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The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series Out Now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC


The Walking Dead The Telltale Definitive Series

Have you already played every season of The Walking Dead? Is your collection scattered all over the place across multiple consoles? In that case, you might be interested in The Telltale Definitive Series available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC as of this writing. Published by Skybound Games, it’s the ultimate collection for every fan of the series. And the best way to experience Clementine’s growth across all four seasons.

Back when it launched episodically, The Walking Dead defined Telltale Games as masters of narrative. When most zombie games focused on carnage and crafting weapons, The Walking Dead told one of the most heart-breaking stories of its time. And now, The Telltale Definitive Series contains this story in its entirety.

But wait, there’s more! The Telltale Definitive Series also includes additional episodes “400 Days” and “The Walking Dead: Michonne”. That’s well over 50 hours of gameplay! All of it in one neat package and available for download on the Xbox Store for just £39.99. You can also get it from the PlayStation Store or exclusively via everyone’s favourite PC offering – the Epic Games Store.

Still not convinced? The Telltale Definitive Series now features the Graphic Black art style and full dynamic lighting across all episodes. Additional gameplay improvements include enhanced character performances and lip-syncing.

A “Return of the Walking Dead” documentary features behind-the-scenes insights from developers and voice actors. And several in-game bonuses include a music player with over 40 tracks from the game, an art gallery and a 3D character model viewer.

If you’re still not sold then… then we hope a zombie devours your brains because you’re not using them right! You won’t get a better deal than this outside of the Merchant’s store in Resident Evil 4. And even he’s struggling to compete.

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series is so much more than just a simple compilation. It’s a love letter to the devout fans of the series and the legacy that Telltale Games will leave behind. Whether you’re a returning fan or completely new to Clem’s story, this compilation is the way to go. And if you wish to know more about the bits and bolts of The Walking Dead, then keep your eyes and ears peeled for our upcoming review.

Game Description:

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series contains all 4 Seasons, 400 Days, and The Walking Dead: Michonne, which includes over 50 hours of gameplay across 23 unique episodes. With graphical enhancements, behind the scenes bonus features and faithful recreations of classic menus, this is the definitive way to experience Clementine’s journey and find out how her story ends. · Graphical Enhancements: “Graphic Black” art style brings Season 4’s enhanced visual style to all previous seasons of the acclaimed series.  Will also include full dynamic lighting to episodes that previously did not receive this upgrade. · Behind the Scenes Bonuses: Exclusive looks at the making of the game from the developers, VO artists, and other team members that brought Clementine’s story to life.  This includes over 10+ hours of developer commentary and “Return of the Walking Dead” documentary short. · Gameplay Improvements: Character performances, lip syncing, and other gameplay and UI enhancements make this the definitive Telltale’s The Walking Dead experience. · Even more digital bonuses: Music player that includes 40+ tracks across all seasons, art gallery, 3D model viewer with playable voice lines, and new 3D front end that still includes the original menus and music from all past seasons.

Edgar Wulf
Edgar Wulfhttps://madeinarcade.home.blog/
Classified as a young snob for the way he prepares coffee, Edgar still resorts to a V60 dripper for preparing his favourite morning beverage. High on caffeine, Edgar spends his leisure time playing visual novels, but give him the chance and he'll talk your ears off about Resident Evil and Devil May Cry. He refuses to play mobile games and doesn't understand the appeal of Pokemon.
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