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Corey is out for this episode so Jamie & myself call in some reinforcements to handle business discussing TellTale’s “400 Days” episode of The Walking Dead game. Did this live up to the expectations? Was it a satisfying teaser in anticipation for season 2 which is on it’s way soon? Who showed mercy and who was a ruthless killer on their play-through? Am I exaggerating? Only one way to find out, as Robin & Julie from AllHorror.net and Chris/Paimonaeon
from Bind/Torture/Kast join us for the review/discussion!
Then, Jamie and Mike close out this episode with a review of the 1991 made for TV fightfest, The Haunting. See the movie that freaked Mike out as a kid and has stuck with him every time he has watched any haunted house flick. Listen to Jamie’s glowing review of the movie she considers one of the best made for TV movies of all time….yeah I spoiled our opinions a bit, but hey this movie is worth the praise ahead of time, and i encourage everyone to track it down (uploaded on youtube, folks) and see for themselves how ahead of it’s time it is and witness how much has been borrowed from it since!
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You’ve heard plenty about TWD game coming out sometime in 2013, that centers around the Dixon Brothers’ journey to Atlanta during the start of the zombie apocalypse, but now it is time to check out the first footage from the game, courtesy of youtube user HDDrew!
Looks pretty cool. So far The Walking Dead property has been treated with much respect regardless of the medium and it looks like that won’t change in Survival Instinct!
Is this a sign that Episode #4 in Telltale’s The Walking Dead video game series is going to be on the way sooner than later? Hot on the heels of the release of episode #3 of TWD, comes the trailer not more than 48 hours later. This is pretty uncharacteristic of the series thus far, as much time has passed between the first three episodes. Check out the trailer for “Around Every Corner” below….
***Warning, the trailer is likely to spoil elements of the third episode in the series, and given that the third episode just released a few days ago, it is highly likely a lot of you have not played through it yet. (Including myself, and I am refraining from watching this preview for that very reason….ok you’ve been warned)
Word is the third episode in The Walking Dead game series by tell tale may drop as early as later this week. Right on the heels of that news comes the just released trailer for the third episodes titled “Long Road Ahead”
Wow! Now please!
Yes that’s right another Walking Dead video game is on the way, totally unrelated to the TellTale series that is currently being released monthly as a 5 chapter game. This new game is going to be a First Person Shooter and you will be playing as Daryl Dixonand accompanied by his brother Merle Dixon as you embark on a trip to find survivors and possibly safety in Atlanta. Will there be co-op? Not sure yet. In fact, not many details have been revealed but what we do have is a trailer! Check it out below:
The game gets it big debut demo at SDCC 2012, however word right now is it will not be a playable demo. Bummed? Sure, but get this, if you are one of the first 100 to pre-order the game, you get a replica necklace of zombie ears just like Daryl’s from the show…that is pretty morbid…..I LOVE IT! Haha
Hello everyone and welcome to Episode #20 extravaganza which also happens to be our debut on the Horrorphilia network!
This episode is packed, clocking in at just over three and a half hours of horror discussion making it the longest episode to date.
We told you we were going big for Episode #20 and the goods have been delivered!
In today’s show we get started as usual with some horror news followed by a review of Flava Flav’s Nite Tales movie and TV show. Then we are joined by Midnight Corey of The Electric Show podcast as well as former full-time cohost of Evil Episodes, Darrick, to discuss The Walking Dead video game’s first episode. Finally, we welcome yet another guest to the show, NewJerseyNick from Slashercast jumps on board to review the SYFY original flick, Jersey Shore Shark Attack!
This episode is a lot to handle so kudos to anyone who makes it through it one sitting! Dedication!
The following places are where you can find this week’s guests of the show. Check their podcasts out and tell ‘em Evil Episodes sent ya!
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Hot off the press from the season 2 finale last night, comes the new trailer for the game that will be hitting XBL & PSN later this year……check it out below
Wow, looks awesome! What do you guys think?
TellTale’s Walking Dead game has been highly anticipated ever since first being announced last year. There have been some stills and a basic synopsis and also news that while you won’t be playing as Rick or Shane or anyone from the TV show, you will definitely cross paths with some of them, which is pretty cool. Below is the first teaser trailer for the game which is scheduled for release later this year!
Thanks to twitter pal and friend to the show @swelsh20 (Sean Walsh) for pointing me towards this story. By now fans of the TV show The Walking Dead probably know that not only is a board game being released with the story’s them but also a video game is on the horizon as well. Up to now details have been pretty scarce besides the initial screen shot that was released (see below)
The choices you make will have lasting effects in The Walking Dead video game
Now comes more details from JOYSTIQ, including the name’s of the characters, how it will be connected to characters from the show & comic. Some of the details are as follows:
“Telltale’s game will follow Lee, a prisoner, and Clementine, a young girl he comes across in the zombie apocalypse. And anyone with hopes of anything resembling a feel-good ending should probably check that at the door on the way in. “The Walking Dead,” Rodkin said, “is not really a game about people who save the world. It’s more about a story of trying to survive as people inside of this huge and horrible situation.”
Another big element to the game will be the choices you make as the player. When characters die in one episode, they will stay dead even when new chapters are downloaded and played.
For the full report on The Walking Dead video game, that gets more into the character Lee, as well as further into how choices bring consequences, go to JOYSTIQ now. The game has no release date yet so keep checking back for details as they become available!