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You won't believe what I found
Posted on Thursday, March 1 2007 @ 23:10:15 Eastern

So I was in town the other day returning Resident Evil 4 to United Video, and I thought I'd stop in the mall and browse. While I was in there, I looked in The Warehouse, and I found one of the best games of all time hidden in the software section for ten dollars: Sam & Max Hit the Road. Apparently LucasArts re-released it along with some others as part of their 'Classics' series. I agree with that title entirrely. Here's hoping next time I go there that Day of the Tentacle is there too!
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