Telltale Games and Robert Kirkman, the Eisner Award-winning creator and writer of The Walking Dead for Skybound and Image Comics, announced today that "No Time Left," the final episode of their five-part game series, is now available for download.
Episode five picks up immediately where episode four ended. Clementine has been taken, kidnapped by an unseen enemy. Lee must set out onto the streets and rooftops of the city of Savannah, a place now completely overrun by the undead, to get her back.
"No Time Left" concludes Telltale's first five- part game season of The Walking Dead, which debuted in April of this year. Episodes one through four were met with critical acclaim including various Editor's Choice Awards, Best of E3 2012 awards and nominations, a Golden Joystick nomination and 6 nominations in this year's upcoming Spike TV Video Game Awards, including Game of the Year. Metacritic scores rank the series as »
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