You probably don't want to hear it, but Steam lets you choose between both languages in that game flawlessly....
Well, you already told me, and that's cool for all the lucky Steam customers. :)
I just think it's pretty lame when Steam is the only solution to bad design decisions. I bought the game directly from the developers and get a worse product? DRM and
no real choice in game languages? That's messed up. When I bought Sam & Max Season One retail some years ago, I adored this new hope for the adventure game market, but since then, after all the experiences I've made with them and their other games, I'm beginning to lose all my admiration and respect for Telltale as a company.
Thanks for the advice! It's good to know that you can remedy the automatic language recognition with command lines at least, but I still think it's lazy design that they didn't supply a graphical options menu for these matters, in-game or through a launcher window, especially in this time and age.