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Submitted by Tangenterines 649d ago | opinion piece

An Analysis of the Choices in The Walking Dead: Episode 1

Moar Powah's Laevatein writes: "The Walking Dead game was certainly a surprise. No one was expecting a modern adventure game, and no one was expecting it to be certainly that good. The Walking Dead seems to have subverted everyone’s expectations, and become one of the best games this year. I’m only currently going through it, however, and rather do something like review it, I thought I’d give my thoughts on the choices of each episode. Kicking off this zombie apocalypse is Episode 1! Also, beware of spoilers if you haven’t played the first episode yet." (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

ziggurcat  +   649d ago
the thing about making "choices" in a video game is that they really don't matter since you're already moving along a pre-determined path anyway.

this is what ME fans certainly didn't understand, and this game is no different.

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