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Submitted by bubs78 725d ago | review

The Walking Dead Episode 3 : Long Road Ahead Review | Bone-idle.ie

Bone-idle.ie writes "The biggest surprise for me personally whilst playing this game is that this game has changed me as a player. When I started out I worked on the premise that I would be the good guy and help everyone, which lasted for episode one without much difficulty as I quickly chose the right answer. Episode two saw a swing to the middle ground and I had to seriously think about every choice but for the most part I think I made the right choice as I tried to help people and play the mediator.

Pretty early on in Episode 3 you are faced with a pretty awful choice and to my surprise I went for the selfish cruel option straight away giving little thought to anyone other else beyond my own survival." (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 3 "Long Road Ahead", Xbox 360) 9.5/10

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