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Submitted by -Mezzo- 844d ago | opinion piece

The Most Terrifying Thing about Walking Dead Series? Not Being Able to Control the Camera

Kotaku - Lots of people have been lavishing love onto Telltale Games' adaptation of the Walking Dead. The terror of the zombie apocalypse—first imagined in Robert Kirkman's comics work—comes across as deeply personal in the episodic video game series. People have cried playing these games. But another, angrier emotional response has been bubbling up, too, generated not by the story but by the games' controls. (iPad, iPhone, PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Xbox 360)

camel_toad  +   844d ago
Geez get over it. It's a sore spot at times but everything else makes up for it. It's not like the game is a 3rd person platformer action game where it's necessary to have decent camera control.
Saturne3  +   844d ago
Someone is low on ideas to write articles...
Abdou23  +   844d ago
Why would i want to control the camera in a game like this ?!
ABizzel1  +   844d ago
The Most Terrifying Thing about Walking Dead Series? Not knowing how long you have to wait until the next episode.

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