The Walking Dead: Episode 4 - Around Every Corner for PC
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The Walking Dead: Episode 4 - Around Every Corner

Oct 10, 2012

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About this game

Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Episode four of a five-part game series set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning series. Paranoia engulfs the group as they find themselves being stalked by an unknown threat. Step into the role of leader, making broader choices for how your group should proceed and find safety. Engage in a desperate search to find a new safe haven from the hordes of undead. Manage the wake of a horrible tragedy in the dark and horrid aftermath of a new zombie infested location. Do whatever it takes to return a group member to camp. The choices you made in previous episodes carry over to your current situation.

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Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
7.97
Jessica CondittOct 12, 2012
Around Every Corner made me laugh at the zombie apocalypse, fear for my character's existence (rightly so), and make terrible decisions about the lives and gruesome deaths of my comrades. It surprised me in both its plot and jump-scare moments. The only thing I worry about now is how it's all going to end, and if Episode 5 can surpass the excitement of Episode 4. At this point, it appears Telltale is shambling in the right direction.
7.00
Edge StaffOct 12, 2012
...still a technically disappointing game, the engine frequently stuttering during action and lagging during transitions to cutscenes
Fraser BrownOct 17, 2012
Rushed and awkwardly filled with new, unexplored characters as it is, it still does its job well by building things up for what will surely be a gut-wrenching, soul-destroying conclusion to what is the strongest episodic adventure I've ever played. Around Every Corner is a victim of the previous episodes' success, and much of the disappointment comes from the fact that I know Telltale is better than this. It's exciting, and damn is it important, but it's still the weakest of the bunch.