The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode 1
In "Done Running," Telltale gives us the Walking Dead game we fell in love with back in Season One, but with noticeable upgrades in gameplay and visuals.
The Walking Dead: The Final Season's opener is a remarkably solid beginning of the end. Done Running's return to the first season's narrative structure is masterfully combined with a fine cast of characters and potential friendships. This is one series that I'll miss, but has the potential to go out with a bang.
Almost completely rediscovering the lightning in a bottle that made the first season so compelling, The Walking Dead: The Final Season is starting out as strongly as we could have hoped.
While it remains similar to its predecessors in plot and structure, The Final Season: Episode One starts the finale off strong
Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Done Running hits the ground running, giving us a revamped and greatly improved take on a formula they've now perfected for an adventure that makes us care even more about Clementine in her new role as the one taking care of AJ in full.
Since its debut, Telltale's The Walking Dead has captivated audiences with its incredible writing, consequential system, and complicated characters. The Walking Dead: The Final Season opens strong by providing a new set of characters and focusing on setting up a premise instead of providing polarizing choices. After a shocking finale Done Running has started off Clementine's final adventure with something that will delight newcomers and shock veterans.
In the end, The Walking Dead: The Final Season is truly the start of the end. For there only being four episodes for this last season, each episode will be extra chunky with story and gameplay as we start reaching the deadline of Telltale’s The Walking Dead series.
The fourth and final season of The Walking Dead starts off on the right foot, with a long-lived and well-written episode that does not renounce to small but important technical-structural innovations.
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The new Telltale game brings new cases to the universe of the series and presents an interesting narrative. Through an episode starring children, we can see the post-apocalyptic world by a different point of view. Clementine plays a mother role for AJ and her responses influence his behavior, leading to some unexpected situations and sometimes even a sense of guilt. The ending of the first episode impresses and causes a certain curiosity of what is to come.
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Telltale begins the final verse of Clementine's ballad on a high note.