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Submitted by Nerd4Sure 989d ago | review

Nerd4Sure.com - The Walking Dead Episode 4 Review

Written by Charlie Johnson - "Welcome back once again, Adventure Fans, as we delve deeper into TellTale Games’ The Walking Dead game with episode 4, “Around Every Corner". This time we finally make it to the remains of “civilization” and find out how the rest of the world has fared since the outbreak. As it turns out, not all is as it seems as we find the streets alive with the dead. Will Lee be able hold on to his humanity as he slogs through what’s left of Savannah? What about the rest of our merry band of survivors? Time to jump into fray and get into it." (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Xbox 360) 4.5/5

thorstein  +   989d ago
What? Ep 5 has been out for weeks. What rock do you live under?

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