Submitted by QD 928d ago | review

Review: The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct (Quarter Disorder)

Many fans of the show are going to get duped out of their money buying Survival Instinct. It does an extremely poor job of capturing what makes the show so popular. There are some cool ideas but nothing is done well. Survival Instinct looks and plays like a game made in a rush, because it was. Beyond the game’s intro cinematic, Survival Instinct shares little with the television show it’s based on and fails to replicate the magic of the program. Survival Instinct is playable so it does meet the bare minimum requirements of a working video game, but has about as much life to it as the undead roaming the streets of Georgia. This is a licensed game in the worst sense, personifying that justifiably dirty term. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, Xbox 360) 1.5/5

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