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11:40 PM on 11.17.2012

The Walking Dead video game is, what I think, will be a normal thing in the future. TV shows have new episodes weekly. Why not with video games? Thatís exactly what Tell Tale Games was thinking when they started the Walking Dead Video Game. Allowing access to more content every month. Now obviously, I think this series will set forth a new way of distributing content in short hour long levels with the end result being a well paced story that leaves time between episodes to wonder what the next episode will bring. This is a system I see being a pretty common thing in the future. Many of the latest games today could easily be better games if they would have used a similar system. Games like Infamous could easily uses this system. I mean canít you see playing through a new adventure with Cole MacGrath every week, that would be awesome.

Some other examples for 360 owners what about a Gears of War adventure every week, that would be equally as fun as a weekly Infamous series. This is one of those things that in the next generation of consoles I think we'll see a lot more of.



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