THE WOLF AMONG US: EPISODE 1 - FAITH review for Xbox 360 - CGR Undertow
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The Wolf Among Us - Xbox 360

Telltale follows up The Walking Dead with more point-and-click perfection in The Wolf Among Us.
  • Release date: 2013
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Telltale Games
  • Publisher: Telltale Games
  • Rating: Mature 17+ (M)
  • Players: 1-Player
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
  • Tags: point and click, adventure
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Telltale has made some of my favorite games. Walking dead back to the future. This one is a

With Wolf Among Us only in its second episode, its plot is already very interesting. This series may have the potential to surpass The Walking Dead

One of the most surprisingly good games of 2013! Great story, great characters, fantastic voice actors, excellent soundtrack and stylish setting and art style. The only problem, and what will keep me form giving it 5 stars, is the occational hard cuts from one cutscene to another and a few graphic bugs (on ps3, at least). I think Telltale outdid themselves with this one, it gripped me form the very beginning, something the walking dead didn't. Highly recommended!

Great storytelling, incredible visual design, and a great introduction for a newcomer like me to the Fables universe. I enjoyed this FAR more than the Walking Dead adventure game (I respected it, I just didn't enjoy it), and plan on following through with all future episodes.

James Stewart
I might be a bit biased here but when I heard that Tell Tale was making a game based around my favourite comic book series: Fables, I was instantly sold. I was impressed with their direction when it came to The Walking Dead, and I was sure that Tell Tale would do a fantastic job with The Wolf Among us, and I was not wrong. The Wolf Among Us is a great game, and a fantastic starting point for those interested in finding out what the Fables comic is all about as it's a prequel to the comics!


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