WinGameStore (and presumably MacGameStore if that's more your thing) have currently got Walking Dead titles with 75% off:
All three of these purchases will redeem on Steam.
The Walking Dead Pack contains both seasons of Telltale's critically acclaimed episodic series, alongside weaker yet worthwhile bridging episode 400 Days. We've seen it cheaper before at GamersGate, but right now this is still a great price for some heartbreaking tough decisions and great characters to get to know... or mourn.
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400 Days acts as an inbetween episode for Seasons 1 and 2 of Telltale's The Walking Dead series and can now be picked up for only 82p/$1.24 from this site. It's a Mac store download, but it's also PC compatible.
While 400 Days doesn't star characters from the main series, it plays a minor part in Season 2, so be sure to hook it up with an existing save from S1. This is a super price and should be snapped up immediately if you're yet to play Season 2.
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The Walking Dead Pack contains seasons one and two, and the bridging episode, 400 Days. Telltale's zombie-infested opus had a superlative first season, and even though the second hasn't quite matched up to its predecessor, it's still a damn fine example of narrative-driven adventure gaming.
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The latest deals of Gamersgate's Black Friday offers has gone up, and this is by far the stand out deal. You can get hold of all parts of The Walking Dead adventure series - that means Season 1, its 400 Days DLC, and Season 2 - for under £12 overall.
That's over 20 hours of some of the finest storytelling to hit our medium in the last few years, with some heartbreaking choices to make along the way, for an absolute bargain. Please note that you will require Steam to redeem and play Season 1 and 400 Days, but Season 2 needs to be redeemed through Telltale. Before you ask, no - the fact both games are acquired through different platforms will not affect save game continuity, but I appreciate it's a faff and annoying.
400 Days acts as an inbetween episode for Seasons 1 and 2 of Telltale's The Walking Dead series. While it doesn't star characters from the main series, it will play it's part in Season 2, so be sure to hook it up with an existing save from S1. It's currently half price in the sale and should be snapped up immediately if you're waiting for Season 2 to wrap up so you can hammer through it as you please rather than wait months between episodes.
400 Days acts as an inbetween episode for Seasons 1 and 2 of Telltale's The Walking Dead series. While it doesn't star characters from the main series, it will play it's part in season 2, so be sure to hook it up with an existing save from S1. This is a great price, especially if you're waiting for Season 2 to wrap up before you buy it so you can hammer through it all in a weekend.
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The Walking Dead - Season 1 | £5.24 | Green Man Gaming
The Walking Dead - Season 1 is currently gloriously cheap over at Green Man Gaming. That works out at just over a quid per episode, which is an absolute steal. Plus you can pick up the bridging episode between seasons one and two -- titled 400 Days -- for just 99p at the moment too.
Do it for Clementine.
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Platforms: PC | PSN | XBLA (reviewed) | iOS
Developers: Telltale Games
Publishers: Telltale Games
The Walking Dead captivated us last year, laying the burden of choice squarely at our feet, and twisting and turning the narrative depending on the decisions we made. It proved to be a true gaming event, exploring an episodic model to great effect, leaving us on the edges of our seats, nervously twitching with overflowing shock and emotion, and hungering for the next episode. Now, of course, Lee and Clementine's adventure has run its course, and we're left craving a mysterious second season.
It strikes me that 400 Days is essentially the gaming equivalent of an extended series of webisodes for a returning TV series. This short little collection of narrative tidbits introduces a new group of survivors, each with their own backstories and baggage, the nuances and natures of which are once again determined by the player. It's the shortest piece of Walking Dead content yet -- we finished our first playthrough in an hour -- but you'll want to play it through at least a couple of times just to see what happens if you play about with narrative causality.
There are five characters -- each of whom gets somewhere between ten and twenty minutes in the limelight -- a genders, ethnicities, ages, and backgrounds. Even more so here than in the first season, the Walkers themselves are almost just part of the scenery -- the ever-present threat that forms the backdrop to many scenes, or the catalysts for a swift change in tempo. By and large, however, it's the human drama once more that drives things forward.Click here to read more...
Surprise release! Telltale do like springing release dates on us. It was like this with the main Walking Dead series: you wait several onths for the next one to show up and then BAM!
Yes, that's right, The Walking Dead: 400 Days -- the expansion add-on for Telltale's stupendous five-episode adventure series -- is out from today.Click here to read more...
Telltale Games have issued a special episode of their Playing Dead series to celebrate the imminent release of 400 Days, the first DLC expansion for The Walking Dead: Season One. Developers Sean Ainsworth and Harrison Pink explain that the narrative is in fact five short stories set in the first year after the outbreak, which can be experienced in any order - even if you haven't played the original series for some reason.
The Walking Dead: 400 Days has been slated for "early July" on Xbox 360, PS3, PC/Mac and iOS. A Vita version was also confirmed at E3, as part of a full season bundle.Click here to read more...
Another video has snuck out from the E3 storm and frankly it deserves your attention more than most. that's right Walking Dead fans, we finally have some concrete details about 400 Days. This is DLC content for Season One of Telltale's excellent The Walking Dead, so you'll need to own that in order to play this. Stateside it's going to release at $4.99 in July, with a similar price and release date for Europe yet to be confirmed, but highly likely. The DLC will also come packaged with the upcoming Vita version of the first season, set for release in August.
The story will feature new characters and take place during the first 400 days of the outbreak. Choices made in the previously released season will affect details and choices made in this DLC will carry over to Season Two. Curiously, you'll also be able to play the chapters of the DLC in any order, pointing towards multiple characters threads rather than a group theme.
We'll keep you posted with further details. Check out our review of the retail edition of Season 1 here and get involved, you won't regret it. Enjoy the new trailer after the break.Click here to read more...
Tellgale Games have been teasing something like crazy over the last few days, posting up short snippets of characters along with hints to days passing since an initial infection. By the looks of things, we can expect a DLC pack with new characters and a standalone storyline.Click here to read more...