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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 881d ago | review

Gamespy-The Walking Dead Ep 5: No Time Left Review

GS:In the tiresome debate over whether videogames can be considered art, one oft-mentioned criteria is, "Can a video game make you cry?" Okay, forget crying -- how about "Can a video game make you convulse?" Make you nearly faint? Turn away in grueling discomfort? Want to vomit? Based on any of these arbitrary milestones, No Time Left, the fifth and final episode in The Walking Dead adventure series from Telltale Games, most definitely qualifies as art -- exquisitely horrific, body-slam-your-emotions, tears-on-your-keyboard art. It is a near-perfect conclusion that may leave you emotionally gutted. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 5 "No Time Left", Xbox 360) 5/5

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