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The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead: Episode One—A New Day Review

Three Slices Through the Same Exquisite Corpse

The Walking Dead: Episode One—A New Day Screenshot

HIGH Tense and significant story-based choices.

LOW Not knowing whether I was stuck or just waiting for the plot to progress.

WTF The way to break a window "silently." Also, batteries.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 73: The Walking Dead, Episode 1 and The State of Open World Games

In this episode we feature a full blown discussion of The Walking Dead, Episode 1, and Richard drinks the most Richard-like thing that he could possibly drink. Not enough, you say? We also look at the good, the bad and the ugly of open world games. Stop what you're doing right now...unless it is downloading this PODCAST! With Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken, Richard "I'm not wasting a bullet" Naik and Dylan Collins.

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The Walking Dead Screenshot

Started playing (and finished, actually) The Walking Dead, Episode 1A New Day on Xbox 360 last night. It runs about two hours and costs $5. For fans of the comic/show, it's an absolute must-play. It's best described as a combination of point-and-click gameplay with some Heavy Rain thrown in, and the mood and atmosphere are just perfect.

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