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Submitted by Gekko 839d ago | interview

Walking Dead: Episode 4 writer discusses romance, death, and the imminent Season Two

Earnest Cavalli:

We talk to Gary Whitta, writer of The Walking Dead: Episode 4, about the series' increasingly dark tone, and the possibility of a sequel.

In the course of reviewing the four episodes of Telltale Games’ adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead released so far, we hope that we’ve impressed upon you all just how much we’ve enjoyed this game. Episode 1 was surprisingly excellent, Episode 2 was even better, Episode 3 soundly trumped its predecessors, and Episode 4 raised the bar even further, throwing twists and turns at players so rapidly that Twitter is still bursting with short missives from fans playfully decrying Telltale for generating so much genuine emotion via the game’s razor-sharp storytelling. (Gary Whitta, iPad, iPhone, PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Xbox 360)

thorstein  +   839d ago
I wish they asked the question: "Why no, Next Time on the Walking Dead?"
JohnApocalypse  +   839d ago
Unless SCEE says that all the episodes will come out on Euro PSN the same time as everyone else I'm going to buy Season 2 on 360. I don't care if I have to pay extra £3 without the season pass

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