Get The Walking Dead Retail Compilation At A Store Near You, This May
Last year Telltale shocked the world with The Walking Dead, a point-and-click, puzzle, downloadable, episodic game which for all intents and purpose had everything against it but still managed to perform incredibly well.
The one really huge issue, though, is that if you didn’t have access to an internet connection (read: are a poster child for everything that the next-gen consoles are against) or had a legit Xbox LIVE ZA account (for some reason, I’m assuming licensing, this game isn’t there) then you were screwed and had to go without the excellent interactive storytelling experience, or try a friend and then resume being screwed if that didn’t work out.
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That is until a retail compilation of the series came out late last year. Unfortunately that was only for North America. Now, finally, the developer has confirmed releases for Europe, Australia and New Zealand. What’s important there is the part which says Europe because, contrary to what your Geography teacher taught you, that includes us.
The Walking Dead, in its physical retail version, releases for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on May 10th, and will bring all five episodes of the game on a single disc, also including subtitles in various languages if you’re so inclined. No pricing has been announced just yet, although the US version cost $29.99, with a Collector’s Edition coming in at $69.99, so use that as a rough guide.
Definitely get this when it’s out. Trust me, you want to play this. It has easily the best story of 2012, and you’d be absolutely bonkers to wilfully miss out.