Skybound Games stepped in and brought Clementine’s story to the end.
The graphics in The Final Season are good. They surely aren’t as good and stable as some of the other recent games like Red Dead Redemption, but that’s fine. What we got is good enough. The shadows are accurate, the world is detailed and the characters look marvellous.
I enjoyed the storyline a lot. Clearly, the storyline is different for everyone as you choose how the story progresses. I’m going to keep this review spoiler-free, but trust me, no matter who you are or what you are interested in, you will enjoy The Walking Dead storyline. At times I found myself on the edge of my seat as I was so into the story. The story earned my attention from the very beginning and not at one point did I feel lost or uninterested.
I noticed that I was quickly falling in love with the characters. I even found myself loving ‘the bad guys’ which was unusual for me. Telltale did a magnificent job of growing and developing their characters. I adore a game with great characters. I particularly loved AJ. AJ was never around to experience what the world was like before the apocalypse. His mind is twisted and he sometimes mixes up what is wrong and right, but in the end, he is adorable. His love for Clementine really brings the entire story together.
In my opinion, the ending was satisfactory. I’m not gonna spoil anything, but the ending was immeasurable. If you can make it to the end with a dry eye, congratulations, you have no heart!
In conclusion, The Walking Dead: The Final Season is an emotional end to a fantastic series. You just can’t skip this one as the quality is amazing and the story-line is gripping. Now is also a better time than ever to pick it up as it’s on sale in most places right now.
Developer: Telltale Games and Skybound games
Price: Changes. Usually around $15