In the film a special high mountain command composed of 9 experienced soldiers is sent to a military base in a desolate high plains moor of Colombia with which contact was lost several days ago… and was believed to be the target of a guerrilla attack.
Upon arrival, the only person found inside the base is a peasant woman who is heavily chained. Gradually, the isolation, the inability to communicate with the outside world and the impossibility to escape, undermine the integrity and sanity of the soldiers, causing them to lose the certainties about the identity of the enemy and creating them doubts about the true nature of that strange and silent woman.
Prisoners of fear, paranoia and a dark secret that they carry, they will challenge each other becoming animals willing to kill one another in order to survive.
Has every night since The Walking Dead’s season finale been a struggle for you as you fought to overcome the shakes and sweats that are telltale signs of WDW, or Walking Dead Withdrawal? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Thankfully, a game just came out that can help you get your Walking Dead fix, and it’s also way cheaper than black tar heroin. Head past the jump for my review of The Walking Dead Episode 1.
The first of five planned episodes of The Walking Dead recently became available on PSN, PC and Mac earlier this week and we now know when it’ll be making its way to Xbox Live. Tomorrow gamers will be able to jump onto Xbox Live and download The Walking Dead Episode 1 for an easy 400 Microsoft Severed Zombie Limbs, or $5. In case you missed it, you should definitely head past the break for the launch trailer! READ MORE
The Walking Dead Episode 1 kind of snuck up on me, but immediately upon learning it was out last night I decided to do something I haven’t done in years. That’s right, I actually bought something from PSN. The game’s currently only available on the PS3, PC and Mac, with the Xbox 360 version set to release sometime in the (hopefully) near future. This is the first of five episodes Telltale Games has planned to come out over the coming weeks and because it’s fairly short — it’ll take you around 2 hours — it only costs a paltry $5. I spent about an hour with it last night and while I won’t give it all away here so you actually have a reason to check out my upcoming review of the episode, it’s pretty fucking awesome. Feel free to feast your eyes on the launch trailer after the break. READ MORE