The Walking Dead Video Game
Plus the launch of Playing Dead, an online talk show about the game...
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Telltale Games and Robert Kirkman, the creator/writer of The Walking Dead, announced that the first episode of Playing Dead, a new online talk show discussing their upcoming game, The Walking Dead, is now live and available to view on the games' official website - telltalegames.com/walkingdead - which also debuted today.
Based on Robert Kirkman's groundbreaking comic book series, The Walking Dead is an episodic adventure horror game series set during the same apocalyptic period witnessed by Sheriff Rick Grimes. Telling the story of a new group of survivors as they struggle to flee the horror of Atlanta and the surrounding communities consumed by the undead, The Walking Dead offers players the chance to experience the very first days of the apocalypse, meeting people and participating in events that intersect with the story seen in the comic books. The Walking Dead will be available for digital download beginning in spring of 2012 for all major gaming platforms.
Playing Dead is an online talk show that takes fans behind the scenes to reveal what has gone into making the game. Hosted by AJ LoCascio (the voice of Marty McFly in Telltale’s Back to the Future: The Game series), the nine-part show will feature guests including The Walking Dead creator/writer Robert Kirkman and Gary Whitta, screenwriter for The Book of Eli and story consultant for the game.
After a 24-hour period of exclusivity on the official website, Playing Dead will also be available to watch on YouTube, iTunes and soon after, other online outlets including Xbox LIVE and PlayStation Network.
Telltale also released 3 new screenshots from the game, highlighting the game's distinctive visuals, inspired by the work of The Walking Dead comic book artist Charlie Adlard.