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The Walking Dead Episode Five: No Time Left- PC

The Walking Dead Episode Five: No Time Left- PC
alaScore 87

2 reviews

Sep, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the action. The design also gets good comments.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the The Walking Dead Episode Five: No Time Left- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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It was love that made The Walking Dead special, and made me shed a tear as the credits rolled. It’s love that makes The Walking Dead not only Telltale’s best game by a mile, but also one of the best adventure games ever...

A finale that actually feels like the culmination of how I played; I'm going to miss the characters; A hugely effective narrative; It’s absolutely heartbreaking; I can go back and replay the whole thing now

One moment in my playthrough was a bit too contrived; Apocalyptic fiction (this game included) has a weird obsession with buildings inexplicably falling into immediate disrepair

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The Walking Dead Episode Five: No Time Left- PC

 

Before Telltale Games brought The Walking Dead franchise to PCs and consoles, the adventure genre had fallen on hard times. Big budget shooters, third person action games and a smattering of photo realistic sports and driving simulators seemed to be...

Slick action moments ; Video game story-telling at its finest ; In-game actions really did shape the game

Shortest episode ; Poor puzzles

The Walking Dead, Episode 5 “No Time Left” caps one of the most memorable gaming experiences I have had in a long time. The weak puzzles and short length are easily overshadowed by the frantic pacing, rich presentation, and a decision making mechanic...

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