The Walking Dead: The Game - Season 1, Episode 5: No Time Left (2012)

Video Game  -   -  Action | Adventure | Horror  -  20 November 2012 (USA)
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After being bitten by a walker, Lee has little time left to find Clementine who has been kidnapped by the man on the walkie-talkie. Will he find her in time?

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Lee Everett (voice)
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Clementine (voice)
Gavin Hammon ...
Kenny (voice)
Trevor Hoffman ...
Ben (voice)
Owen Thomas ...
Omid (voice)
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Christa (voice)
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Radio Voice (voice)
Anthony Lam ...
Stranger (voice)
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Various Zombies (voice)
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After being bitten by a walker, Lee has little time left to find Clementine who has been kidnapped by the man on the walkie-talkie. Will he find her in time?

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A brilliant and emotional journey
26 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First of all, this isn't a video game in the traditional sense. More like an interactive movie. There are a few mild puzzle elements, but really it all boils down to you making choices and directing a story. And what a story! Many of us are familiar with the Walking Dead franchise in at least one of its mediums, so you are probably aware of its premise of the Zombie Apocalypse and the way it takes its tole on the various survivors. What's brilliant about this game, first and foremost, is how it takes almost all new characters not in the comic or t.v. show and weaves them into the overall universe. This game explores various themes, but it's heart and soul is about an imperfect man trying to take care of a little girl. Throughout the first 4 episodes, you've made numerous choices in order to survive. You've crossed paths with numerous characters, some who've lived, some who've died, and some who simply moved on, but all the while it's been you, playing as Lee, and young Clementine keeping each other safe and whole. This 5th and final episode of Season 1 is a such a beautifully told tale, such a perfect ending to this first season, that you will be mulling over its emotional impact for days after you've finished it. Fair warning, be prepared to shed some tears by the end. This is one of the greatest surprises of the year in video games, and one of the best games of the year, period.


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