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Sam & Max: 105 - Reality 2.0

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Sam & Max 105: Reality 2.0 is a graphic adventure video game developed by TellTale studios, and the fifth chapter of the first season of Sam & Max Save the World intellectual property composed out of 7 episodes.


The player takes a role of Sam who is the anthropomorphic dog accompanied by a hare-like animal called Max. Our characters are detectives, so the primary goal of the game is to solve criminal cases. While the usual point-and-click adventure scheme utilizes the usual pattern: the player can talk to NPC's, combine the elements to gain a new one and explore the landscape, Sam & Max throws the combining element out — now it is only possible to match the element together with a piece of environment to gain something new. Contrary to many games of the genre, Sam & Max feature a prototype of a non-linear structure, allowing one to travel between the crime scenes to investigate them thanks to 1960 DeSoto Adventurer — a navigator-like device.
As observed by numerous point-and-click titles, Reality 2.0 also allows the player to choose a line in conversation and it does not go unnoticed — the subsequent playthrough would be affected by one's choice.

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The fifth chapter of the game tells a story of interchanging between the Real and the Virtual worlds to find the culprit accused of turning every planet's dweller into a zombie by a new online game.

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Telltale Games
Telltale Games
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Last Modified: Jun 25, 2020

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"Sam & Max: Season One: Reality 2.0" is the fifth Episodes of the saucomic Episode Point and Click Adventures, whose first Season consists of six Episodes. The overturns sadistic Bunny Max and the jovial Dog Sam form a congenial Team. They are freelance police Officers, investigative Detectives and solve every Case with their Firm, however absurd or outlandish. Mechanically, we are in classic Point-and-Click. We (almost) always control Sam, click on Things that all trigger a Comment, stuff some of them into our Inventory, use them with other Things or other Protagonists, and select from multiple conversational Options for the latter. As classic as the Gameplay, so twisted is the Humour. Everything is taken on the Rails here, whether Television Formats or American Presidents. The more abstruse the better. In doing so, the Series doesn't shy away from bad Puns and Calaus. But it is precisely this disrespectful approach to everything and everyone that opens up the Range from sharp Parody to Level-free flat wit. Everything else is subordinated to a good Punchline. And that's exactly what makes for the Wit and Charm of "Sam & Max." This Episode "Reality 2.0" is mostly about Computers and the Internet. When outdated Computers tune a Motivational Song, it already has a great Comedy. We move a large Part in a Kind Of parallel World of the well-known Locations, the Internet version of Reality. Many Gags necessarily refer to the Time of the Internet, as it was a few Years ago. Nevertheless, the Jokes have quite an apt Irony and the Parallel World Structure offers a welcome Variation to the Well-known. As usual, this Episode is not primarily about the Puzzles, but about the anarchist-ironic Humour that always isolates Elements of the Real And parodies them through Overdrawing. As varied as the Settings of the individual Episodes may be (TV Studio, White House, the Moon), you are always on the road in all Episodes in the same core settings of the Home Road. The Puzzle Structure is also often similar. In Terms Of content, there are the wildest and most surprising Ideas, but structurally many Puzzles run according to the Motto: Do three or four Tasks and then come back, off. All small Weaknesses, however, are more than compensated for by the constant Humor Fireworks. In any Case, you should play the English-language Version if you don't want to miss Gags. The German Synchro makes an effort, but often-due to numerous Puns that can hardly be translated-has no Chance. The Playing Time is neat, because you are busy with each of the six Episodes about two Hours. (On Steam, however, you can only buy the whole Season 1 consisting of 6 Episodes anyway). Rating: 8/10 Atmosphere 9/10 Story 7/10 Graphic 8/10 Sound 7/10 Game Mechanics 7/10 Balancing 8/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Sam & Max 2.0 8/10 Overall Rating
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