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Submitted by Lucario 488d ago | review

DIehard GameFAN: The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review

DHGF: While 400 Days is an intriguing experiment with Telltale Games’s The Walking Dead formula, it is a bit shorter than other episodes in the first season even though it’s priced the same. The impact isn’t nearly as great as we’re just getting to know these new characters, but the situations and choices the players are forced to make aren’t any easier. There are some loose ties with the first season as far as pieces of conversation and set pieces go with a number of choices carrying over between the five personal stories of each of the characters you have the option to play. Being able to set up your season two playthrough a little bit with this is an interesting prospect and it will be interesting to see it play out, but if you’re looking for the same experience you had with season one of the Walking Dead you’re not going to quite get that same feel but it definitely is fun to revisit the world through Telltale’s game. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead - 400 Days, Xbox 360) -

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