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The Rod of Arafel. The Walking Dead has been critically acclaimed, with reviewers praising the harsh emotional tone of the story and the empathetic connection established between Lee and Clementine.
It won year-end accolades, including Game of the Year awards from several gaming publications. More than one million unique players have purchased at least one episode from the series, with over 8.
Season 3 and Season 4 of The Walking Dead were released in and , respectively. The Walking Dead is a graphic adventure , played from a third-person perspective with a variety of cinematic camera angles, in which the player, as protagonist Lee Everett, works with a rag-tag group of survivors to stay alive in the midst of a zombie apocalypse.
Throughout the game, the player is presented with the ability to interact with their surroundings, and options to determine the nature of that interaction.
For example, the player may be able to look at a character, talk to that character, or if they are carrying an item, offer it to the character or ask them about it.
According to Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead game is focused more on developing characters and story, and less on the action tropes that tend to feature in other zombie-based games, such as Left 4 Dead.
Unlike in other RPGs such as the Mass Effect or Fallout series, where choices fall on either side of a "good or evil" scale, the choices within The Walking Dead have ambiguous results, having an effect on the attitude of the non-player characters towards Lee.
If the player dies, the game restarts from just prior to the QTE. Other timed situations involve major decisions, such as choosing which of two characters to keep alive.
Each episode contains five points where the player must make a significant decision, choosing from one of two available options.
The game can be completed regardless of what choices are made in these situations; the main events of the story, as described below, will continue regardless of what choices are made, but the presence and behavior of the non-player characters in later scenes will be affected by these choices.
The game does allow the player to make multiple saves, and includes a "rewind" feature where the player can back up and alter a previous decision, thus facilitating the exploration of alternative choices.
The Walking Dead occurs simultaneously with the events from the original comic series, where a zombie apocalypse overwhelms much of society.
Although the survivors initially think that being bitten by a zombie is the only way to become infected, it is later discovered that one becomes a zombie upon death irrespective of the manner in which one dies; only by damaging the brain can the reanimation be stopped.
Numerous characters appear throughout the game. Lee Everett voiced by Dave Fennoy  , the primary protagonist of the series, is a native of Macon and a former university professor convicted for killing a state senator who was sleeping with his wife.
Mark voiced by Mark Middleton  , a survivor who used to work for the U. Also introduced in the second episode are the farmers-turned-cannibals the St.
In the third episode, more characters are introduced; Chuck voiced by Roger Jackson  , a level-headed homeless man who lives in a boxcar ; and Omid and Christa voiced by Owen Thomas  and Mara Junot  respectively , a young couple who tend to stay away from large groups.
The fourth episode introduces two more characters; Molly voiced by Erin Ashe  , an acrobatic and resourceful young woman who carries an ice axe ; and Vernon voiced by Butch Engle  , a doctor and leader of a group of cancer survivors hiding in the morgue of a hospital.
The Stranger voiced by Anthony Lam,  and by Roger Jackson through the walkie-talkie is a mysterious man that communicates to Clementine via her walkie-talkie as the group nears Savannah.
The following summary is a broad overview of the work, describing the major events that occur regardless of player choice. Some specific elements not listed here will change based on the impact of player choices.
Lee Everett is on his way to prison after his conviction for murder in Atlanta, Georgia. En route, the police car in which he is traveling strikes a walker and careens off-road.
The officer is killed by walkers, and Lee takes shelter in a nearby home. He discovers a little girl named Clementine, whose parents went away for vacation to Savannah when the zombie apocalypse began.
Lee offers to take care of her and help her find her parents. The two meet Kenny, his wife Katjaa, and their son Kenny Jr. Though relatively protected from the undead, they struggle to find food, and run out of supplies after three months.
They are approached by the St. Johns, a family who own a nearby dairy. The group exchange gasoline to power the St.
However, Lee discovers the St. Johns have engaged in cannibalism and plan to kill and eat his group as well, causing a confrontation with the family as the farm is overrun by walkers.
Fleeing back to the motel, the group finds an abandoned station wagon and decide to ransack it of its supplies.
The group are forced to abandon the motel when local bandits launch an attack on the motel that attracts walkers. They come upon a freight train, and head towards Savannah with the intention of finding a boat and getting out onto the ocean.
