Sam & Max Save the World is getting a remaster for the holidays

Sam & Max Save the World Remastered Nintendo Switch release date December 2 Skunkape Games Telltale Games adventure port

Best of all, it seems that this is just the start - it looks like Skunape Games will be remaking all three of Telltale's collection of Sam & Max adventures. Sam & Max Save the World Remastered is set to release on Nintendo Switch and PC on December 2.

If you've already signed up then, Sam & Max Save the World Remastered is available for preorder on, Steam, and GOG for $19.99 United States dollars or the equivalent in local currency. While maybe not as popular as the original LucasArts games, the fedora-sporting canine and the hyperactive rabbit have still retained some kind of a cult following who will no doubt be pleased to know that Sam and Max Save the World, released by Telltale Games before their tragic closure, is being remastered.

Sam & Max are back again with their second game announcement of 2020.

If you're unfamiliar with the franchise, Sam and Max was originally a comic book series by Steve Purcell that later became an animated series. For those unaware, the original version of this game was an adventure developed by Telltale Games as an episodic series that began in 2006. In Sam and Max: Save the World Remastered, specifically, former child stars appear to have been hypnotized and the titular characters are on a mission to figure out who the culprit is behind this.

Do you like adventures? If you want to sniff out more about this dynamic duo then check out the official Steam Store page for Sam & Max Save The World Remastered.

That being said, there's one thing worth noting on the game's Steam page.

Sam & Max Save the World Remastered addresses these issues and more with overhauled graphics, gamepad support, restored audio, and numerous additions and tweaks made possible by the evolution of the development tools and the team's subsequent experience.

One of these studios in question is Skunkape Games. As such, it's safe to say that long-time fans don't have to worry about Sam and Max because the video game franchise is definitely in good hands.



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