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The Walking Dead Let's Play Season 1 Episode 1 (YouTube)

This list will have my Walking Dead Let's play from the first episode. I am going to split the videos so this blog won't go for too long.

After getting kicked out of Hershel's farm, Kenny nearly gets us eaten by zombies. Then some survivors come to our rescue, which angers Lily, the group's leader. 

The Walking Dead by Telltale games is back!  Telltale games closed down as a result of poor sales. I decided to do a little remembrance of their games. I will be playing my favorite games from the Telltale Games. 
Update Tellatale has been revived since I lat recorded this video. I still want to play their games.
→ You can watch the video here.

After Lary's medical episode, we have to search for the things he needs. While trying to get it, Lee finds a photo of him and his family. Then Carly teleports in and reveals she knows that Lee killed someone. Hence why he was in the cop car at the start of the episode. 

While Lee tries to escape the zombies, Lary punches him. After we get to the motel, Lary reveals that he did it because he knows that Lee is a killer. This depends on the speech you pick when Lary asks to talk to you. 

After getting Clementine, we meet some survivors. The survivors take us to Hershel's farm, where there are more survivors, Kenny, his wife, and kid, for the night. Then Kenny's mistakes cause us to get banned by a grieving Hershel. You can see the video here.


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