| November 2, 2012 | No comment yet
In 2003, Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore turned the comic book world upside-down with an independent story about a guy who wakes up in a hospital, surrounded by the undead. In 2010, the world was, again, blown away by a drama about a family, struggling to survive in a world where the dead eat the living. In April of 2012, a video game hit the market that focuses on the characters, not the action, of a group of people forced together through desperate need. The Walking Dead: The Game is not a zombie killing arcade game. It is a survival game where the choices you make influence the way the story unfolds.
Players watch the drama unfold through the eyes of Lee. As walkers attack, Lee must find safety. You must help him decide what to do in each situation. Sometimes, he has the opportunity to hide in a house or run. Other times, he could team up with strangers or leave them to fend for themselves.
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