The Walking Dead: Episode 3 - Long Road Ahead for PlayStation 3

The Walking Dead: Episode 3 - Long Road Ahead

Aug 28, 2012

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About this game

Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature


Episode three of a five-part game series set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning series. As they head out of Macon, the group’s progress is derailed by accusations of treachery from within. Lilly and Kenny tear the group apart you must side with the one you believe to be right. Face the tough choice of disclosing your troubled past or risk losing the trust of your fellow survivors. Make choices that influence the future of your group: will they confidently move forward or regret a change of leadership? A horde of walkers overrun the group and there is only one safe way to escape…..or is it? New survivors join the group. The choices you made in previous episodes may come back to haunt you or prove to be worthwhile decisions.

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Ben ReevesAug 31, 2012
The gameplay has some rough edges, but as an interactive story, this is an experience that shouldn’t be missed.
Angelo M. D'ArgenioAug 30, 2012
I honestly can't say much more about The Walking Dead Episode 3 without spoiling it in ways that I'm not willing to do. This, dear readers, is art, pure and simple. This is what the video game medium allows us to do. This is cinematic gaming at its absolute best—a direct, personal, jarring, dark narrative. Savor it while you can, before the zombie apocalypse brings an end to all things.
GREG MILLERApr 23, 2012
Just like I watch Rick Grimes evolve every month in The Walking Dead comics, I get to see myself evolve through the lens of Lee Everett with each episode of The Walking Dead: The Game. That's fascinating and disturbing at the same time. Each episode makes me care more and more about these characters, so the events of Long Road Ahead make it the most impactful episode to date. It's a disturbing, depressing and entertaining entry in a journey that's been nothing short of excellent so far.