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The Walking Dead Episode 4 out tomorrow

Hey, I'll be the first to admit when I'm wrong.

The fourth episode of The Walking Dead is hitting the PSN tomorrow, a few weeks earlier than past trends might have lead one to believe. XBLA and Steam will see the new release a day later, on Wednesday.

This fourth episode is written by Gary Whitta, the writer of the film The Book of Eli, and proxy for Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. This episode promises to be even more depressing than the last, somehow.

With the new episode of the game tomorrow, the premiere of the third season of the show this coming weekend, and the start of a reportedly dramatic new arc of the comic next week, it's a good time to be a Walking Dead fan.

Reported by Rhody Tobin


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