Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead: Episode 4 – Around Every Corner Review

To say or explain the journey which the characters in Telltale’s series based in the world of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead have gone through just past the midway point of this five part series is easy, yet difficult. To say emotional is simple, but to convey more into that is the difficult part. Horror, sadness, hopelessness and a bit of joy would just be a small fraction of what would need to be said. And now Episode 4 has finally been released to have us experience the next part of this terrific series.
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The Walking Dead: Episode 3 – Long Road Ahead Review

We all face choices in life every day, albeit some more difficult than others at times. It’s said that when we are at our lowest, that our true nature of who we really are comes out. But when the time truly comes, are truly sure that you are prepared to do what needs to be done? To quote n’ quote, “pull the trigger”? Because that is the feeling you could get after playing the latest entry of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead. After playing this entry, I feel this part of the story truly leaves a mark and sets the standard of dramatic games where other previous games of this genre could only strive to get too.
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The Walking Dead: Episode 2 – Starved For Help Review

With their second installment, Telltale Games continues the journey through the world of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead.  After a wonderful first episode that set the tone of the series, the question here is whether or not Telltale can deliver another fantastic entry.
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The Walking Dead: Episode 1 – A New Day Review

Creating video games off of licensed products can be a very tricky thing. Most games based off of movies and shows are usually panned and met with disappointment. After all, some of these simply feel like an attempt to cash in without much care to the actual game. But when Telltale Games announced that they would be making a video game based in the world of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead series, the game was met with some enthusiasm. Having already worked on licensed games such as Sam and Max, Tales of Monkey Island, Back to the Future and Jurassic Park series, Telltale stuck with the point-and-click style instead of making another zombie action game. But would this equal success for both Telltale and The Walking Dead fans alike?
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