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Submitted by Grateful Ghoul 665d ago | opinion piece

Are TellTale Support The Real Walking Dead?

The Walking Dead has won over 70 Game of the Year awards, and many would agree that it was quite refreshing to see a zombie-based game that focused more on characterization and emotion than action.

However, as the trophy cabinets slowly begin to gather dust, there are a growing number of gamers who are left feeling rather disgruntled about their treatment from Telltale Games which has proved that a great game can be undermined by unreliability and bad after-sales support. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Xbox 360)

MelonSaurus  +   665d ago
How did this get approved with a grammar screw up on word #1
GillHarrison  +   665d ago
The title is absolutely appalling. I can't believe it either.
joab777  +   665d ago
Lol. I do agree that it can be frustrating. Sometimes i feel like i gey every glitch. In their defense, it is not easy to get info back once it has been corrupted for whatever reason. That being said, i think many PR people are far behind in their techniques and practices. I actually went to school not too long ago for PR (well, it wasnt a major but was a big part of my study). Even then, twitter and facebook were not taught. Awareness of new social media has made even recent PR thought archaic. The ideas are the same but the implementation has changed, and the speed is warp. Many companies, especially small, are not prepared. So much can be diffused and/or rectified with promt action. And confrontation is forbidden. I hate to see great gaming companies destroyed by ignorance. I hope gamers, especially younger ones who have no memory of a world pre social media, dont overreact or do too much damage. Yes, some companies, bigger ones, have no excuse for their blatant actions but telltale may not have been prepared.
Diver  +   664d ago
bad spelling doesn't save the devs from the lazy truth.

my favorite was their promising inverted aim was coming. I buy a few more episodes then support emails me a month later and suddenly I'm a sucker for trusting them.
Timesplitter14  +   665d ago
has anyone... ever been far even as decided to use even go write this article??
Sketchy_Galore  +   665d ago
Are all your base belong to us?
GreenRanger  +   665d ago
Some of the articles approved lately have had:
Bad speling.
Grammar be wrong.
No punctuation at all in the article title description or comments.
No full stop/period
Sometimes there even been titles that haven't been finishe
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cr33ping_death  +   665d ago
The title.... it hurts my head :(
Baka-akaB  +   664d ago
In soviet russia ... nah not worth it .
Th3 Chr0nic  +   664d ago
these kind of poor headlines are happening daily on N4G getting more pathetic everyday.
MoXxXi  +   664d ago
This article is genius
Skate-AK  +   664d ago
"Sure, you could argue that the definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again whilst expecting different results."

I thought that was the definition of insanty?

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