Special compilation The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series “Game of the Year Edition” now available for your hard-earned monies

Developer Telltale Games and Robert Kirkman, writer and creator of The Walking Dead, have finally announced that The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series “Game of the Year Edition” is readily available across North America for the PC, 360, and PS3. The collection will set you back $30, and includes all-five episodes of Season One, in addition to the extra “400 Days” episode, the haunting score that kept gamers on their feet, and a behind the scenes video.

Having this collection available is particularly exciting because “400 Days” was originally download-only, and bridges the gap between Season One and the highly anticipated Season Two. Such a comprehensive package makes Dan Connors, Co-Founder and CEO of Telltale Games, extra joyous, and he had these words to share:

“This all-inclusive edition of The Walking Dead’s first season is an incredibly exciting package for fans both old and new, and one of the best ways to catch up on the story before the upcoming premiere of Season Two. With the inclusion of “400 Days” and access to behind-the-scenes content and the emotionally-charged score from our long-time friend and composer Jared Emerson-Johnson, we’re proud to offer this definitive edition of Season One.”

People who haven’t gotten a chance to play the entirety of Season One (ME) need to hustle and see everything it has to offer before Season Two launches later this very year. Players who game on the PC will get a chance to save 10% off the PC/Mac version of Season Two by pre-ordering its Season Pass for a measly $22.49 through Steam or the Telltale Online Store.

The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series has sold more than 21 million episodes worldwide, and has won Game of the Year from literally every media outlet under the sun. Visit the title’s official website for more info. I have only played Episode One of Season One on the 360 since it was free, but I need to get on this after I saw how the game incorporates all my decisions into the gameplay, even into the preview of Episode Two (SO RAD).

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