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Submitted by Chupa-Chupa 891d ago | review

TQcast: The Walking Dead: Season 1 Review (PS3)

TQ author writes: The topic of zombies is always a popular one, more so in the present day. Zombies themselves have become a type of genre in their own right: there are the classic slow zombies, the fast acting zombies, the strange inhuman zombies, the monstrous zombies, and the list goes on and on. Despite the large variation of the deadly deceased, what truly makes a great zombie epic is the people involved. Luckily, The Walking Dead, by Telltale Games, understands this point very well. (PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day") 4/5

jaggernaut25  +   891d ago
This game made me cry like a baby at the end. I am man enough to be okay with admitting that.

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