Freezes and skips through scenes!! Telltale is a horrible company.
Christopher Minshew, Amazon
24 November 2014
Summary: The game wont play with out hesitating and freezing during the action scenes. VERY disappointed that Telltale games sent out a game with issues and bugs like this. I have zero issues with the seller; however, Telltale should offer me a refund. A game is meant to be played and this one is unplayable after five minutes. My Xbox 360 has all the requirements to play this product... Sorry excuse for a company.
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: My grandson tries to play this, and he gets quite frustrated. He showed me that when the gun is 3-4 feet from the zombie how the bullets veer away from the zombie making it impossible to make the kill. Very frustrating! It is definitely a problem with the game, NOT a problem of the player. I believe an upgraded fixed version of this game should be given to all purchasers of this faulty version.
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: I'm a big fan of the series and a moderate gamer. My observations: 1. Linear. To the extreme. The game basically tells you where to go. It will place debris in your way to funnel your path. Not only that, you have the option to jump, but if the computer doesn't want you to jump on something, it won't let you. Something as simple as climbing on a crate of pallets, or climbing a fence is strictly not allowed.