Average User Score: 8.1May 12, 2012First: I have not seen any TV show. Nor read any book/comic strip of the "enterprise". But I kinda like zombies. (They USED to be people, too.) And I used to like adventure games, like "Day of the Tentacle". And Borderland's cartoonish style. Not to forget games where your decisions really made a difference. "The Walking Dead" got parts from all these game jewels. And making it episodes, makes the game very accessible and digestible, giving you a sufficient dose. Then you'll have to wait a while for the next episode arrives. I like it, and I'm glad I subscribed, rather than buying each episode. At least if the rest of the episodes are as good as the first.....… Expand
Average User Score: 8.4Aug 13, 2011I liked/enjoyed it, up to a point. I just finished the second run as I was aiming for platinum. That's the only motivation I had to go for the second run, as evil. The main minus is the gameplay itself. It's pretty much the same over and over. Besides, I really don't care for playing evil. It's against my personal values, even i a game. But I did it for the trophy, and then it turned out I didn't get the "Hard" trophy due to some stupid game design. Playing on "Hard" when the game itself suggests it, isn't good enough. Well, I'm not playing it for the third time. I am ready to move on, and say R.I.P. to Infamous 2. I had some fun, but just about 6 worth of it.
The user generated missions found around the maps are innovative. The quality varied, but it's a plus to the game.
All in all an OK game , but not a must have, imho.… Expand
Average User Score: 5.6Mar 22, 2011This is an all time low for me. I really gave this a shot, played through the campaign with an open mind before i was going to try the multiplayer. The campaign was short, buggy and crappy designed. I could head from the street into a house first, then Connor would shout at me as he finally entered the house: "Get inside the house!". This stupid choreographic errors are all over the place. To top it all, they use voices/actors from South Park, which didn't exactly add to the "seriousness" the game tries to offer. I was initially thinking of giving this game a 4 for the single player. Then come the MP. It's at times kinda OK, I was just trying it out to get the feel of it. So I was deciding to start playing it a bit heavier, and register the "Battle Code" included in the box. I entered the code, and it wasn't accepted. Invalid code or wrong entered or something was the message. But I was certain I checked the code was entered right, and it was a brand new game, preordered to boot. And the effing code was invalid! So I thought "OK, I don't need the extra XP, and just kept playing. But then, after reaching level 5, I couldn't level up any more until I entered the "Battle Code"! I have written THQ.com twice about this. So far no reply other than "Thanks for contacting us" from a noreply email. This made me quite sick of the game, and I went back to GameStop. Of course they tell me to contact the maker (THQ). Sick of the game I just "traded" it in and got $20 back for the crap.Due to the MP part of the game flunking big time, I give this crap a total of 1 out of 10. Save your money, and don't buy this game. This "Battle Code" idea is a very, VERY bad idea. And No!, I don't want to buy a "Battle Code" on eBay. My guess is that hackers cracked the codes, selling them on eBay, rendering codes in gameboxes unusable.
Btw THQ.com gets a 0 (zero) for their total lack of response and effort to try to solve this mess.