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Submitted by Gekko 519d ago | news

Why The Walking Dead Made You Care About Clem Explained With Science

Leon Hurley: ''The Walking Dead is gaming’s Breaking Bad – everyone wants to recommend to those who haven’t seen it yet. The game’s emotional effects made it one of the highest scoring games on Metacritic and secured a shelf’s worth of 2012 awards. Now a science explains how it literally gets at your brains.'' (Culture, iPad, iPhone, PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Xbox 360)

Erudito87  +   519d ago
its articles like this that make me feel like an outcast for not caring about clem lol
DatNJDom81  +   519d ago
@Erudito87

It's ok. "A science" will explain why you didnt care.

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