The lights are on
Activision hasn't had much to say about its adaptation of AMC's The Walking Dead, which is quite odd considering the brand's stature. The game released today, and we wasted no time running out and firing it up for this Test Chamber episode. Jeff Cork and Tim Turi joined me for a look at the game's opening section. If you were expecting a mindless FPS, you might be pleasantly surprised.
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Looks okay. Not sure yet. Video looked playable could be fun
Looks very good I expect it would be crap like they made crash crap
this game had the worst trailer i think i have ever seen
No, it still looks pathetic.
Wow this release came out of nowhere. It looks a lot cooler than I expected though.
certainly has potential and those 30 min looked like fun. it also looks un-polished and a little rough. i'll wait for reviews.
I totally wanna play this game, if i can I'll rent it first.
Still looks like a mindless FPS to me.
This game seems like it has some cool ideas but it is just so rough looking, the combat looks particularly bad. It is a shame because if the studio was given more time I think it could have been quite good.
It looks alright, but the TellTale version of The Walking Dead will always be my favorite.
This game looks like it could have been alot better but it seems they kind of got lazy when it comes to combat.
nice to seen that they see the dead walking in the intro to!
Not as bad as I thought it would be. Are you guys going to do a test chamber for Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate?
Looks like a decent game, might give this a whirl when/if it releases for cheap on Steam.
Nice Idiocrasy reference Reiner
So, after watching the trailer I didn't really think much about this game. It didn't look like it even came close to matching Telltale's awesome game. After seeing this my perspective and opinion has changed. They didn't try to go toe to toe with Telltale, they did their own thing and it genuinely seems interesting. Obviously I don't know everything because I have not played it but I kind of liked what Reiner showed off.