The tease is over and the news is out! The Walking Dead: 400 Days, DLC for Season One, arrives next month on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC/Mac, and iOS. The full first season of The Walking Dead will soon debut on PlayStation Vita as well, in a special bundle that includes 400 Days.
400 Days tells five linked stories; each taking place at different points in time and from the point of view of a different survivor, from day 1 of the undead apocalypse to day 400.
Our E3 press demo of the first short story, which focuses on Vince, a prisoner locked in a bus on day 2 of the outbreak, was honored with a spread of awards and nominations.
There's a tasty selection of screenshots from The Walking Dead: 400 Days below. Hungry for more details? Check out the official website!
The credits have rolled. The tears many of you shared with us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have dried, and the gross snotty Kleenex have been tossed away... but it's not quite over yet! If you're emotionally prepared to relive the major decisions in Episode 5 of The Walking Dead, check out the stats trailer for 'No Time Left'.
This video highlights just some of choices the majority of players made in the season finale. Obviously gigantic spoilers here, so don't watch unless you've already completed the episode!
In the final episode of 'Playing Dead', host A.J. LoCascio talks to devs Sean Vanaman, Jake Rodkin, and Sean Ainsworth about 'No Time Left', the emotional conclusion to The Walking Dead game's first season. You'll also hear Robert Kirkman's thoughts on the series and the choices he made in the final episode, plus the one and only Dave Fennoy details the process of becoming Lee Everett and his thoughts on Lee's fate at the end of the season.
But wait, there's more! As a BONUS episode, we share a very special chat with legendary voice actor Terry McGovern, otherwise known as Larry from The Walking Dead. Terry has been a teacher and an actor in the field for over 30 years, and in this very rare sit down, he talks about what it was like becoming the oversized curmudgeon Larry for the game. Fans of Star Wars, Back to the Future and Duck Tales will want to listen in on his adventures as well. Fun fact: not only was Terry the voice of a Stormtrooper in the original Star Wars releases, he also voiced Launchpad McQuack!
And finally... we want to say a HUGE thanks for your support over the course of 2012. This was an incredible year for Telltale, due in no small part to you (yes, YOU)! We simply cannot describe how much we've appreciated your support and enthusiasm.