Telltale Games is bringing The Walking Dead: Episodes to disc format Dec. 11 as a complete bundle of all the episodes released to date. The Walking Dead: Episodes spawned from the success of both the comic book as well as the television series. The episodes in the bundle include:
A New Day:
Lee Everett awakens to the zombie apocalypse and meets a young girl named Clementine who has recently lost her parents. Lee takes the girl under his wing as they search for survivors at the start of what will become a long and terrifying journey.
Starved for Help:
A lack of food and constant scare of bandit attacks has Lee’s group feeling the pressure of the new world. The episode focuses strongly on decisions, forcing you to prioritize everything from food to human lives.
Long Road Ahead:
Things begin to heat up as threats from outside as well as within put the group in more danger. Forced from their Motor Inn temporary home, the group sets out for the perceived safety of the coast, not knowing what really awaits them if they even manage to get there.
Around Every Corner:
The group has reached the city of Savannah but are now being stalked by an unknown human threat. Searching for a boat is proving to be a difficult task and Clementine is becoming harder to protect as Lee’s group grows constantly more paranoid or the dangers that wait around every corner.
No Time Left:
The worst has come to fruition as Clementine has been kidnapped by the mysterious human threat. Lee must now give everything he has to find her a midst the now overrun Savannah city streets and rooftops.
The Walking Dead: Episodes will be available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC when the bundle crawls its way onto store shelves for $29.99.
Gamestop will also be selling an exclusive Collector’s Edition of the game for $69.99. It will feature The Walking Dead: Compendium One, which is comprised of the first 48 issues of the popular comic book series that started it all. Best Buy will be the only place for gamers to pick up a hard copy of the PC version and will also offer limited edition variant covers for each platform as well as a Walking Dead poster with each game.
Telltale Games has promised more episodes for 2013 as a continuation of the five episodes released this year. The Walking Dead has seen monumental success as an download-only game, with six nominations in Spike TV’s Video Game Awards 2012 as well as four nominations in Machinima.com’s Inside Gaming annual awards.