Submitted by shodan74 1079d ago | news

Walking Dead Dev Calls For Stronger Storytelling In Games

Telltale Games’ Jake Rodkin has claimed that many developers underestimate the importance of story and writing – and this has led to mainstream gaming being dominated by soulless, superficial experiences. (Culture, Jake Rodkin, PC, PS3, Telltale Games, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Xbox 360)

budbundystyles  +   1079d ago
Players call for absence of bugs that erase your Episode 1-3 progress.
dead_eye  +   1079d ago
That's a shame. I've had no problems with the game. What platform you playing on. Some seem to have more problems than others.

You can't knock the game for the writing
TrendyGamers  +   1079d ago
I had no issues until episode 3. Then I had people disappearing and the world turning upside down.
Saturne3  +   1079d ago
Last of Us hopefully will be as good or better storyline wise!

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