Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1040d ago | review

The Walking Dead: No Time Left: Much-needed closure | SnackBarGames Review

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"There’s a lot of closure in The Walking Dead‘s final chapter, and I haven’t cringed so much while playing a game in a long time. It’s hard to reconcile my feelings that everybody should play this game with my innate want to keep people from being sad. The whole thing is brilliant (especially the final act), but when the credits rolled I had tears welling up in my eyes and I’m not sure that I have it in me to replay the game for a while. On the other hand, I’m absolutely ready for season two to release next year, so that I can buy it as soon as I can. I need to know what happens to this universe and the people who inhabit it." (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 5 "No Time Left", Xbox 360) 5/5

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