Having spent four seasons watching the once bright-eyed son of Rick Grimes harden under the weight of the zombie apocalypse, seeing actor Chandler Riggs clicking away on a mouse in the lower right corner of a League of Legends stream on Twitch is just surreal.
With the fourth season of AMC's hit television series underway and the promise of the second round of comic-based interactive adventure coming from Telltale, it's the perfect time to peruse the painted plastic people (living and dead) of McFarlane Toys The Walking Dead series four TV figures.
I feel like a fool for even saying it, but is it possible that The Walking Dead will finally be as great as it should be? If this 4-minute season 4 trailer is at all accurate, then the answer might be yes.
When last we left the Facebook game based on The Walking Dead television show it was pretty horrible. Shane, Lori and Carl were in a hellish limbo somewhere on the highway to Atlanta, walking endlessly but never getting even a step closer. Chapter 2 is here, allowing them to move on to even more horrible situations.
There was no doubt in my mind that the first-person shooter based on AMC's The Walking Dead television series would generate some truly horrific swag. I just didn't think it would show up so soon. Activision gives fans four earfuls at San Diego Comic-Con this week.
When you're constantly on the room from hordes of flesh-hungry zombies and the desperate remnants of humanity you don't have time to lug around an entire game console just to recreate the experience. That's the only way I can make sense of "Deluxe Plug It In & Play TV Games" based on AMC's The Walking Dead.
Dealing with the guilt of shooting someone in the head, Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman winds down with the special light gun version of id Software's Rage.
In case you forgot why you were so anxious to continue watching The Walking Dead when it ended last season, here's a stark, brutal reminder.
In next week's episode of the AMC hit Breaking Bad, Jesse convinces two of his pals to dip into a little cocaine, spawning an insightful conversation about Left 4 Dead, Resident Evil 4, and Call of Duty: World at War.
This poster, recently slapped up on the walls of some of New York City's subway stations, advertises the next season of AMC's Breaking Bad. But gamers like me who look at it will probably see something else.