Sam & Max Season Two Update: First Episode 202 Media, Episode 203 and 204 Titles, Holiday Gifting

Telltale Games just sent along a huge update detailing more about the remaining episodes in Sam & Max Season Two. Start off with a trailer and screenshot gallery sampler for Episode 202: Moai Better Blues, which is on tap for a January 10-11 launch. After that you’ll find the complete release schedule for the entire season, which also happens to unveil the full titles for Episodes 203 and 204 for the first time: Night of the Raving Dead and Chariot of the Dogs, respectively. And finally comes word about the availability of gift versions for Episode 201: Ice Station Santa and the full Season Two pass — get either one of those for the PC gamer on your holiday shopping list and they’ll be a happy camper for sure.

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Sam & Max Season Two Release Schedule:

Episode 201: Ice Station Santa – already available on GameTap and on www.telltalegames.com.
Episode 202: Moai Better Blues – January 10 (GameTap) / January 11
Episode 203: Night of the Raving Dead – February 14 (GameTap) / February 15
Episode 204: Chariot of the Dogs – March 13 (GameTap) / March 14
Episode 205 – April 10 (GameTap) / April 11

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