Summary: It's been a long time coming, but I finally got around to playing "The Walking Dead: 400 Days", the special DLC episode that is a bridge between both the first and second seasons of the surprise hit of 2012. With how long I've waited to play it, you could say that it's felt like it's been 400 days! And listen to all those crickets chirping...
Summary: The Walking Dead: 400 Days is not just more of the same, nor is it simply a bridge that has not yet been burned- bridging the gaps between what is the first season of Telltale's TWD, and the soon-to-come second season. 400 Days is an experience in its own right, and one that is not only worthwhile, but just as exciting and harrowing as Lee and Clementine's is at their most intense moments.
Summary: One of the best stories out there. I certainly recommend checking this out. The 400 days DLC was not worth $5 and had nothing to do with the story. The options in dialogue was fun to play with.
Summary: The Walking Dead: 400 Days is the latest installment in Telltale's critically-acclaimed adaptation of the The Walking Dead series, a comic that has redefined the survival horror drama with its riveting characters and tragic portrayal of Humanity in the midst of the growing zombie apocalypse.
Summary: The Walking Dead was a gaming success last year winning over 85 Game of the Year awards. The story was always on pace and made up for the 'little gameplay.' It's not hard to imagine why so many people are a fan of the game, and with a season 2 coming fans can only get more hyped. A few months ago TellTale announced a DLC episode for the first season. An episode that will tell a different story and feature new characters with heavy decisions to be made by the player.
Summary: First let me preface this review with this. I am not a "hard core" gamer. I do not sit in front of a gaming console all day, swilling red bulls, and hanging with my dudes and bros talking about how epic we are. I am a casual gamer, and this game is very good. Could the graphics bet better? Sure, but who cares. The game is fun, and the game play is good, with lasting replay value. If you are a fan of zombie games, and or the Walking Dead series you will like this game.
Summary: To start off with my biggest complaint, there is only one ending. And in a game that is all about choices, that is just unacceptable. But don't get me wrong I had a blast playing this game. The comic-booky charm of the graphics and gripping story had me from the second I started playing. Also just because there was only one ending doesn't mean that your choices don't mean anything. Everything you say and do effects the way the game plays out toward the single ending.