The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode 3 Reviews
This episode may sometimes sprint on the way to that conclusion but it’s just going to be a few months until we find out whether or not the odd rush had a greater purpose.
Featuring a sweeping narrative experience and barring a few caveats, the penultimate episode "Broken Toys" might be the best yet for The Walking Dead: The Final Season.
Episode 3 of The Walking Dead Final Season is the most polished entry of Clementine's final run to date, jam-packed with heart-wrenching moments and intense action.
The Walking Dead was worth saving. The usual Telltale caveats about polish and quick time action scenes apply, but this is exciting, powerhouse storytelling, packed with fantastic character work and edge-of-your-seat cinematic moments. The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 3 lines up the sights for a bloody good finale – let's hope Skybound nails the headshot.
The mere fact that The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode 3 'Broken Toys' exists is cause for celebration.
The undead series about the undead stumbles a little in its revival episode, though it still retains tension, great setpieces, and undeniable heart.
Broken Toys is a fine and quite interesting episode. There's tension, action, heatbreaking moments, good characters development and a lot of question that hopefully will find answers in a few weeks.
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The Walking Dead's final season survives the closure of Telltale Games with aplomb, as Episode 3 delivers another brutal step towards the end.
Broken Toys isn’t perfect, but its dialogue is superb, its pacing is fluid and its gameplay is fun and engaging. Stick with The Walking Dead to the end, and I have no doubt you’ll be happy with the result.
Filled with twists and turns, the penultimate episode delivers one explosive finale and, with only one instalment left to tie up Clementine's story, it still feels like anything could happen.
The ghost of Telltale gets one graceful and hopeful step closer to completing its unfinished business.
Telltale's final season was presumed dead a few months ago, but just like the titular zombies, The Walking Dead: The Final Season has risen from the grave to live again. It's a good thing too, because "Broken Toys" is the best episode of the season by far.
The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 3 – Broken Toys may stumble upon an all too familiar plotline, but the chemistry between the two most important roles helps to iron out the creases thanks to a believable and important companionship. My decisions standing in Clementine’s shoes conjures certain anticipation within me in how it may affect the final strokes of the series. Whether there will be alternative conclusions or a single ending set in stone is yet to be made clear.
The Walking Dead: The Final Season has had a roller coaster of a ride setting up new characters and a new environment for Clementine. With the first episode placing Clementine and A.J. in a brand new group and episode 2 having Clementine take charge. Episode 3: Broken Toys is one of the most emotional episodes in this series, providing more touching connections between the characters as they put their faith into one another for what is a suicide mission. Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode 3 Broken Toys is one of the best episodes of the series and sets up the finale with a bang.
After witnessing the fall of Telltale and the resurrection for The Final Season to pursue the game’s full conclusion, Episode Three exceeds expectations of the previous and sets a good path leading to the last part of Clementine’s story.
3rd episode of final season of The Walking Dead is the first episode created by Skybound. This is episode is one of the most emotional episodes in the whole series. Relationships between characters and the whole story is excellent, but the game has issues in other sections. This episode is probably worth your time.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Broken toys is to remember especially for two beautiful central sections and for the tumultuous ending, but in the end it remains the "same" Walking Dead episode as ever.
Review in Italian | Read full review
In the first episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season since the end of Telltale Games, Clementine's journey picks back up towards an emotional finale.
Clementine's story deserves to be finished, and this third episode does justice to the legacy of Telltale Games.
Review in Italian | Read full review
The transition from Telltale Games to Skybound Games feels as smooth as it could possibly be. The themes in Broken Toys tend to get in the way of each other, but otherwise, this is a solid episode that builds nicely into the finale.