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On XBLA this week: Sam & Max Season Two, Axel & Pixel


8:30 PM on 10.12.2009
On XBLA this week: Sam & Max Season Two, Axel & Pixel photo



Yes sir, it's point-and-click adventure week on Xbox LIVE Arcade. Starting this Wednesday, Silver Wish Games' Axel & Pixel (800 Microsoft Points) plus Telltale Games' Sam & Max Season Two (1600 MS Points) will be purchasable.

Considering how Anthony gave the fourth episode of Sam & Max Season Two a ten -- something most of you know not to take lightly -- I think now is the time to invest if you haven't already played the game on PC. As for Axel & Pixel, there hasn't been a whole lot of talk, but the art is neat and it's probably worth a look too.

On a slightly related but not really note, those Hasbro LIVE Arcade games will be reduced in price this week, in case you missed it. A good showing overall, I would say.






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