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The Walking Dead: The Game - Season 1 (2012)

In a world devastated by the undead, a convicted criminal is given a second chance at life when he comes across a little girl named Clementine.

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Lee Everett (voice)
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Clementine (voice)
Nick Herman ...
Glenn Rhee (voice)
Chuck Kourouklis ...
Hershel Greene (voice)
Nikki Rapp ...
Lilly Caul (voice)
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Kenny (voice)
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Katjaa / Jolene / Brie (voice)
Sam Joan ...
Doug (voice)
Peter Edward Mussad ...
Shawn Greene (voice) (as Peter Mussad)
Mark Barbolak ...
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Butch Engle ...
Vernon (voice)
Max Kaufman ...
Duck (voice)
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Irene (voice)
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Chet / David (voice) (as Brian Davis)
Jacob Battersby ...
Officer Mitchell (voice)
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In the wake of a zombie apocalypse, Lee, an ex university teacher convicted of murder, has a chance to redeem himself when he decides to protect an orphaned girl named Clementine. Your actions will determine who you are.

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24 April 2012 (USA)  »

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The Walking Dead: The Game - Season 1. Special Episode: 400 Days  »

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According to a Telltale Games livestream, A New Day was originally going to start with Lee's group in the drug store fighting off walkers, following a non-linear storyline. The scene with Lee in the police car wasn't made until later when they decided against going out of chronological order. See more »

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If you refuse to give Irene the gun, when she kills herself and Glenn goes to pick up the gun, the walkers appear from the forest, and even though Carley was given the gun back, Glenn still has the gun in his hand, as if Carley had an extra gun with her. See more »

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Cop: Well I reckon you didn't do it, then?
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References Soylent Green (1973) See more »

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Good but not the best
27 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

First of all, one big minus was a release glitch that made the episode both impossible to download install and play, and a lot of people had their saves ruined. It took quite some time before Telltale Games got their act together and fixed this, and overall, this soiled an otherwise spotless reputation, and an in other regards excellent game.

The episode is in itself a good and entertaining piece, but so far actually the weakest. The surprises are there as they should, and it is another emotional investment, but - in this episode, the game becomes a little more action oriented than previous episodes.

This is not necessarily a bad thing, but shooting zombies by the dozen is nothing new - frankly, I would have preferred to keep the zombies as scares instead of enemies to kill.

Characters come and go, and more so in this episode, and I think that's another low-point - TTG seems to not take care of characters properly in this episode, and that is a crying shame, especially since the characters we meet always has a personality that makes one care about them one way or another.

It is however a little unfair perhaps to judge the entire franchise after four episodes - instead, it would be better to look at all the episodes together, and look at the game how it is when all the pieces are there.


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