Despite two former aborted attempts to revive the Sam & Max licence in a computer game, Telltale games have done what fans had been hoping for since that infamous "current market place realities and underlying economic considerations" press release.
The deal was inked only days ago, and few details are available as of now. Telltale stresses that the game will not be Sam & Max: Freelance Police, the LucasArts title whose highly-publicized 2004 cancellation was widely mourned by fans. New content will be developed, and the game will be implemented in an episodic format similar to that of Telltale's Bone games. Purcell, who works at Pixar, says he will be as involved with the Sam & Max project as he can be.So, where's the party at?