The Walking Dead: The Final Season
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Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season provides the same exhilarating feelings of anxiety as you attempt to make the best decision under pressure. Following the same formula as past seasons Clementine must attempt to connect with a new group of survivors while raising a child. The choices are still impactful and the narrative full of great characters but the need to solve basic puzzles and the poor shooting system slows down much of the momentum. The Walking Dead: The Final Season provides a lot of the same tension-filled decisions and situations this series has been known for while concluding Clementine's story with a bang.
The Walking Dead: The Final Season is a must-play for existing fans of the series, and for those who like a little philosophy and love in their games.
The Walking Dead The Final Season is an incredible story and fans owe it to themselves to play it
After a lot of production problems The Walking Dead: The Final Season was completed with the valuable help of The Walking Dead's author. Its the definitive end of the seven-year journey of on one of the most beloved and moving characters we have ever met in in video games.
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"Live and let others die."
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While the studio had been around for years before The Walking Dead, it was really Clementine's and Lee's initial adventure that won the studio lots of acclaim and put them on the map. There were likely many ups and downs for the studio in between, diverging paths that all led to this - the end of the studio as well as The Walking Dead series. So I got to say goodbye to both a studio and a character I cared about when I put down the controller, thankful for the opportunity to be there from beginning to end, even if I might have personally wished a few things had turned out somewhat differently.
You won't feel bitten for picking up The Walking Dead: The Final Season, a fitting conclusion to the long-running and beloved series.
It is gut wrenching to reach the end of The Walking Dead knowing the fate of the series, but it ends on such a high note that it feels like a privilege to take part in this journey of Clementine from the beginning to its end.
The Walking Dead game unlike its TV series is getting finished just in time. This is a both smart and sad (for fans) decision and now we have to say goodbye to the world of Walking Dead and all its potentials.
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With more interaction and better player choice, The Walking Dead: The Final Season might have transcended its predecessors. But as it stands, Clem's adequate goodbye is aided by strong characters, long episodes, and apt nostalgia.