Wednesday, July 10, 2013

EXP Podcast #232: The Walking Dead: 400 Days Debrief

Our summer is only a few months long, but in The Walking Dead, apparently it lasts at least 400 days. Maybe that's just Georgia... This week on the EXP Podcast, Scott and I hunker down in our tree-fort and discuss the latest episodic DLC from Telltale! As always, we start off this podcast spoiler-free, so jump on in without hesitation. When you're done listening, do come back and let us know in the comments: whose ankle would you shoot off, mine or Scott's?

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Show notes:
- Runtime: 54 min 57 sec
- Music by: Brad Sucks


  1. Great episode, I have come back for some more walking dead catharsis as some of my friends still haven't finished the main game! (I know right?!)

    In Wyatts story I stayed in the car as I thought my friend was being a dick and after a moment of silence where he disappears into the fog and you get attacked by someone (not a zombie) through the window of the car and as I was trying to fight him off I thought I had run out of options to attack the assailant and accidentally hit the gas to drive off leaving my friend in the dark. I felt pretty guilty about that, even more so when I saw him helping a police man in the dark as I drove off in the still they show in the credits. i'm a terrible person.

    the other main difference was only russell stayed behind at the end because he has such a traumatic experience with eddie so he didn't trust people anymore. poor guy, out there all on his own. I felt so sorry for him.

    its so interesting how differently these small stories can go as when I played it I didn't feel like I was missing out on any major changes yet your playthroughs sound like a totally different game at times. good job telltale.

    also thanks for pointing out all the origins of the zombies in this episode, I totally missed all the crossovers which seem so obvious now!

  2. Wow, that makes me feel even worse for Wyatt and Russell. I'd be pretty interested to see a game in which at least one of the characters is isolated, as Russell is in your case. What would happen if they don't have anyone; no constant companion to trust? I'm looking forward to seeing how they handle handle it in the second season.

  3. I love how absolutely different your Wyatt and my Wyatt can be. Ah, the beauty of Telltale's efforts.