When I heard that Telltale was going to make a game adaptation of The Walking Dead, I must say I was a bit concerned. See, I am a huge fan of the comic book and I have not even dared to watch the TV series, so considering that their previous work on Jurassic Park (and Back To The Future to some extent) had been disappointing, I feared the worst. It turns out I was wrong and I don't regret purchasing the first season, the first episode being rather promising in terms of storytelling. Sure, it is more or less a sort of interactive graphic novel, where you are forced to make choices and take full responsibilities of your actions, but it is really faithful to the comic book and it definitely oozes atmosphere. If you're interested, stay away from our videos, as I think you don't want to spoil anything of what happens, especially if you haven't seen any gameplay footage yet. Our 1080p videos were captured at 60 fps and are obviously from the PC version.
And the cops in this game, damn... But I love that I can do things like: [url] (2 Hours ago)
I take my time with this game, explore everywhere and talk to every NPCs, cause unlike a lot of other games, they do say relevant stuff. I dig that. (2 Hours ago)
there. A cop will warn you when you get off the train. Golem City is awesome too. Fantastic game so far. Plenty to do next to main story too. (2 Hours ago)
@MikeManiac61: Exactly, or how Augs are not allowed on the Naturals train or special Naturals benches, if you do get on that train NPCs in the loading cutscene will look at you like you don't belong (2 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: Like the officers and civilians calling the Augs "clanks". "Augs Lives Matter" also is a good subtle hint. (3 Hours ago)
The way the developer implemented sensitive subjects like racism in Deus Ex MD is damn well done. (5 Hours ago)
The BF1 interface is literally the same thing. The only difference is you load a huge client to reach the UI instead of clicking on a bookmark. Guess which one is faster? (23 Hours ago)