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The Walking Dead sells 1 million episodes, whatever that means

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Telltale's The Walking Dead game is doing well, which is good news, because it's a pretty great game. Telltale has announced that they've sold over a million episodes of the game across all platforms it's available on (PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and Mac).

What they haven't been clear on is whether that one million includes each individual sale, or if pre-buying the "Season Pass," which means prepaying for all five episodes, counts as five episodes sold.

Either way, a million five-dollar episodes is a lot, which is good news for Telltale. The second episode is due out in June.

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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (May 17, 2012)

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zippdementia posted May 18, 2012:

If they aren't counting it as five episodes sold per pass, it will be interesting to see how that affects the numbers for future episodes. I wonder if they are tracking this by dollars spent or games downloaded.

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