Sam & Max: This Time It’s Virtual! launches on PS VR next week

Sam & Max: This Time It’s Virtual!, the over-the-top action VR title from developer HappyGiant and publisher Big Sugar, will launch for PlayStation VR on 23rd February, priced $19.99/€19.99, and with a 10% discount for PS Plus Members for a limited time.

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Join the irrepressible dog with a hat and hyperkinetic rabbity-thing in the duo’s first foray into Virtual Reality. Brought to life by an all-star team of Sam & Max veterans, including Sam & Max creator Steve Purcell, concept artist Peter Chan, and writer/designer Mike Stemmle.

Sam & Max: This Time It's Virtual!

Become part of the dynamic duo’s off-kilter world for a furious day of monster-slaying, obstacle courses, responsibly discharged firearms, and, of course, saving the entire freaking world. Sam & Max: This Time It’s Virtual! mixes quips, crime-fighting, puzzles and escape rooms with challenges of skill and classic point-and-click adventure sure to put even the heartiest Freelance Police cadet through their paces.

Sam & Max: This Time It's Virtual!

Gameplay Highlights
  • Experience the two-fisted japes and tomfoolery of internationally beloved icons, Sam & Max, in mind-melting virtual reality!
  • Push yourself to be the best of the best of the middling, as a dog and a naked rabbity thing harangue and cajole you through a bewildering assortment of Freelance Police Academy training challenges.
  • Discover the horrible and socially relevant secrets lurking behind, under, and within Cap’n Aquabear’s rotting theme park!
  • Give evil scientists and demonic trespassers their just desserts… with sprinkles!
  • Immersion is so real you can feel Sam’s breath on your neck!

Sam & Max: This Time It's Virtual!

Sam & Max: This Time It’s Virtual! is available now for Oculus Quest, SteamVR, and HTC Viveport Infinity headsets, and is coming to PlayStation VR on 23rd February.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!