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PC/Mac Game Review: ‘The Walking Dead — Season 2 Episode 1: “All That Remains”’

The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 1 "All That Remains" Review

Despite minor defects, the Telltale recipe works: Clem is still adorable; surprising situations are connected; and I am still amazed at some of my choices afterwards. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘The Walking Dead Season Two – Episode One’

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The Walking Dead Season Two is off to a great start for fans of the first season and anyone else who is interesting in great storytelling in an interactive game. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘The Wolf Among Us: Episode One – Faith’

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Telltale once again brings a comic to life with 'The Wolf Among Us,' but the opening episode 'Faith' poses more questions than it answers. Read More »

PC/Mac Game Review: Poker Night 2

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Telltale returns to the franchise. Should you? Read More »

PC/Mac Game Review: The Walking Dead — Episode 4: “Around Every Corner”

Experience the chaos in Savannah as Lee Everett and company march towards the season finale. Read More »

XBLA Review: The Walking Dead – Episode 3: “Long Road Ahead”

"Long Road Ahead" is paced a little differently than the previous episodes and is a little more languid and sentimental. Read More »

PC/Mac Game Review: The Walking Dead – Episode 3: “Long Road Ahead”

How a Telltale's character-driven zombie game competes with its action-based predecessors Read More »

PC/Mac Game Review: The Walking Dead – Episode One

A new look at the world of The Walking Dead, this videogame rendition explores the experience of a brand new group of survivors. Read More »

PC/Mac Game Review: The Walking Dead – Episode One

There is good, there is bad, and there is certainly ugly present in episode one of Telltale's latest game season. Read More »

PSN Review: Jurassic Park – The Game, Episodes 3 & 4

The lesson: greed is bad — and this game should suffice as proof. Read More »