Update: This contest is now over, thanks for all the incredible comments! Congrats to the winners who are almost definitely beating zombie ass right now. If you lost, well, better luck next time.
In case you hadn’t noticed already, The Walking Dead Episode 1 is available now and it’s pretty damn great. In case you haven’t already claimed your copy of the game, here’s your chance to get it it all for free. I don’t know about you, but I love free stuff. Like, if I saw free stuff standing on a street corner with its leg out all sexy-like, I’d take it out for a fancy dinner then back to my place for Scrabble. Now about this giveaway; I’m giving out a season pass (read: all five episodes of The Walking Dead) for Steam and another code that’s good for getting the first episode on XBLA. Head past the break to learn how you can get in on this.
To have a chance of winning this brain-munchingly delicious prize all you need to do is comment. However, uncle Adam isn’t accepting any and all comments, oh no sir. You’re going to need to do a little work for me first. Here are the rules:
In your comment you’ll need to include two things: the first is your ideal weapon for surviving in a zombie apocalypse, whether that’s a shotgun, a Crovel, or your two bare fists Chuck Norris style, and the second is which code you prefer (Episode 1 for XBLA or the season pass for Steam).
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