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The Walking Dead: Episode 4- Xbox 360

The Walking Dead: Episode 4- Xbox 360
alaScore 88

9 reviews

Sep, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. Some have doubts about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the The Walking Dead: Episode 4- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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The Walking Dead Episode 4: Around Every Corner

 

Here at Darkstation, we don't wind up getting most of our review codes until after a game has come out, and my code for Walking Dead Episode 4

Episode 3 of The Walking Dead finally put interesting characters into a plot that I was actually interested in.. After that, Episode 4 started creating a series of gameplay moments that not only influence the game, but are set up in such a way and...

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The Walking Dead: Episode 4 - Around Every Corner Review

 

The newest Walking Dead episode is enjoyably tense, but a more formulaic script and a greater focus on action make Around Every Corner weaker than its predecessors.

Loads of tension and a cliff-hanger ending ; Atmospheric visuals and fantastic voice acting

It's hard to care about the new cast of characters ; A few technical problems

Game design has some weaknesses, as well. Push-button action sequences have been multiplied. Combat has you blowing away zombies on such a regular basis that they don't seem all that intimidating anymore. In the previous episodes, zombie attacks were...

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The Walking Dead: Episode 4 – Around Every Corner

 

The shambling undead represent many things; from our fear of death, misunderstanding of other cultures, a means of control, our self-believed power and understanding of the world shrinking in on itself, to a conclusion of sins, and much more. In these...

The narrative is perhaps one that wouldn’t work outside of the videogame format, and that is absolutely fine. During my conversations with the young girl Clementine I began making choices as if I was her dad. The father & daughter musical harmony that...

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The Walking Dead: Episode 4 - Around Every Corner Review

 

The Walking Dead Episode 4 is most likely the worst episode yet, but it's still far better than most games on the market.

Overall, The Walking Dead Episode 4 is still enjoyable. It can keep you occupied for four hours and manages to continue the story that episodes 1-3 started. It's worth playing just so you can see the story through to the end. However, it is nowhere...

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The Walking Dead - Episode 4: Around Every Corner Review

 

The newest Walking Dead episode is enjoyably tense, but a more formulaic script and a greater focus on action make Around Every Corner weaker than its predecessors.

Loads of tension and a cliff-hanger ending ; Atmospheric visuals and fantastic voice acting

It's hard to care about the new cast of characters ; A few technical problems

Game design has some weaknesses, as well. Push-button action sequences have been multiplied. Combat has you blowing away zombies on such a regular basis that they don't seem all that intimidating anymore. In the previous episodes, zombie attacks were...

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