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Tristans Twisted World: The Walking Dead Survival Instinct is not that bad

By Tristan Werbe in Opinion Pieces

Over the years I have played many games, both good and bad but when I heard since this game was awful I stayed away from it. Yesterday I got some time with the PS3 version game and was actually surprised it was not that bad. It consist of what every zombie game has; just fighting zombies.

This makes me think people saw one review then everyone started copying each other and flipping out for now reason thinking this game is awful. I also think this game was never given a proper chance due to the TellTale Games The Walking Dead. That game is one of the best games of all time already so this to go up against that probably has a lot to do with backlash, with people comparing the two.

After playing the title with hands-on experience, I’ve decided I will soon get the title to play through it because it was just a very fun game similar to Dead Island and Call of Duty Zombies in gameplay aspects, alluring me to see for myself what many have been missing out on.

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