Storyline changes based on gamer choices.
True to the tone of the comics.
Strong adventure game elements.
Interesting choose-your-own-adventure choices.
Gripping storyline and first-rate characters and dialogue.
Crazy action sequences.
No keyboard mapping options.
Some night scenes a bit dark and murky.
Some scenes go too long with no action.
Point and click controls need work.
Some big choices have no impact.
Camera angle is too restrictive in many scenes.
By Tech2 on December 29, 2012
T elltale's episodic The Walking Dead series has been a dark horse of sorts. In an era where point-and-click is almost dead, no one expected a mash of ‘90s point-and-click nostalgia and the current obsession with zombies. But contrary to...90
By 1UP on December 06, 2012
Warning: the following review contains significant, life-shattering spoilers. You have been warned.Bob Mackey: I've been following Telltale's efforts since they revived Sam & Max in 2006, and while I've played and enjoyed nearly everything...94
By Blogcritics on May 15, 2012
When the zombie apocalypse comes, there will be more than bloodshed. Society will crumble. Infrastructure that took centuries to build will be destroyed in days. And families will be torn apart. When Robert Kirkman created the graphic novel series The...80
By Blogcritics on May 14, 2012
Telltale Games do point-and-click adventure/puzzle games brilliantly. From Sam & Max to Monkey Island and even to Back to the Future, they have shown that they have a certain perspective on the genre that is unparalleled by other developers. What...60
By New Game Network on May 12, 2012
There was a time when I could not picture the zombie apocalypse except with a standard backdrop of a suburban shopping center or inner-city mob imagery. Now, thanks to the combination of the Left 4 Dead franchise and the excellent Walking Dead AMC TV...79
By Strategy Informer on May 10, 2012
I’ve been sat here for a good ten minutes trying to work out how to start this review. Do I start by comparing The Walking Dead game to all the games it shares similarities to? Do I jump into praising it for everything it deserves to be praised...90
By PC Mag on May 07, 2012
Gamer and Walking Dead fan? Without question you will love The Walking Dead game....80
By Tech2 on May 05, 2012
I wasn’t surprised to hear of a video game adaptation for Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead but I was curious to see how the whole adventure route would work in this universe. Over time, our minds have been accustomed to mowing down hordes...80
By NZGamer on May 04, 2012
I have a confession to make; while I have played many adventure games in my life, I have never considered myself a fan of the genre. It is for this reason that The Walking Dead: A New Day is the first game by Telltale Games I’ve ever played. I...-
By PC Gamer on May 02, 2012
By some creative miracle, modest difficulty and interaction are outweighed by genuinely great survival...90