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The Walking Dead
  • Publisher: Telltale Games
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  • Developer: Telltale Games
  • Release Date:Apr 24, 2012
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language)
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Game Description: Telltale Games presents an adaptation of the highly-popular graphic novel series, The Walking Dead. With a focus on story and character, The Walking Dead is an action-adventure game with RPG elements for the PC, 360, and PS3.
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    The Walking Dead Gameplay Preview


    Telltale Games Sr. Marketing Director Richard Iggo talks with Blair Herter about making The Walking Dead video game with a focus on character Lee Everett, and he shares some gameplay footage.

    Posted: May 15, 2012 | 9,367 Views | 02:14

  • The Walking Dead Episode 4 Accolades Trailer

    Posted: November 8, 2012

    3,696 Views | 01:12

  • First 15: The Walking Dead Episode 4 - Around Every Corner

    Posted: October 10, 2012

    3,083 Views | 15:47

  • The Walking Dead "Episode 3 Player Stats" Trailer

    Posted: October 5, 2012

    2,620 Views | 03:02

  • The Walking Dead "Episode 4: Around Every Corner" Trailer

    Posted: October 2, 2012

    1,661 Views | 01:41

  • The Walking Dead Gameplay Preview

    Posted: September 12, 2012

    7,905 Views | 02:53


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