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Bunny vs Robot


If you somehow managed to wade through all ninety thousand words of my fevered ranting about Telltale's Sam & Max episodes recently, you might have noticed that, despite my other criticisms of the series, I do have a lot of time for Episode 4: Abe Lincoln must die. Apparently it was the best reviewed of the series too, so it's not just me being mad.

Well, turns out the whole three-to-five hour fandango's just been released for free, to help promote Season 2 of the game - the first episode of which is released this Thursday. It's well worth a play, whether you're yet to try any of the series or if you'd given up on it ealier, as it's a bit of a change in direction and, I'm told, has informed some of Season 2's approach.

Go geddim from here. Happily, it's now a direct download from Telltale, rather than through IGNPlanetSpot's nosey sign-up process, incidentally.

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