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The Walking Dead: A New Frontier

The more Telltale games that I play, the clearer it becomes the company strategy is quantity over quality. As of the time I am writing this post, they are 7 days away from releasing episodes for three different franchises at the same time ( 1,487 more words

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The Walking Dead: Michonne

I started reading The Walking Dead comic after I received the first 5 volumes as a gift during Christmas 2012. I had already given up on the AMC show but I heard the comics were good. 949 more words

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The Walking Dead: Season 2

The Walking Dead: Season Two is like almost every sequel, bigger, flashier, but not as good as the original. I will forever claim that the first season of The Walking Dead is one of the best games ever made, so the sequel sits in an impossible situation to live up to it. 906 more words

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The Walking Dead

It was just before midnight on Saturday, August 17th 2013 when I had completed the last episode of The Walking Dead. My butt was comfortably sitting in an indentation on the left cushion of my second hand couch that was formed over the 6 or so hours it took me to play the last three episodes of the game. 1,584 more words

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Back to the Future: The Game

With 12 story based point and click adventures under their belt that explore the universes of Bone, Sam & Max, Homestar Runner, Wallace & Gromit, and CSI, Telltale received their big break in obtaining the Back to the Future license in 2010. 1,010 more words

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Batman: The Telltale Series

Telltale Games earned my respect with The Waking Dead (now known as season 1) and is the only game that has ever caught me off guard and forced me to cry. 724 more words

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