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six epidodes for a season, right...but how many seasons?

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Hi everybody,

I can't find a topic about this, so I want to ask: how many seasons are planned???
I expect a season 2 with 6 news episodes soon!! and a season 3, and a season 4, and a season 5, and a season 6, and a season 7, and a season 8, and a season 9, and so on... :D :D :D
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  • I don't think Telltale have actually limited themselves to a set number of seasons, so why not? Sam & Max could be the EastEnders of episodic gaming. :D
  • In fact, games splitted in episodes crack me up... waiting makes me crazy!! :p
    but I really hope this works for telltale, and that we'll have thousands of episodes! :) :)

    sam&max will never die! ;)
  • Season 2 all depends on the success of season 1
  • Haggis;21042 said:
    I don't think Telltale have actually limited themselves to a set number of seasons, so why not? Sam & Max could be the EastEnders of episodic gaming. :D
    eastenders :D

    Sam: MAx wots wrong
    Max: Nuffin. Why wots wrong wiv u?
    Sam: Nuffin - so we're sorted
    Max: Why? wot u got a problem wiv

    :D
  • I'm kind of hoping for a full-length game for the next installation (currently called "Season 2"). I just hope this is successful enough for Telltale to get enough funding for an "ordinary" S&M game.
  • Don't count on it, MrSneeze...
  • I think once season 1 is complete..it could be very successful if they get a distributor and release it in stores.. particularly if they get a wii version going
  • Maratanos;21125 said:
    Don't count on it, MrSneeze...
    That line wins on so many levels.
  • MrSneeze;21123 said:
    I'm kind of hoping for a full-length game for the next installation (currently called "Season 2"). I just hope this is successful enough for Telltale to get enough funding for an "ordinary" S&M game.
    I think it might be time to fully embrace the episodic style. It completely worked for Season 1 - and it didn't cost us too much money either. I hope that more game companies jump on the episodic bandwagon.

    And answering the OP - I am sure we will keep having new seasons as long as Steve Purcell stays interested, and we keep buying the games.
  • Having it episodic works better in that it keeps the fans happy on a regular basis instead of one big game and then years of nothingness. We've already expirienced that... and it was dreadful...
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