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Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Michonne choices revealed

The Walking Dead: Michonne choices video reveals if you’re more or less of a terrible person than the average player.



The Walking Dead: Michonne choices video

Not content simply with presenting us with difficult choices in every game they release, Telltale Games is also pretty insistent on letting us know what monsters we’ve become, by showing us the statistics of how our decisions stack up against the wider player cohort. And for the record, we still can’t believe how many people ended The Walking Dead Season 2 in that way. You know who you are, and you know what you did, you beasts.

Their latest endeavour into the world of The Walking Dead focuses on what happened to Michonne during her disappearance in the comic books, and much like the previous Telltale games, intersects with the canon of the original Kirkman books rather than the AMC television show.

Episode 1, In Too Deep, launched on February 25, 2016 and now at roughly the mid-way point between that and episode 2, Give No Shelter – which releases on March 29 – Telltale have supplied us with a short video of The Walking Dead: Michonne choices made by the players thus far. Needless to say, spoilers, so don’t watch it if you’re waiting until the 3-part miniseries is out in full to binge-play it in one go.


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The third part of the miniseries, What We Deserve, is scheduled to launch some time in April; expect another The Walking Dead: Michonne choices video featuring the contents of the second episode to follow in around a month’s time.

Buy The Walking Dead: Michonne episode 1 from Amazon now.

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