This should come as no surprise since the first three episodes in Telltale Games’ fantastic episodic game The Walking Dead have all released about a month apart from each other, but in case you were worried, Around Every Corner will indeed be releasing next month. This could very well end up being the most intense episode to date, and if you’ve been keeping up with the series, you know that that’s really saying something. In related news, if you like your video games tangible — maybe so you can fondle them a bit? No one’s judging — there will be a retail compilation that will release alongside the fifth and final episode.
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The third episode in Telltale Games’ post-apocalyptic roller coaster ride The Walking Dead is out now, and wow, is it a doozy. The first episode, A New Day, introduced us to the game’s (mostly) likable cast of characters, then Episode 2 – Starved for Help took everything into an unexpectedly disturbing direction. Now it’s Episode 3 – Long Road Ahead’s turn to drain us emotionally with some of the grimmest storytelling I’ve ever seen in a video game. It’s dark, and as the middle point in the games it successfully manages to set the stage for the final two episodes. There’s also a very good chance this is the best episode yet.
The third episode in what has so far been a fantastic series of games based on The Walking Dead could be out as early as this week. Developer Telltale Games has done a remarkable job bringing the franchise to video games, so I’m very much looking forward to the series getting better and better. Feel free to check out our reviews of Episode 1 and Episode 2, or head past the break for a batch of screenshots and a brand new episode of Playing Dead.
In case you haven’t had the chance to grab the fantastic first episode of Telltale Games’ series based on The Walking Dead, now you have another way to experience the games. Available now for iOS devices–specifically the iPhone 4 and 4S, as well as the iPad 2 and new iPad–is the first of five episodes, with the other four following in the near future. You can purchase them individually for $4.99 or drop $14.98 for them all. If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead, zombies, or are just looking for a thrilling new game to keep you entertained while you’re on the go, these won’t disappoint.
Hot off the announcement that a brand new game based on the hugely popular series The Walking Dead is coming next year, Telltale Games has confirmed that the third episode in their amazing series will release in mid-August. So far, the games have only gotten better, so we’ll have to wait until next month to find out whether or not Episode 3 continues that trend. More info after the jump.
Not unlike how an undead horde can sneak up on you and your unsuspecting friends when you least expect it, Telltale does not like to give us much warning before a new The Walking Dead episode releases. This is quickly becoming a very busy week, and the good news keeps on coming as The Walking Dead: Episode 2 will shamble its way onto the Xbox 360 tomorrow with the PS3 and PC/Mac versions following on Friday (6/29). Like the first episode, it will cost 400 MSP ($4.99) and can be purchased from the menu in Episode 1, if you already have it (and you really should). Look out for our review later this week!
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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. READ MORE
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