Submitted by Relientk77 1089d ago | review

IGN The Walking Dead: The Game -- Episode 4: Around Every Corner Review

IGN - The Walking Dead: The Game -- Episode 4: Around Every Corner does what a good pre-finale episode should do: it makes the wait for Episode 5 unbearable by setting up some amazing plot points. However outside of that -- the final few minutes and your choices therein -- Around Every Corner just keeps the narrative moving and fails to be all that memorable. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Xbox 360) 7.5/10

Walker  +   1089d ago
I love clem .
Blastoise  +   1089d ago
This is probably the score I would have given the third.
So far for me the second has easily been the best.
-Alpha  +   1089d ago
Wow, that's much lower than I would have given it. Favourite episode since the 2nd for me. Decisions made earlier seem to be finally coming around into more significant consequences, and there is a lot that is set up for Episode 5. They still managed to tell a good story, there were some very tough decisions to be made (like in Episode 2 were you are rationing the food), and they seem to be getting more technical with our past choices, so hopefully everything pays off into a player-unique finale.
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