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Submitted by IanBear 581d ago | review

PlayDevil: The Walking Dead Episode 5: No Time Left Review

Does Walking Dead Season 1 finish with a bang?

Here is a snippet:

"Games are normally something I play for fun, and it’s only a couple of times that I’ve ever welled up in response to the emotional storytelling in a game. The Walking Dead, however, such is the sense of attachment you get for certain characters, left me sobbing for a good couple of minutes afterwards. I could even see some of it coming, and tried to control my emotions, but the ending is even more than I thought I could take. It’s just amazing, and you need to experience this for yourself." (The Walking Dead: Episode 5 "No Time Left", Xbox 360) 90/100

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