save the World Remastering received a complete visual repair. The 3D graphics give the animation of the character a more humorous liveliness. Since this is a point-and-click adventure game, the gameplay is not very demanding. However, I can congratulate him on not having too many puzzles that don’t make sense.
The voice is the same as before, except for a pronounced Bosco shift. The soundtrack has been further improved with five new additional soundtracks. Despite the fact that this version does not have the same quality of caustic humour, it is still a terribly funny time. Fans, new and old, will enjoy communicating with Sam & Max Save the World Remastered.
Phrase: 8.0

Sam & Max Save the World Remastered is now available on PC and Switch.

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A copy of the book Sam and Max Save the World was made available by the publisher.

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