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Submitted by jbond1010 947d ago | review

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review | RadioPS

400 Days is the newest release from Telltale surrounding the Walking Dead franchise, which you can get your hands on for only 5 measly dollars via the PSN store. This iteration surrounds a localized place, and follows the short stories surround five different people: Bonnie, Wyatt, Russell, and Vince. Both the controls and the art style are identical to the original installments, which adds to the continuity between them, and suite the type of storytelling that Telltale is aiming for. You can choose to play these episodes in whichever order you prefer, and your choices in each can affect areas in the others. For example, choosing to leave a walker behind in one episode will affect if or how they appear in another. (PS3, The Walking Dead - 400 Days) -

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