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Submitted by -Mezzo- 817d ago | review

GameFocus - The Walking Dead Episode Four: Around Every Corner Review

GameFocus - It’s hard to imagine that even Telltale Games had any idea how successful their Walking Dead franchise would be when the licensing for the series, based on the comic book, was announced in February of 2011. After all, although the zombie genre has been well represented in gaming for years by the likes of Resident Evil, Left 4 Dead, and Dead Rising, these games were a far cry from the point and click adventures that constituted Telltale’s core strength. It made sense to me that this type of gameplay had its place for a light comedy game like Sam and Max, or for a return to Marty McFly and his DeLorean. (PC, The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner") 8.3/10

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