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The Walking Dead: 400 Days

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Platform: PC
Genre: Graphic Adventure (Horror)
Developer: Telltale Games


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The Walking Dead: 400 Days review

Reviewed May 20, 2014

Never3ndr says: "If you are looking for another emotionally moving tale that will bring you near (or to) tears, you are in store for some disappointment. If you are a hardcore fan of interactive storybook games set the Walking Dead world, you will probably like this game...maybe even love it."
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