Tag: Walking Dead

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Game News

[Update: Game Released] The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 3: What We Deserve will be arriving April 26th

Telltale Games has announced the release date for the third episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne game for all platforms, along with screenshots and a trailer for everyone to check out. In case you are new to this series, this is a three-part story that follows Michonne during the time where in the comic books (between issues #126 and #139) she left the group of survivors and disappeared.

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Game News

The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 3: What We Deserve will be arriving April 26th

Telltale Games has announced the release date for the third episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne game for all platforms, along with screenshots and a trailer for everyone to check out. In case you are new to this series, this is a three-part story that follows Michonne during the time where in the comic books (between issues #126 and #139) she left the group of survivors and disappeared.

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Game News

[Update: Released] The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 2 – Give No Shelter gets a trailer and details released

Telltale Games has released a trailer along with details regarding the second episode of their Walking Dead: Michonne mini-series. For those of you not familiar with this series, episode 1 arrived back in February 2016 and the story for this three-part series follows Michonne during the time where in the comic books she left the group and disappeared. If you’re a comic buff, this happens between issues #126 and #139.

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Game Reviews

The Walking Dead Pinball Review: A Decent Attempt At Bringing The Franchise To Pinball Fans

Some background: As a life-long fan of video arcades since their beginnings I’m also a tremendous fan of pinball machines. It has only been in the last few years that video emulation of pinball has gotten close to matching the experience. In terms of commercial pinball video games there are two very different camps: On the one hand you have Pinball Arcade that places an emphasis on making reproductions of actual physical machines, on the other you have Zen Pinball that keeps the broad strokes of physical machines in mind but abuses the fact that there are no limitations to what they can do, making only original tables. While, on the whole, I will admit I’m more inclined to enjoy the best converted Pinball Arcade machines there are several Zen Pinball machines I’ve gotten some quality hours with. Rather than have my reviews for these tables go over the merits of the game engines themselves, we’ll assume that the people reading the reviews are familiar with the base games already and are only really interested in a review of just the table itself.