Saturday , May 26 2018

The Walking Dead goes adventure brawler

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If you’re not familiar with the juggernaut that is “The Walking Dead” then you probably don’t have a TV, perhaps you’re living in a woodland cabin. Those of us that are familiar will recognise the Telltale games choose your own adventure games that have come out periodically since the show began, and now Next Games have picked up the name turning it into an adventure brawler called No Mans Land.

The press release hypes the game up to be an experience like the characters from the hit TV show have daily:

A game and a TV show have never been integrated in quite this way before, and we owe it to all the incredible support The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land received during its first year. We’re excited to work with AMC to expand the connections between the worlds of the TV series and game, giving fans an experience that continues to stay true to the show they love,” said Teemu Huuhtanen, CEO, Next Games

As a fan of the show I’ve jumped onboard and in the short time I’ve had with the game so far, I’m enjoying the game play and the story.

Will you be taking on the challenge of surviving the walkers?

Source: Next Games.

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Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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Um, this isn’t a new game, it’s been out for over a year lol. This announcement is basically to inform that they are integrating the events and characters of the current season into the game.

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