'The Strolling Lifeless: Michonne' debuts on February twenty third

'The Walking Dead: Michonne' debuts on February 23rd

The Strolling Lifeless: Michonne is a 3-episode miniseries from the undead-drama masterminds at Telltale Video games, and the primary installment is about to drop on February twenty third for PC, Mac, PlayStation four, PlayStation three, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Android and iOS variations land on February twenty fifth. The premiere episode is titled “In Too Deep” and it ties instantly into Robert Kirkman’s The Strolling Lifeless graphic novel: Michonne disappears between points #126 and #139, and Telltale’s miniseries divulges what she did throughout that absence. Spoilers: She turns into a badass pirate.

The primary episode follows Michonne as she boards the crusing ship The Companion, which stalks the shoreline looking for survivors and provides. The crew solutions a misery name to seek out the remnants of a gory bloodbath, and this leads them to the floating survivors’ colony of Monroe as they seek out the individual accountable.

“Haunted by her previous, and dealing with unimaginable loss and remorse, the story explores Michonne’s absence,” Telltale writes. “Over the three episodes of the miniseries, gamers will uncover what took Michonne away from Rick, Ezekiel, and the remainder of her trusted group… and what introduced her again.”

'The Walking Dead: Michonne' debuts on February 23rd

Michonne is voiced by Samira Wiley, the actress who portrays Poussey Washington in Orange is the New Black. “In Too Deep” can be adopted by the second episode, “Give No Shelter,” in March and “What We Deserve” in April. All the miniseries is $15.

Telltale guarantees you need not learn the comics or play the earlier Strolling Lifeless video games to dive into Michonne’s miniseries. However, it is best to completely do each of these issues. The studio will launch an prolonged preview of the premiere episode, full with developer commentary, on February 14th at eight:30PM EST on the Telltale YouTube channel.

Jessica is knowledgeable nerd, specializing in unbiased gaming, eSports and Harry Potter. She’s written for on-line retailers since 2008, with 4 years as Senior Reporter at Joystiq. She’s additionally a sci-fi novelist with a accomplished manuscript floating via the mysterious ether of potential publishers. Jessica graduated from ASU’s Walter Cronkite Faculty of Journalism in 2011 with a bachelor’s in journalism.

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