Submitted by dead_pixels 809d ago | review

The Walking Dead: 400 Days (Review) : HeyPoorPlayer

Francis DiPersio Writes- The Walking Dead: 400 Days has some big shoes to fill. Lee and Clementine’s adventure was one of the most emotionally charged stories I’ve ever experienced in all my years of playing video games. Watching the relationships I nurtured (or in some cases, neglected due to the game’s focus on making difficult decisions) over the game’s five chapters was a powerful experience, and when a main character bit the dust as a direct result of a decision I had made, I sincerely felt responsible. The best zombie games and movies are never about the undead ghouls themselves, but about the relationships people build against all odds, and the drastic measures people resort to when they’re backed into a corner, and in no game had it been executed better than in Telltale’s Walking Dead: Season One. (iPad, iPhone, PC, PS3, The Walking Dead - 400 Days, Xbox 360) 3/5

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