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Telltale’s The Walking Dead adaptation shambles onto Xbox Live Arcade this spring
8 years ago

Telltale’s The Walking Dead adaptation shambles onto Xbox Live Arcade this spring

Telltale Games is finally spreading the infectious details of their episodic horror/adventure series based on the popular comic book and television show, The Walking Dead. In episode one of the game, players will step into the shoes of a character new to the franchise during the initial outbreak and the fall of Atlanta. While Telltale has been shy thus far to discuss gameplay details, the developers are not shy in letting it be known that story will take the center stage. The development team is aiming to force players to feel the emotion of what’s going on around them, and to connect to what the characters are going through. Anyone who reads The Walking Dead comics knows that this is no normal zombie fair. Speaking of the comics, fans of The Walking Dead comics and/or television show will be happy to know that several familiar faces will be making appearances in the game. Perhaps even more exciting is the fact that series creator Robert Kirkman is guiding Telltale in the development of the game, which is also being penned by Book of Eli writer Gary Whitta.

Those seeking more gritty details should check out the thirteen minute “Playing Dead” clip above. In addition to video, Telltale has also released the first three in-game screenshots of The Walking Dead in action. To view the screens, simply click the link below. While you can certainly count on plenty more coverage of the game in the near future, start making your plans for the zombie apocalypse now; The first episode of The Walking Dead is scheduled to hit Xbox Live Arcade this spring.

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AMY review (XBLA)
8 years ago

AMY review (XBLA)

AMY was developed by VectorCell and published by Lexis Numérique. It was released on January 11, 2012 for 800 MSP. A copy was provided for review purposes.

AMY is a survival horror game much along the lines of the original Resident Evil or Silent Hill–at least that’s the plan. Unfortunately about the only things AMY and those games have in common are a good idea and some clunky controls. Apparently there’s some unwritten rule that to be a member of the survival-horror genre, your game must play like it was made in the mid to late 90’s. You are Lana, a seemingly big-hearted woman who has been infected. The task is simple, figure out what the hell is going on and keep Amy alive. Along the way you will meet several infected, a couple intriguing characters and few shady ones. Not much more to explain then that, now for the guts of this thing . . .

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Scientifically Proven working on new horror title for XBLA
9 years ago

Scientifically Proven working on new horror title for XBLA

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Bloody-Disgusting.Com recently had the chance to visit Scientifically Proven Entertainment to go hands-on with an unnamed horror title currently in development for Xbox Live Arcade. The tentatively titled Ghost …
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A glimpse into the world of AMY
9 years ago

A glimpse into the world of AMY

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Lexis Numérique’s AMY is aiming to tame uncharted waters for an Xbox Live Arcade game. Upon its release it will be (presumably) the first XBLA title to focus on the horror genre. We knew there are plenty of horror junkies out there, and finally they too can get their bite-sized fix at an inexpensive price. No word yet on when AMY will be released, but given that the above is the first true trailer for the game it’s likely to be a ways off. While you’re waiting be sure to check out our hands-on preview of the game, and hit the jump for a demo of the game’s technology.

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