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Zen Pinball 2: The Walking Dead Review

Pinball & Zombies = Chocolate & Peanut Butter

Walking Dead Pinball

HIGH Seeing Lee and Clem kicking a ball around.

LOW It's hard to get info on objectives while playing.

WTF Why can't I get the ball into the Super Jackpot?!? GET IN THERE!!!

The Walking Dead, Season Two: No Going Back Review

...But they did


HIGH The brief chat near the end.

LOW Seriously, there's no "Let's go the OTHER way" choice?

WTF It looks like Clem's drunk in camp though she didn't have a drop.

The Walking Dead, Season Two: Amid The Ruins Review

Come Alive

The Walking Dead Season 2: Amid the Ruins Review Screenshot

HIGH The extended chats with Jane.

LOW You seriously aren't going to check for walkers before going in?

WTF Why weren't the earlier episodes this good?

The Walking Dead, Season Two: In Harm's Way Review

Off The Mark

The Walking Dead, Season Two: In Harm's Way Review Screenshot

HIGH "I'm not going anywhere"

LOW The episode is trying a little too hard to show fearsome brutality.

WTF The weird facial expressions Clem makes when "..." is her response.

The Walking Dead, Season Two: A House Divided Review

Welcome back!

Walking Dead Season 2: A House Divided Review Screenshot

HIGH The big reveal was something I predicted during season one.

LOW Getting stuck on the hammer mini-game because the interface was unclear.

WTF What the hell is the deal with the peach cans?

The Walking Dead, Season Two: All That Remains Review

The longest walk goes on

Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 1 Review Screenshot

HIGH more Walking Dead!

LOW six episodes in, and it still doesn't run smoothly?

WTF the awkwardly abrupt ending.

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review

A Shift in Perspective

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Screenshot

HIGH "Would you rather…"

LOW Wyatt's lightweight story.

WTF We don't see any of what happened after the stories but before the epilogue?

You can't always CYOA

Fallout 3 Screenshot

Something interesting I noticed this year was a trend of push-back against "choice" games in which the player did not get to control every outcome. The two biggest examples which spring to mind are, of course, The Walking Dead and Mass Effect 3.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 84: Fifth Annual Holiday Awards Spectacular

Awards, contest winners, and Dan Weissenberger? This can only be our Fifth Annual Holiday Awards Spectacular! We dish on the best and worst of 2012, Brad's son drops in to share his best and worst of the year, and we give out some fabulous prizes based on a really cool random number generator. Featuring Dylan Collins, Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken, Dan Weissenberger, Richard "It's not really a spoiler" Naik, and Tim "The Brett Farve thing is getting old" Spaeth.

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Gamecritics.com Podcast Episode 83: The Walking Dead

We discuss The Walking Dead: Episode Five—No Time Left and the series as a whole. But BEFORE that, we have thumbs up and thumbs down and an announcement about our big end of the year show! With Chi Kong Lui, Brad "Nine-Dollar Coconut Drink" Gallaway, Mike Bracken, Richard Naik, and Dylan Collins.

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