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Submitted by Filthcardia 702d ago | article

The Walking Dead: Around Every Corner Sets a New Standard

Jeff from Holygrenade writes: "I’m not the first person to favourably and proudly triumph Telltale’s rendition of The Walking Dead. In fact, I previously wrote why the episodic series deserves Game of the Year considerations. How the studio has consistently presented the intensity of surviving a zombie apocalypse is marveling and no doubt contests the best the medium has to offer in terms of storytelling. And even over four episodes, with the last of season one arriving December 4, that same intensity continues frighteningly, building to a conclusion which will leave the head spinning." (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Xbox 360)

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