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Submitted by Lucario 743d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: The Walking Dead: Episode 4 Around Every Corner Review

DHGF: The group has arrived in Savannah by the train they borrowed in Episode 3 and have moved into the city to try and work their way to the docks to look for a boat. Things get a little hairy when bells nearby start ringing splitting the group up and driving them into hiding once again. Still suffering from the leg wound last episode, Omid has started running a fever and Christa is ready to bail so they can find supplies. Kenny doesn’t want to talk or think about events from before and is gunning for a boat. While searching the waterfront Kenny and Lee are attacked by a survivor named Molly who is extremely good with her icepick and can move around the city well. We find out she’s been ringing the bells and about a mysterious group known only as Crawford. Given the comic’s trend of evil organizations, we can only assume Crawford isn’t the nicest group of survivors and the giant barrier made up of Walkers would seem to help drive that along. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Xbox 360) -

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