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GOG.com welcomes Sam, Max, and Guybrush


12:30 PM on 06.26.2012
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GOG.com has been my go-to site for adventure gaming for quite some time. It used to just be for the classics I remember from my misspent youth; whiled away with pointing and, indeed, clicking. Now, more and more modern titles have been appearing, ever since the website did a spot of rebranding. Telltale's popular adventure series' seem like a good fit with GOG, which is convenient as two of them have been added. Tales of Monkey Island has been released on the service today, alongside Sam & Max's first two seasons. 

If you haven't taken them for a spin already, then now is the time to do so. To welcome the games to the site, GOG has put them up with a 60 percent discount until July 3. That gets you Sam & Max Save the World and Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space for $11.99 each, while Tales of Monkey Island is $13.99. Telltale have done a wonderful job bringing these franchises back and they are well worth your time.






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