Telltale Autumn Sale

2012 VGA's

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  • edited December 2012
    Just wondering but does this not mean that now a game of the year edition of TWD is coming?
  • edited December 2012
    It just means they can make one if they want to.
  • edited December 2012
    Yeah but what could you even put in a Game of the Year edition for TWD. There's no DLC unless TTG decide to make 1 or 2 more episodes to show what happens when
    Clem sees the 2 mysterious figures in the distance
  • edited December 2012
    ME3?! That's not an adaptation.

    oops. I thought they meant as in adapted game play. In that case TWD must have been the only game up for an award cause I don't think any of the other games were adapted from a book, show, or movie.
  • edited December 2012
    Hazevamp wrote: »
    oops. I thought they meant as in adapted game play. In that case TWD must have been the only game up for an award cause I don't think any of the other games were adapted from a book, show, or movie.

    The nominees were:
    Best Adapted Video Game

    Disney Epic Mickey 2
    LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
    *The Walking Dead*
    Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
  • edited December 2012
    - Disney Epic Mickey: The Power of Two: Having played a good few hours of it I think it's a massive step back from the first one. Only good thing about it is the fact you can play it on the PS3 with the Move, so it's like a hi-res Wii version.

    - Lego World's Finest: Same old style of levels from the first game with an absolutely horrendous open-world hub that has so little to do it hurts. It's basically just another level with nothing but collectables.

    - The Walking Dead: Less a game, more of an interactive story. But jeez, what a story.

    - Transformers: Fall of Cybertron: Meh.

    Not hard to see why TWD won. The others were all sequels... and not particularly great ones at that.
  • DPBDPB
    edited December 2012
    Just wondering but does this not mean that now a game of the year edition of TWD is coming?

    They could've called it that if they wanted to anyway, it's just a marketing label. Dead Island was re-released as a GOTY edition and that got mostly average reviews.
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