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Submitted by GrimMedia 839d ago | review

The Walking Dead Episode 4 Review: The Dead March On | Gaming Examiner

TellTale Games is already halfway through ‘The Walking Dead’ episodic series. With only two episodes left, our companions have never had so little to keep them motivated. With three terrific episodes behind them, the final moments of Lee and his friends are close at hand. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Xbox 360) 9.5/10

thorstein  +   839d ago
I am ecstatic that they are making a Season 2 for this remarkable game. Ep 4 was certainly one of my favorites. while I didn't have the "holy eff, holy eff, holy eff" moments I did in 3, there were times when I felt that all the choices were wrong. And I accidentally picked the wrong dialogue and lied to Clem (I am such a bastard!) I can't believe how much this game effs with your emotions.
Tres21  +   838d ago
i aint mean 2 lie either i really wanted 2 do it.lol

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