The Walking Dead series shambles to a brief but moving conclusion that doesn't quite live up to the gruesome brilliance of earlier chapters.
Since when did gamespot turn into the new assclowns of the gaming media?
They have always been hit or miss. Always been harder to impress.
Since they fired Jeff Gertsman. Whether or not it really was because he gave K&L a 6.0 I don't know but ever since they've become almost as bad as IGN.
In my opinion, IGN is pretty consistent and review the game pretty fairly. Gamespot, on the other hand, is all over the place these days. Some of their reviewers are great, but a good amount are questionable in their ratings.
I know. Someone must have pissed in their cereal, because they've been on a tyrant rampage these last couple of months. But again that's why it pays to looks at multiple sites, and see what others think. However, this episode is short, but probably the best out of all of them.
"this episode is short, but probably the best out of all of them" Agreed!
I don't think the ending could of been any better. *shrug*
I couldnt have reached a more different conclusion to this review. I thought that it closed off a genuine masterpiece of a game.... Still, I suppose that according to gamespot,not every game can be as good as lego lord of the rings, or sonic racing.
The last episode was short, but it more than made up for it in story-telling. 7.5 is an absurd score.
7.5??? it should be at least 8.8 and above, ending was great
Gamespot's been lowballing everything new and good lately except for Halo, not that they could lowball Halo since MS now owns their soul via app on XBL. Conflict of interest much, lol? Guess they just need some clicks and ad revenue. Walking Dead ain't been a 7.5 all year
Still haven't played this yet, haven't gotten around to it. I saw this score and I felt a tad disheartened, but judging by the comments everyone disagrees. Happy again :)
ending was awesome but I cant wait for Season 2. now im contemplating if i need to replay the game to get a different ending :(
Is it wrong that im 22 and i nearly cried at the ending.
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