Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space Remastered Test - Busy Pair Refill - Tutorial/Test

Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space Remastered Test – Busy Pair Refill – Tutorial/Test

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He has now arrived traditionally for part of the new old adventures of animal detectives.

12/12/2012 12:12 | From M_Anger | Description / Test

Like it or not, we live in the age of pioneers. I’m not necessarily a fan of this establishment myself (because then there really isn’t anything new to be done with this investment of energy), but there’s no doubt the games are worth crunching for one reason or another. tell tales Sam and Max The series also joined that streak last year and, as we wrote in our test, out of a bit of compulsion. They just wanted to make a patch for it, but it wasn’t so easy that it became a remake. Fortunately, the initiative was well received by fans, so here’s the second season, almost exactly a day out a year later.

Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space Remastered Test - Busy Husband Reload

a Sam & Max Save the World We discussed the series’ past, renewal difficulties, and major changes, so I won’t write about it again now (let’s read it). Let’s take a closer look at what we can expect Beyond time and place In case of renewal! Let’s first move on to the technical aspect, like the captions, which was a focal point last time. Fortunately, readability has been improved, and now we can set a wallpaper (older adventure also made it undo). On the other hand, a few will be able to suck their teeth when they find out that this time there is no Hungarian language among the options. The reason is very simple: it was not even in the version 14 years ago. What’s new, however, is the scalable hint system – we can set how often Max gives us advice if we get into trouble, if at all (because you can turn it off).

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The visuals have remained at the same level as last time, with the small screen having nicely shaded and revamped graphics. Right, I’ve been getting a normal toggle switch instead of the Lite since last year, so I was able to test it already connected to a TV. The quality isn’t bad either, but on the big screen, sometimes wrinkled edges and blurry textures look better. In this regard, owners of large PCs and consoles may be preferred (the game also appeared on Xbox One).

Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space Remastered Test - Busy Husband Reload

The story itself continues where it left off, but to the point where not only are there countless allusions, but especially the plot relies heavily on the previous one. In this regard, I would definitely recommend save the world Play it if you haven’t already. There will also be a lot of returning characters, but there will also be new ones (for example, a young lady named Stinky has taken over the old “good” Stinky’s canteen under suspicious circumstances). There are only five episodes this time around, but it’s probably a little longer (and heavier) so the usual 12-14 hour playing time is the same.

The plot and jokes perfectly bring the former high, and none of the fans will be disappointed. Right in the first episode, a giant, destroyed robot arrives on the street, using the lyrics of 80s songs to communicate. The sequels don’t fall behind on the sculptural heads of Easter Island, the story of a vampire strangled in a zombie apocalypse, the investigation of shopkeeper Bosco with a time-jumping past and future, and finally a descent to Hell to confront the Devil himself.

Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space Remastered Test - Busy Husband Reload

For those who enjoyed the first phase, this potion is almost mandatory, and for those who are just in the mood, get the date first, and then if you know it, chop it up – it’s worth it. See you next December, I dare an envelope The Devil’s Playhouse Remastered Access. ■

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evaluation

Sam and Max: Beyond time and space

Sam and Max: Beyond time and space
Positives

  • Consistently high level of humor
  • Continuous renewal of quality

Negatives

  • This time there is no Hungarian translation
  • A little wrinkled on the big screen
Sam and Max: Beyond time and space

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