With the state of TellTale Games in decline, it makes the idea of this being possibly last episode depressing.
While the final season doesn’t feel like the beginning of the end, you will get this full circle feeling as you do for AJ what you once did for Clementine.
TellTale Games presents a better finale in 5 episodes than most shows do in 10, 12, or even 24 episodes. And damn if I don’t hate how long they take to speak of the possibility of another season.
While perhaps the shortest episode ever released by TellTale Games, since they became licensed heavy, glimmers of the Crown Prince make up for the 80 minute playing time.
Despite the nearly 2-hour time length, “Fractured Mask” went by like a breeze – in a good way.
TellTale Games introduces something new to the formula of their licensed games while maintaining a lot of what we are used to. However, as with their other properties, like The Walking Dead, while the characters may be familiar, they are [Read More]
As usual, The Walking Dead is an emotional experience. One in which, despite only using a joystick and a handful of buttons, reminds you why video games are an art form. Something which takes you beyond passively watching like a [Read More]
As usual, things are often life or death and largely you are not in control. But if you have been playing the games thus far, you’re used to that by now, right? Play Through Time 1 Hour and 28 Minutes
Overview And so the journey ends with either your nobility or your survival. It’s all your decision. Will you be aggressive or political, betray others or face a possible ill fate, and how far will you go for the survival [Read More]
Initial Thoughts All has been setup for the finale: Your attempts at politics with Mira; you trying to find some secret grove with Gared; Asher trying to convince newly freed slaves to join him, and those at Ironrath trying to [Read More]