PC - Windows
The Walking Dead: Michonne
This is an episodic game. You will need to get the base game and all succeeding episodes to experience it as designed.
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About this game
Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature
The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries stars the iconic, blade-wielding character from Robert Kirkman's best-selling comic books. Haunted by her past, and coping with unimaginable loss and regret, the story explores Michonne's absence between issues #126 and #139 of the comic book.
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- OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3
- Processor: Core 2 Duo 2GHz or equivalent
- Memory: 3 GB RAM
- Graphics: ATI or NVIDIA card w/512 MB RAM
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 3 GB available space
- Sound Card: Direct X 9.0c sound device
- Additional Notes: Not Recommended for Intel integrated graphics
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Gamer Reviews4091 Reviews
I expected a lot in this game and I have to say I was quite disappointed. It is not worth it for its full price.
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Critic Reviews5 Reviews
In the end, the stage is set. The players have taken center stage. The folks at Telltale have a solid basis for a story, all they need to do is knock it out of the park now. Even though I think they could've done some innovating here and there, that doesn't take away from the fact that they've written a compelling start to what I hope is going to be a compelling story and I'm definitely looking forward to the next episodes. It's good, now all that remains is to see if it's going to be great.
Its brevity allows for a single, fairly simple story arc that’s punctuated with a handful of well played set piece moments, but it doesn’t allow for the new characters to breathe and grow. It’s great to explore the background of one of the comic’s more popular characters, but doesn’t significantly push Telltale’s games on from their previous highs.
As a whole, this mini-series is a weird experiment and it worked for the most part. If you're looking for a Telltale experience with rich narrative and emotions, but less exploration and a higher pacing, this may be something for you. Ultimately, for us, it didn't have the same impact as the first two seasons and that is in spite of the fact that we really like Michonne and enjoyed being able to scuplt her persona, softening some of her edges compared to her normal self. There are some great themes and concepts explored here, and once again The Walking Dead excels at telling stories where good people do bad things, and how that changes them, and how having something bad happen can change you deeply.