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Telltale brags about Walking Dead, episode one now on iOS


8:00 PM on 07.26.2012



Telltale Games has released a new trailer for the second episode of The Walking Dead and it seems like they're pretty proud of themselves. While showing some of the dramatic situations the survivors will endure in this latest installment, the video parades around high-falutin' review scores and quotes (including one of ours). Well, aren't you just the prettiest decomposed corpse at the ball?

The video also serves as a reminder that the first episode has now arrived in the App store, so you can feel free to fire up your iPad and recoil in horror at the choices you're forced to make without ever getting off the toilet. Now that's a horrifying image.








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