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The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land Announced

Next Games have partnered up with AMC to present The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land on Mobile platforms. The game is being developed solely for tablets and smartphones and will feature themes similar to the hit TV Show on AMC. Not much else is given on the title other than:

“Your characters will have to fight in a post-apocalyptic, walker-infested world and it’s all up to you to stay human and survive”

Which is pretty much the gist of zombie apocalypse games, hopefully it provides a story worth giving a damn and gameplay to match.

Check out the cinematic teaser trailer below, the game is expected to launch next year alongside the mid-season premiere for The Walking Dead Season 5 (The Show not the game). Maybe this will feature a story that branches off from that point in the show.

 

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Wii U Soon to Video Chat with Mobile Devices, Some Features In-Game

Nintendo has announced the expansion of its web conference and mobile video chat features. Instead of just using the video chat available in the Mii Verse app, users of the Wii U will now be able to experience video in their games as well with a social twist. Beyond that, Wii U owners now get multiple-person video conferencing features for their system allowing them to talk with more than one person at a time in realtime video and audio calls. But perhaps the most exciting addition for Wii gamers will be the ability to chat in live video with mobile devices.

It is currently unclear which of these features work in-game and which don’t, however it has been confirmed by Satoru Iwata that some of the features being added will work in-game.

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