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Submitted by PNeafsey 728d ago | review

The Walking Dead: 400 Days (Mac) | FTG Review

FTG Writes: Nobody expected The Walking Dead to knock everyone on their asses as hard as it did. The TellTale Games darling swept us off our collective feet by doing what very few games ever could have done: push the narrative and characterization aspects of gaming further than ever before. Throughout the game, we grew attached to characters like Lee and Clementine, so when TellTale begins pushing The Walking Dead: 400 Days, you might be left a little wanting if you’re expecting the same familiar faces this time around. No, the fact that we get a whole new cast of characters is what makes The Walking Dead: 400 Days so endearing. TellTale makes you care again – despite a much smaller package – and gives a small glimpse at what we’ll see from The Walking Dead: Season 2. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead - 400 Days, Xbox 360) 9/10

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