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The Walking Dead: March to War

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Sloppy, overly complicated take on a pop culture classic.

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The zombie apocalypse is a complicated enough place; it really doesn't need to be made harder with bad design choices. But instead of taking a less-is-more approach, The Walking Dead: March to War overloads players with a complicated menu system, confusing interface, and mediocre gameplay. Tutorials are always useful, but the game offers so many that it's easy to be overwhelmed -- and forget basic mechanics after a while because you're being drilled in some other minutia of the game.

Worse still, when you finally finish the (literal) hours of tutorials, there's not a lot to do in the game. You send parties on raids or scavenger hunts -- but don't actively participate. Instead, you watch their progress via a green arrow. That means that even if you can look past the overly complicated structure, this is ultimately a game that is the one thing a zombie title should never be: boring.

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