The Walking Dead: Episode 5 - No Time Left

The Walking Dead: Episode 5 - No Time Left

released on Nov 20, 2012

The Walking Dead: Episode 5 - No Time Left

released on Nov 20, 2012

Just like the first episode it consists of eight chapters and it picks up after the events of the previous episode. Clem disappeared and Lee is in contact with her through the walkie-talkie, but she is not alone.


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Un cierre de temporada emotivo, increíble y lleno de acción. Me hubiera gustado que hubiesen desarrollado más al gran villano de este episodio, pero no fue así. Es muy corto y en algunas partes se siente forzada la trama, siento que no estuvo a la altura de un episodio final. La última escena te hará llorar sí o sí.

GOD. DAMN IT!!!!!! I cant review this shit man.

The ending that made Pewdiepie cry. Some goes for me and my sister when we were playing this.

a relação do lee com a clementine é interesante, é uma construção razoavel, apesar de algumas incoerencias que são tedências em the walking dead e superficialidades, foi visivelmente superior a parte anterior

The Walking Dead has been a gripping and highly entertaining adventure game thus far, so now that the season finale is here we can see how every choice you made stacks up. Thankfully choices have impacted things throughout the series instead of stacking them up for the end. A few from each episode will affect this episode, but I have to say that this episode is extremely heart wrenching and the most shocking of them all, not to mention the shortest.
Lee and your surviving gang are on their way to save Clem from a mysterious man who snatched her up. They leave their boat behind for a bit to go find her, but things go completely downhill because the zombies are in the thousands and not to mention all the shocking moments that lead up the end. Something happens every 20 minutes or so that will make you set your controller down and take a breather and say, “How did that happen?!” That’s how great this series is. Each character is memorable and you will either love them or hate them depending on your choices. The system Telltale set up is so organic and smooth that you don’t really notice your choice caused this until you really think. That is excellent game design, but I will take some time to address issues that I have held off until now.
Firstly, the graphics are pretty dated which I mentioned in the first episode. The art style looks like the comics, but the graphics are about 7 years old. There’s hitches and stuttering often which never got addressed. Each episode is extremely short, but this one clocks in at just a measly hour. Why this is a stand alone episode is beyond me, they could have just made this series four episodes. The pacing is also all over the place. Episode 2 was probably the most disappointing of them all, and Episode 4 was lacking in the shocking moments department. There’s also no challenge in the game with this just being an interactive experience. This is one of my favorite adventure games of all time, but I would like to see some serious upgrades in Season 2.
With all that said Episode 5 ends on a cliffhanger and who knows when we will find out what’s happened next. With seeing how successful this series as I’m sure Season 2 will start pouring out through next year starting in spring. Episode 5 is very touching and after you finish the game you will realize that Season 2 will start with a whole new cast of characters. As it stands Episode 5 delivers a great ending and you really feel satisfied with your journey through Savannah and will sit back and wait for Season 2.

A gut-punch of an experience. Unforgettable the first time around.