The Walking Dead: The Game Episode 5

Some really fantastic games have been released this year but, dare I say, nothing quite as exceptional as The Walking Dead: The Game. This episodic content has consistently challenged players to do the right thing under less than desirable circumstances, making for a gaming experience that truly stands out. This isn’t about blood and guts and gore and killing, but more a study of the human condition. It’s more of an interactive tale, and sticks quite nicely to the old school adventure formula. As Lee Everett, you’re in control of the decisions you make and ultimately how the story unfolds. If you haven’t already, give this one a shot. It’s a fantastic journey that really shouldn’t be missed. I wouldn’t be surprised to see this win some awards when all is said and done.

Galaxy Camera

Samsung’s Galaxy Camera is finally out. Excited? Whatever? This is essentially a Galaxy S III converged with a point-and-shoot. That’s an exciting prospect… until you realize it costs $500. That’s a whopper of a price, but let’s focus on the positives. The device itself comes with a 4.7-inch LCD display (306 ppi), Android 4.1, 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 1650 mAh battery, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, 16-megapixels and AT&T 4G. Will this Frankendevice be a perfect marriage of photo capabilities and software? It’s now easier than ever to upload pictures straight to your social network of choice. But will the quality justify the price over your regular old smartphone, or even competing point-and-shoot cameras?

Belkin iPad Mini Keyboard Case

When does a keyboard become too cramped before it’s unusable? Apparently Apple’s newest 7.9-inch iPad mini doesn’t cross that threshold. And we thought keyboards for the normal-sized iPad were small; this is altogether a different category. We haven’t used this yet, so we’ll reserve judgement on the actual experience. But I thought the iPad mini was aimed more as a device to consume, not necessarily create? Be that as it may, this accessory is designed the same way as Belkin’s other iPad folio cases, offering an extra layer of protection while promising to turn the iPad into a faux laptop. For $79.99, Belkin is certainly asking for a premium price. [via Technabob]