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Telltale Games' episodic installments of The Walking Dead are finally all here. Find out why this is a game that should not be missed...
Season 2 of The Walking Dead has begun, and you're going to want to see what Telltale has done...
400 Days isn't a full-blown season of Walking Dead, but it provides a small slice of life for those interested in getting a tease of Season 2...
The most surprising thing about Telltale Games’ latest episodic adventure is that you quickly forget it’s from an American developer. That’s no small feat when dealing with something as quintessentially British as Wallace and Gromit, nor is that – for the most part – it feels right.
Although we’re certainly a fan of the plasticine pair of Wallace and Gromit, we have to concede that our review of the first episode was spot-on. While the game was a great adventure, the humour evident in the Wallace & Gromit films and Telltale’s other games was lacking.
After the bland trip to The Last Resort, Muzzled is a much needed return to form for the Wallace & Gromit point-and-click episodes. It’s by far the closest the series has got to nailing the spirit of the original animations, with a proper villain, lots of fun contraptions, and a stronger level of puzzles.
That makes three out of four sub-par releases for Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures. They’ve felt like Telltale’s red-haired stepchild over the course of their short run. Sadly this, the finale, is easily the worst.
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