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Submitted by Deeke 785d ago | review

The Walking Dead - Episode 5: No Time Left Review | GAMINGtruth.com

GAMINGtruth's own Indie Games Editor Derek Strickland delivers the verdict on the final chapter of Telltale's critically acclaimed video game series on The Walking Dead with Episode 5 "No Time Left":

"Episode 5 carries forth everything that the other chapters have put into place, blending masterful horror-infused suspense with zombie-slaying gunslinging action along with incredibly creative nightmarish scenarios and sequences.

No Time Left plays like both a movie and a game, engaging gamers in an expansive and disheartening emotional journey that stays true to The Walking Dead universe. It’s terrifying, heart-wrenching, and invigorating at the same time, and brings a great gaming experience for fans of the comics everywhere." (PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 5 "No Time Left", Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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Deeke  +   785d ago
A fantastic conclusion to a fantastic series. It has everything: action, horror, suspense, and heart-breaking emotional elements that bring all of the characters to life--and death--throughout the game.
FriedGoat  +   784d ago
I wanted to play it again, see if I could alter the outcome. It was damn good.
Cam_is_16bit  +   785d ago
These episodic games can be really great. Good job, Derek!
Norrison  +   784d ago
One of the best endings ever.

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