Monday, October 22, 2012

Walking Dead gets a Limited Edition Exclusive to GameStop.


The Walking Dead Collector's Edition retail bundle looks bloody good

Over the weekend it was announced by Telltale Games that the Walking Dead Game will have a limited edition of the disc-based version of their game.


Telltale notes that the Collector’s Edition will be “extremely limited” and is for pre-orders only, and that the version of the Compendium included in the box will not be sold outside of this set. Separately, a standard edition of The Walking Dead: The Game will hit stores on December 4th for $29.99. Both editions will be available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Telltale also confirmed that the digital release of episode 5, No Time Left, is expected in November and more details will be coming “very soon.”

The contents in the “bloated” GameStop Exclusive will be as follows.

* A disc containing all five episodes of the game

* The Walking Dead Compendium One (which normally retails for $59.99 and includes the first 48 issues) with exclusive Charlie Adlard cover art

* A Collector’s Edition box featuring Charlie Adlard artwork

If you have been following us for a bit you know both Magma and I love the games and I am die hard on the comics and show. This is a must for fans. If you think about it you pay full price for the book and get the game for $10 bucks. Not a bad deal.

What do you guys think will you be getting this game and will you shell out the extra for the collector’s edition? I would love to get a copy to have the wife play it on her box and account.


  1. Late comment, but I wish this would have been announced before I bought four episodes. I know why they didn't announce it. I would have waited to just get this. This is a good deal. I've already read Compendium 1. I just can't get it because I already have the games.

    1. I was thinking the same thing though I still would like the wife to experience the game so I don't know I mean it was stated the games would be bundled onto a disc that was given but the collector's edition yeah they should have been more "open" with it.