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Submitted by combocaster 771d ago | review

The Walking Dead: No Time Left Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

No Time Left is the closing of a brilliantly told story from the first episode. If you follow this game for some time already know their quality and after this last episode are not doubts that The Walking Dead will be remembered in the coming years as the following example on how to tell a story. The characters are brilliant, Lee Everett is undoubtedly one of the best characters this year.
After the tragic event at the end of last episode, Lee strives best to save Clementine putting your life at risk. It is the heaviest episode sentimentally, exploiting to the full the relationship between Lee and Clementine. All issues have been getting outstanding will be answered and our choices begin to weigh more and more. Sometimes it is also the idea that the choice is not really ours, much as try a number of characters that will always die and the impact of our decisions is not as great as expected at the beginning of the game. But this is not really a bad point, Lee is just a man and reality is more or less well, however we do what is right can not always save everyone. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 5 "No Time Left", Xbox 360) 9.5/10

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