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Writers:
Gary Whitta (written by) (episode)
Charlie Adlard (based on the series of graphic novels by)
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Plot:
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. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
7 wins & 8 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Great game See more (19 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Dave Fennoy ... Lee Everett (voice)

Melissa Hutchison ... Clementine (voice)
Nick Herman ... Glenn Rhee (voice)
Chuck Kourouklis ... Hershel Greene (voice)
Nikki Rapp ... Lilly Caul (voice)

Gavin Hammon ... Kenny (voice)

Cissy Jones ... Katjaa / Jolene / Brie (voice)
Sam Joan ... Doug (voice)
Peter Edward Mussad ... Shawn Greene (voice) (as Peter Mussad)

Erin Yvette ... Molly (voice)
Mark Barbolak ... Police Officer / Zombie Voice (voice)
Butch Engle ... Vernon (voice)
Max Kaufman ... Duck (voice)

Brett Pels ... Irene (voice)
Brian R. Davis ... Chet / David (voice) (as Brian Davis)
Jacob Battersby ... Officer Mitchell (voice)

Terence McGovern ... Larry Caul (voice)
Trevor Hoffmann ... Ben Paul (voice)
Rebecca Schweitzer ... Clementine's Mom / Diana (voice)
Julian Kwasneski ... Cop Radio (voice)
Ruby Butterfield ... Radio Announcer / Steve / Travis / Boyd (voice)
Mark Middleton ... Mark (voice)
Adam Harrington ... Andy St. John (voice)

Brian Sommer ... Danny St. John (voice)
Jeanie Kelsey ... Brenda (voice)
Sean Ainsworth ... Bandit #1 / Zombie Voice (voice)
Jack Fusting ... Bandit #2 / Zombie Voice (voice)
Ben Knoll ... Bandit #3 / Zombie Voice (voice)
Lazar Levine ... Bandit #4 / Zombie Voice (voice)

Owen Thomas ... Omid (voice)

Mara Junot ... Christa / Anna (voice)

Roger Jackson ... Charles 'Chuck' / Logan / Stranger (voice)
Jolie Menzel ... Beatrice (voice)
Erin Ashe ... Molly (voice)
Jason Victor ... Olive (voice)
Anthony Lam ... Stranger (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kevin M. Burns ... David Parker (voice) (as Kevin Burns)

Kim Farris ... Walker Eating Girl (voice)
Brittany Lee Hellmeister ... Zombie (voice)

Christine Lakin ... Jane (voice)

Marie Paquim ... Laura (voice)
Issac Ruff ... Sam (voice)
Nicole Vigil ... Carley (voice)
Ryann Weller ... Various Zombies (voice)
Ashley Whitman ... Girl Walker (voice)
Maxwell Zorbel ... Bandit (voice)

Directed by
Sean Ainsworth 
Nick Herman 
Dennis Lenart 
Eric Parsons 
Jake Rodkin 
Sean Vanaman 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Charlie Adlard  based on the series of graphic novels by
Mark Darin  written by (episode "Starved for Help")
Robert Kirkman  based on the series of graphic novels by
Tony Moore  based on the series of graphic novels by
Harrison G. Pink  story by (episode "Long Road Ahead")
Jake Rodkin  story by (episode "Long Road Ahead")
Sean Vanaman  written by (episodes "A New Day", "Long Road Ahead", "No Time Left")
Gary Whitta  written by (episode "Around Every Corner")

Produced by
Kevin Bruner .... executive producer
Dan Connors .... executive producer
Brett Tosti .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jared Emerson-Johnson (music by)
Jared Emerson-Johnson 
 
Makeup Department
Randy Ball .... KNB EFX accountant
Donna M. Premick .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
James T. Moore .... post-production supervisor
 
Art Department
David Blankenship .... set designer
Javier J. Espinoza .... choreographer
Erik Ose .... environment artist
Ryann Weller .... choreographer
 
