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'The Walking Dead' on sale for just $10 on Xbox LIVE Arcade

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Microsoft's "Countdown to 2013" deals jumped the gun a little Thursday as the entire season of "The Walking Dead" game is already on sale for the Xbox 360.

"The Walking Dead" was originally supposed to go on sale Friday, Dec. 28 but you can get all five episodes together now for just 800 MS Points ($10) and download them straight to your Xbox 360 console.

Each episode is a separate purchase and download and Microsoft is currently running a promotion where you can get "Episode 1 - A New Day" for free. Note that this is listed as "Full Game - The Walking Dead" but it is just the first episode.

After that, you can purchase Episodes 2 through 5 for only 200 MS Points ($2.50) each and play the story-driven adventure title all the way through to the chilling end.

We recommend purchasing "The Walking Dead" through Xbox LIVE over the recently released retail release. Multiple users are reporting freezing and stuttering issues with the disk-based version so it's best to stick with the downloadable version until Telltale Games can get the retail version issues straightened out.

PC users can get the game for $12.49 through Saturday, Dec. 30 from Amazon.

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