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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 696d ago | review

CCC: The Walking Dead: Episode 3 - Long Road Ahead Review

CCC: At this point, I would not hesitate to call The Walking Dead by Telltale Games one of the greatest works of gaming art in our current generation. The dark and grim themes of survival during a zombie apocalypse are expressed through story, characterization, setting, and, most importantly, mechanics. TWD forces you to make difficult decisions that may have no good answers. No matter how hard you try to play the game "perfectly," people are going to die. People are going to hate you. The world is ending, and there is nothing you can do about. The joy of this game is watching how the world crumbles around you. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 3 "Long Road Ahead", Xbox 360) 4.8/5

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