Sound Department
Peter Drescher .... dialogue editor
Jared Emerson-Johnson .... voice director
Jack Fusting .... sound designer
Eric Gotthelf .... adr mixer
Julian Kwasneski .... lead voice director
Julian Kwasneski .... voice director
Jory K. Prum .... dialogue editor
Jory K. Prum .... sound recordist
Jonathan Smiley .... sound utility
Amanda Rose Smith .... dialogue editor
Cindy Wong .... dialogue editor
 
Stunts
Brad Balentine .... stunts
Bob Fisher .... stunt performer
Michele Thompson .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Barrett .... best boy grip
Jermaine Brantley .... rigging electric
Adil El Kassy .... second assistant camera
Randy Tharpe .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Brandi Quinn .... costumer
Ellen Semones .... set costumer
 
Location Management
Gordon Wycherley .... location scout: pre-production
 
Music Department
Bret Levick .... composer: additional music
 
Transportation Department
Derek James Gober .... unit driver
 
Other crew
Sean Ainsworth .... cinematic artist
Vahram Antonian .... cinematic artist
Nicole Baker .... payroll clerk
Jared Emerson-Johnson .... voice director
Bradley W. Harris .... security guard (as Brad Lee Vaude)
Fernando Jay Huerto .... motion capture performer
John Karnay .... additional writer
Jonathan S. Kennedy .... stand-in: Chad L Coleman
Julian Kwasneski .... voice director
Julian Kwasneski .... voice producer
Amanda Widoniak .... production coordinator
 
Thanks
Robert Kirkman .... special thanks
Justin McMenamin .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Walking Dead: The Game - Season 1. Special Episode: 400 Days" - USA (videogame episode)
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51 min
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Trivia:
The Walking Dead Game Season 1 has won over eighty video game awards.See more »
Goofs:
Miscellaneous: A sign on the abandoned shack near the train track is misspelled ('Tresspassers' will be prosecuted).See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Cop:Well I reckon you didn't do it, then?
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Movie Connections:
References "The Walking Dead" (2010)See more »

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11 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Great game, 30 September 2012
Author: Warge

The Walking Dead - The Game goes back to the zombie genre's roots, and turns the zombies into sources of horror instead of gun targets - that is what I think might be the most important aspect of this game, since there are no hordes a la Left 4 Dead to gun down.

And that is important I think to know. The story that plays out is very character driven, and it is more important to interact the right way with the right person than finding a Big F_cking Gun to mow down zombies with.

The protagonist: As in many other games, it is not possible to make your own character - you play as the former university teacher Lee Everett, starting out on his way to prison. This is in some ways a weak point - the game doesn't become so much of an RPG as an interactive film, but luckily, Lee is interesting enough so you don't loose interest in him.

Gameplay: Playing the game on a PC is a breeze - a lot of effort has gone into making sure you only need the movement keys and the mouse to play the game - the inventory is only accessed when needed and everything is lined up in a very straightforward way, from responses to actions.

Here I should also mention that people listens to what you say (or not say in some cases) and remembers it. This is a quite simple way of getting the player involved, especially when people starts referring to what you have said earlier.

Script: Since each episode provides about 2 hours of gameplay, here is the really great strength of the game: in a very short time, you get to know the people around you, and when something happens you CARE. Some very intelligent writing has gone into the game to make sure you will get a very real, and very genuine feeling out of it.

Rating: The game is rated M, and in such a game, it would be almost mandatory to include a couple of steaming sex scenes, but they are very absent. This is actually part of the game's appeal - there is no forced love scene with someone you don't really want to get involved in - but there IS blood. And a lot of it.

Graphics: Since the game is based on the comics, it has taken on graphics that resembles that. This is kind of cool, but sometimes, this is taken a little too far, when you see drawn lines as shadows where there shouldn't be any.

Sound and voice acting: Pretty standard. The voice acting could be a little better, but it works.

All in all, this is a great game and the big shame is that the first season is only five chapters long. But there is hope - apparently, there's already a season 2 in the making.

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