During the trip, Duck succumbs to a walker bite he received during the attack on the motel, driving Katjaa to suicide. Kenny is left completely inconsolable by the ordeal of losing his wife and son.
The group then meet Christa and Omid, two other survivors who join them. An unknown man tells her she will be safe once she finds him, and promises her that her parents are waiting for her.
The group takes shelter in an abandoned mansion. Lee and Kenny head towards the pier and discover that there are no boats left in the city, and discover that whatever useful supplies remain are being held in Crawford, a fortified elitist community who do not accept children, as well as elderly or sick people.
When walkers attack, Lee is separated from the others. He makes his way back to the mansion through the sewers, finding a group of elderly cancer survivors led by Vernon hiding in a hospital morgue.
Vernon returns with Lee to the mansion, where Clementine has discovered a boat in the shed; it lacks fuel and a battery, but both items can be obtained in Crawford.
Lee and the group plan an infiltration, but once inside, they find the district has been overrun by walkers. They quickly gather the necessary supplies and leave.
Vernon departs the mansion, but Vernon remarks that he believes Lee to be an unsuitable guardian for Clementine. The next morning, Lee wakes to find Clementine missing.
In his haste to find her, he is surprised and bitten by a walker. Initially suspecting Vernon, Lee finds the morgue abandoned.
Lee and the others go to rescue Clementine, and Kenny is lost during an attack by walkers. Lee reaches the hotel where Clementine is held and comes face to face with her captor, who reveals that he was the owner of the station wagon that the group ransacked and lost his family to walkers as a result.
Losing his sanity and seeking revenge, the Stranger met Clementine through his walkie-talkie and manipulated her into keeping tabs on the group under the guise that he had her parents.
Lee and Clementine kill the Stranger and leave the hotel, smearing themselves with walker blood to mask their scent and elude the horde outside.
As they leave, Clementine spots her zombified parents. After Lee falls unconscious, he realizes he is about to turn, and instructs Clementine to escape the city and meet Omid and Christa at the edge of town.
Lee can order Clementine to either shoot him to prevent his re-animation or leave him behind. The downloadable content Days relates stories of other survivors in the zombie apocalypse, starting at its onset and occurring concurrently with the first season.
The five stories culminate in a final scene on Day where Tavia Rashida Clendening discovers photos of the survivors on a billboard near the now-overrun truck stop, along with a map to a nearby location.
She finds the group and offers them sanctuary nearby. Bonnie accepts, with the others either accepting or refusing depending on either their past choices or whether Tavia successfully convinces them.
An additional episode, titled Days , was released in July as downloadable content , bridging the gap between the first and second season.
It focuses on five new characters, and is presented in a nonlinear narrative style; players can approach the five stories in any order they choose.
In , the company secured the rights to two licensed movie properties from Universal Studios , resulting in Back to the Future: The Game and Jurassic Park: Dave Grossman called this one of the long-standing problems that adventure games had had, as games in the past would have otherwise had to wait for player input.
Telltale had approached Valve Corporation about using this concept for a Left 4 Dead spinoff game, another series that involved zombies, but these discussed failed to result in anything.
In February , Telltale announced deals with Warner Bros. During development of the game, Robert Kirkman and the comic publisher Skybound Entertainment worked with Telltale.
City of the Dead  is a canceled first-person shooter video game , based on George A. It is presumed cancelled due to the financial constraints of publisher Hip Interactive.
A zombie outbreak occurs on the island after a series of secret military tests on cadavers backfires.
Reports had said there would be no reference in the game to Dawn of the Dead because the version ends with the survivors winding up in a zombie-ridden island , one of the more popular films in the Dead Series due to copyright issues with the MKR Group who hold the rights to the film.
The company also expected to develop games based directly on the movies Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead. Before the cancellation, it was announced that Tom Savini , make-up artist and regular actor in the Dead Series , would be providing the voice and likeness of a character in the game.
The character would have been William "Red" McLean, a supporting character that later becomes playable himself.
Actual gameplay was shown at E3 but was not playable by those attending. Those that saw the presentation have commented that City of the Dead contained high levels of violence, blood and gore, to the point of excess.