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Submitted by Murpho 778d ago | review

GamerNode | The Walking Dead: Episode 2 – “Starved for Help” Review

GamerNode Senior Editor Mike Murphy writes: "This is one of the less intense moments in The Walking Dead: Episode 2 – “Starved for Help.” As a result, it’s a true shame that Telltale’s videogame adaptation of the popular graphic novel will only be five episodes long, because at the rate it’s going I want there to be multiple full seasons. The bar was already set high with the first episode, “A New Day,” but the emotional and psychological levels reached in “Starved for Help” have hit a fever pitch the likes of which are rivaled only by some of the big AAA titles released in recent years." (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 2 "Starved for Help", Xbox 360) 5/5

italianbreadman  +   778d ago
I need to stop wasting time and play this already.

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