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Submitted by ThaTruthMVP 559d ago | review

The Wolf Among Us: Faith Review | Max Level

Max Level: "It’s no secret that The Walking Dead was one of, if not the best games of 2012. Selling over 8.5 million copies, helping to revive a weakened genre, and earning over 90 game of the year awards is proof enough that Telltale Games can create a story that keeps us coming back for more. Unfortunately, when you create a game as amazing as The Walking Dead, whatever comes next is going to be held to the same high standards. Thankfully, Telltale Game’s new endeavor, The Wolf Among Us, is already shaping up to be something just as extraordinary as The Walking Dead, if not more so." (PC, PS3, The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 "Faith", Xbox 360) 9.5/10

MeatheadMilitia  +   559d ago
This was a long and very well written review! Thank you for this.
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