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Season 4 Speculation/Suggestion Thread

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I'm addicted to it I need it and it's awesome so after I'm done playing the devils playhouse ten more times when can I expect to pre order season 4

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  • 401 would be confusing =P Sam goes to the elevator with past max in end of 305 ... so it will be like 204 again??? and i liked season 1 and 2 story better then season 3 but i like the gameplay for all 3 seasons =D i want season 1 and 2 on PS3 T-T oh well i could dream can i ??? XD

  • @Gogeta504 said: 401 would be confusing =P Sam goes to the elevator with past max in end of 305 ... so it will be like 204 again???

    Just because they have the time traveling elevator doesn't mean they'll end up back at the events of 204, they'll probably go wherever the time stream takes them.

  • Knowing pervious seasons I don't think we'll get to see the events after entering the elevator, they'll probably just step out of the elevator during the first episode and it's back to the same neighbourhood.

  • What future vision is it the one about Emperor Sku'kape the Second?

  • I just finished season 1 and I have say i haven't laughed that hard since Spaceballs and even the puzzles were different and engaging. They should bring back that feel and atmosphere for season 4. Also some more Bosco humor that s$@t was funny.

  • Maybe 401 could deliver fanservice by somehow making the toys of power reappear, but Sam prime and Max X decide the best thing to do is use them to send Yog-Soggoth back to the dark dimension (or destroy them, whatever floats your boat), meanwhile, Satan is making sure everyone who died in season 3 is there in hell, but when he sees Max, he releases him as a mark of tribute to all the people he and sam sent to hell. But because he's SATAN he also releases all the villains. So the episode could be about Sam and both Maxes trying to stop Skun'kape and the other villains getting the toybox, while also trying to destroy it or use it to send yog-soggoth home. It could be called "Sam & Max 401:The Twin Lagomorphs"

  • I have my own ideas for Sam and Max Season Four, which I orginally posted in the "Sam and Max Ideas!" forum. Pay Attention, Telltale, because I got ideas that will BLOW YOUR EVER-LOVING MIND!

    @StrongBrush1 said:
    Sam and Max Season 4: Into the Void

    401: Back to the Past
    After the DeSoto gets damaged (as a result of one of the clones somehow crashing it) Sam and Max go see Momma Bosco for a car repair. Shes fixes up the Desoto, and also installs a power supply which she calls a "flux capacitor" And warns them not to drive over 88 mph. Being themselves, our heroes ignore this rule. Once they are done saving the world (Again) they see how fast the car can go on it's new power. They exceed 88 mph, and suddenly it takes them to a futuristic dystopia in which an old friend or enemy (or possibly someone else) has become Overlord of all humanity, without Sam and Max being there to stop him. Having found out how this will happen, they head for the DeSoto, which is sadly out of fuel. To make things worse, the new overlord has destroyed all time-travelling objects, and ordered the Death of our two heroes, should they be seen. So knowing this, Sam dons a Lab Jacket and Gray wig, and Max dons an orange vest and a blue shirt and jeans, and they pass themselves off as Doctor Sam Brown and Maxwell McFly, as they search for a source of fuel.

    402:The Island of Dr. Morona
    Our heroes make it back to the present, where they decide to take things easy. Suddenly, the duo get an invitation to a remote island location, where they are promised to meet a lot of old friends. When they finally arrive, they discover a mad scientist at work, kidnapping their friends and performing horrible experiments in attempts to make a successful human-animal hybrid. When the scientist discovers that the duo is already a pair of hybrids, he lets them roam about the island, and our heroes set out to save the island's inhabitants.

    403: The Day Before Yesterday

    After Saving the island from the mad scientist, our heroes head home to discover that the city is completely abandoned. No reasons are in sight. So, naturally, the characters,being curious, search throughout the city for any signs of life. The search turns up three: Bob Bell, Curt 286, and Chippy. From the information they gather, they figure out that while they were away, a massive abduction took place. Our heroes hear that during the abduction, a teleporter was left behind, so Sam and Max try to find the teleporter in the city. The only problem is that it's in pieces.

    404: A Grip on Reality

    The Teleporter they have assembled takes them to a reality in which our heroes live not in America, but in London, UK. They go about looking for their British selves, and find out that THEIR teleporter needs fixing. Once they've fixed it, they go back to their own and wind up in the 18th century Caribbean. The machine is then broken. Stuck there, they are forced to search for a way to fix the machine, running into their Caribbean universe selves along the way. Finally, they return to an Earth the Day of the abduction, and discover the fiend behind this insidious plot. (As is the tradition with fourth episodes, this will be the best one ever.)

    405: Apocalypse Then

    Having Finally arrived at the instance of the abduction and discovering the face of the villain, the duo get to work preparing to destroy him. First, they have to get onto the space ship. The guard has strict orders not to let them on board. So, with a little help from their friends Superball and Momma Bosco, the duo decide to infiltrate the ship in a complex manner: By transforming themselves into humans. They all sneak on board, and as soon as the spaceship takes off, the duo get into the villain's control room and bring the hammer down on this hardened criminal. Literally.

    BOOM!

  • @Hatley said: Maybe 401 could deliver fanservice by somehow making the toys of power reappear, but Sam prime and Max X decide the best thing to do is use them to send Yog-Soggoth back to the dark dimension (or destroy them, whatever floats your boat), meanwhile, Satan is making sure everyone who died in season 3 is there in hell, but when he sees Max, he releases him as a mark of tribute to all the people he and sam sent to hell. But because he's SATAN he also releases all the villains. So the episode could be about Sam and both Maxes trying to stop Skun'kape and the other villains getting the toybox, while also trying to destroy it or use it to send yog-soggoth home. It could be called "Sam & Max 401:The Twin Lagomorphs"

    Now that's what I'm talkin' about! But I wonder what the rest of the season would entail. Maybe that should be episode 2. I feel like this needs some kind of build up.

  • @Hatley said: Maybe 401 could deliver fanservice by somehow making the toys of power reappear, but Sam prime and Max X decide the best thing to do is use them to send Yog-Soggoth back to the dark dimension (or destroy them, whatever floats your boat), meanwhile, Satan is making sure everyone who died in season 3 is there in hell, but when he sees Max, he releases him as a mark of tribute to all the people he and sam sent to hell. But because he's SATAN he also releases all the villains. So the episode could be about Sam and both Maxes trying to stop Skun'kape and the other villains getting the toybox, while also trying to destroy it or use it to send yog-soggoth home. It could be called "Sam & Max 401:The Twin Lagomorphs"

    Wouldn't Satan also want to release Sam X, too? Nitpicking aside, That sounds pretty cool.

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