Back in 2012, the first season of The Walking Dead propelled its developer Telltale to the top of the table for player-driven storytelling. Then last year, the developer closed its doors. Skybound Entertainment, owned by Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, stepped in to see the game through to completion.

So seven years later, we have arrived to the end of the story of Clementine, the girl who – after being rescued in The Walking Dead’s first season – is trying to survive a zombie apocalypse.

This time around, 16-year-old Clementine is accompanied by another young survivor, AJ – gamers will not only have to ensure Clementine’s survival, but will also have to consider AJ’s personal development. So during periods of rest, AJ will need to reflect on his feelings and actions.

The game’s narrative, like previous seasons, keeps you on your toes while the user’s care for Clementine is enhanced through her relationship with AJ. Visuals are compelling and the ending to Clementine’s story is well worth the wait.


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