Summary: This game offers all of the action and thrills of a beginner level Sudoku puzzle. This truly isn't a "Game" per say, it's more of a movie with minimal involvement by you, the player. The actual game play involved is extremely basic, on par with a pre-school type game. The only buttons used on the controller during game play are left and right stick, A, B and a rare Y. An old school Nintendo controller would be overkill for this game.
Summary: Bought for 20 yr old son. Said its terrible! Very little game play; more just watching a scenario and occasionally picking one of 4 options of "what would you do"; then watching your choice unfold. Sold at video store day after Christmas.
Summary: Well, I guess I just paid $30 for a printed game instruction manual. The DISC version of this game is massively flawed! Tons of LAG, jerky controls, loss of dialogue, skipped scenes, etc, etc. UNPLAYABLE. "They" obviously didn't bother to work out all the 'BUGS' before putting this game on hard disc.
Summary: this game is ok to an extent it gets real boring really fast just not my type of game. This is my own opinion. graphics could of been a lot better. I think if they would of put a lot more effort into the game it would of been a bad azz game.
Summary: I am an avid fan of the Walking Dead TV show, and when this game released, I was extremely excited to play as Darryl, one of my favorite characters in my favorite TV show. I turned the game on, started it, only to find out how POOR of a game it is. The graphics are undeniably AWFUL for a new game, and the missions are boring. The ONLY good thing about the game are the great voiceovers by Norman Reedus (Darryl Dixon) and Michael Rooker (Merle Dixon).
Summary: Not nearly as good as I thought it would be. levels are small and very linear and the gameplay is repetitious. Go here, get this, go back and avoid constantly spawning zombies. Once I finally finished it, I didn't have any desire to play it again.