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Submitted by ICC_06 532d ago | review

The Walking Dead Xbox 360 / PS3 review - MMGN

MMGN: The Walking Dead captures the essence of the comic books and transforms it into an interactive story, rather than a simple game. The Xbox 360 and PS3 disc release removes the infuriating waiting of the episodic launch, but comes with a few control and performance issues inherent to controllers and the aging hardware. The horror, action and suspense are all there with a rare foray into the almost forgotten point-and-click genre, but it's the character development and emotional attachment that makes The Walking Dead essential for any fan. (PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Xbox 360) 8.5/10

Jyndal  +   532d ago
Bit late for a review of a game that took Spike TV's GOTY for 2012, wouldn't you say?
GrieverSoul  +   532d ago
My thoughts exactly!
Why review a game that released months ago??
Philoctetes  +   532d ago
Looking forward to your review of Mass Effect 2.
rpgenius420  +   532d ago
Lmao

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