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The Walking Dead Collection
« on: November 02, 2017, 01:10:58 AM »


Season One of The Walking Dead - A Telltale Series redefined expectations for storytelling in video games, winning over 100 Game of the Year Awards. Now, the first three critically acclaimed seasons, an anthology, and a mini-series starring the blade-wielding icon Michonne are available for the first time in one package. The perfect way to prepare for the end - the final season comes in 2018.

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Re: The Walking Dead Collection
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2017, 02:18:54 PM »
I've never played any TellTale Game more than once. Maybe it's just me, (don't get me wrong, they're some of the best written stories in gaming) but I'm not really sure about the replay-ability of the TellTale games. I get it in terms of achievements. TellTale is always good for an easy 1000GS, but are people really interested in playing these games again simply on account of improved visuals?

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