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Submitted by IRBGamer 527d ago | review

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct Review- Keep Walking | IRB GAMER

IRB Gamer: "Terminal Reality has done an outstanding job of destroying a fan base for this game and driving their studio into the ground. I’ve played plenty of broken games, but none quite like this one. We wouldn’t recommend looking forward to any DLC’s they decide to release simply because Survival Instinct is not worth it! If I were Michael Rooker or Norman Reedus, I’d be asking the company to remove my likeness from the game." (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, Xbox 360) 1.25/5

MultiConsoleGamer  +   527d ago
Ouch!
FrightfulActions  +   527d ago
I didn't think it was all THAT bad. Certainly not worth its current price point (10-15 dollars would be acceptable) but still.
bigalmkal  +   527d ago
give this a miss me thinks.....

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