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E3 2011: First Concept Art – Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead

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It’s been a couple of months since we’ve heard anything about Telltale Games’ video game adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, but with E3 winding down, there was bound to be something, right?

That’s right, kids! Game Informer nabbed the first three bits of concept art. But wait … there’s a twist …

Telltale’s adventure game won’t be a retelling of Rick Grimes’ comic adventure. Instead Telltale has gotten approval from Image Comics to expand the series’ existing fiction. While some of the comic’s side characters likely won’t make an appearance, the main focus on the game will be a man named Lee, a convicted criminal whose escort vehicle is attacked during the zombie outbreak. The zombie apocalypse may have freed Lee from a life in prison, but given the state of the world, he might have been better behind bars.

During the chaos Lee befriends a young girl named Clementine. Having both lost their families, the two form a pact, hoping to help each other survive in this post-apocalyptic world. While this isn’t a remake of the comic series, fans can expect to get more backstory for characters from the comic, like Glenn, and see places like Hershel Greene’s farm before the events that changed them in the comics.

Episode 1 of The Walking Dead will be made available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and iPad this winter. Click on the image below to see the rest of the eye candy.

E3 2011: First Concept Art - Telltale Games' The Walking Dead

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  1. I’m okay with this since there’s so much one can do with The Walking Dead.
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    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

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