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Submitted by Bitsnark 946d ago | review

Review: The Walking Dead 400 Days - Save/Continue

Save/Continue writes:

"In the end, you can’t help but think that Telltale would have benefited more from playing it straight; creating an effort that directly bridges into season two (with those assurances in place) rather than a haphazardly disconnected collection of zombie yarns with characters that you’re never given long enough to really bond with. An issue exasperated by the fact that the developer has yet to give any concrete promises as to whether or not these characters will even make it into the next season in the first place." (The Walking Dead - 400 Days, Xbox 360) 7/10

Sidology  +   946d ago
I've heard that this is depressingly short.
Bitsnark  +   945d ago
Its extremely short, yep. It still manages to cram in some pretty effective storytelling though.

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