The Walking Dead: 400 Days
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Requires The Walking Dead (base game) to use this DLC
Centered on a truck stop on a Georgia highway, this DLC episode for Season 1 of The Walking Dead by Telltale Games tells five linked stories of survival in the wake of the zombie apocalypse. From day 1 of the undead plague to 400 days later, The Walking Dead: 400 Days offers more of the horror and human drama of Robert Kirkman and Telltale’s award-winning series. Echoes of the choices you made in Season 1 will carry over into '400 Days' and the choices you make in '400 Days' will resonate into Season 2.
DLC for the winner of over 90 Game of the Year Awards
5 linked stories that can be played in any order
See the apocalypse develop from 5 very different points of view
Your decisions will affect the story around you
Good addition to a great gameKordas | Nov. 13, 2013 | See all Kordas's reviews »
The Walking Dead: 400 Days is really good mix of 5 stories of different characters (who we'll probably encounter in Season 2). It's not that gripping as history of Lee and Clementine but it's because we don't spend enough time with these characters to really start to care for them. That said, characters are introduced very wisely and in about 15-20 minutes we can get a sense who this guy is and that's great job by writers in Telltale Games. They once again show that you can trust them when it comes to great story, so if you're fan of Season 1 you definitely have to play 400 Days. Although it's not that good, it's very solid!
Same world less storyCyberspyXD | Oct. 21, 2013 | See all CyberspyXD's reviews »
This is in the same world we all know and love only with different people. 400 days did not have the time to mature and grow like Lee and the gang did and so delivers less impact. If you enjoyed the main game your going to enjoy this and the cameo appearances from certain characters. 400 days is a bit clunky but the narrative is still well written and you will enjoy this.
The game is cheap and it ties into season two so you should get this if you want the full walking dead experience.
Interestingabelegu2 | Oct. 21, 2013 | See all abelegu2's reviews »
If you liked the rest of the episodes, you'll enjoy this one too. It was interesting to see the effects of the choices you made with one character carry out to the other - TellTale does a pretty good job at making your decisions have a visible impact. With multiple ways things can go, it has replayability value, although I found myself unable to replay it after two playthroughs. I guess it was because it was more of the same, and there weren't all that many interesting choices. It's too short of a storyline to be able to get attached to any of the characters, so what happens to them matters very little. Interesting to see how this will affect the next game, though.
Same great gameplayrjb789 | Sept. 27, 2013 | See all rjb789's reviews »
The Walking Dead 400 days is a nice little teaser of what is to come in the new series of the Walking Dead. It folows five seperate stories of five seperate protagnists and their attempts to survive the impending zombie outbreak. The story lines are, as ever, brilliantly well written and hard hitting and the voice acting is very good too which compliments the fantastic soundtrack. The gameplay is the same as from the previous game and you are still limited to mostly point and click action. However this does not take away anything from the ideas of this DLC. It offers up a great, if short, addition to the Walking Dead world any any fan of the previous game should definately try this one out
An Interesting Set Up with Bad PacingOsidius87 | Sept. 21, 2013 | See all Osidius87's reviews »
400 Days has the same problems as the first game, but its short pace only compounds them. Choices are wholly meaningless; early on you'll choose who to save between two characters, but come the end you'll learn that the survivor just leaves your company off screen. What?
An utter disappointment, but fans will still want to get it in order to set up the next season.