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The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries (pc game)
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Fans of other Walking Dead games, particularly those by Telltale, might be interested to check out this latest offering but to be honest, there's little here that's of much interest to anyone but the most hardcore of followers who just has to have everything to do with the show. This one stars the charismatic Michonne from the comic book series, known for her blade-wielding skills, and the story here is actually set between issues 126 and 139 of the comic book and aims to explain her mysterious absence as well as how she returns to her zombie-slaying chums. There are three episodes to play through here and they're similar to other offerings from Telltale in that this is a story-led adventure where you follow through various scenes, making decisions and finding out how the narrative unfolds. There's little in the way of exploration here so this is a far cry from more traditional point-and-click adventures like Beneath a Steel Sky while the three episodes should only take an hour or so to actually complete. This is one of the main flaws with the game as the story here just flies by and you'll have it all wrapped up before you know it. There's little incentive for replay either so once it's done, it's done. There are bigger issues with the sheer lack of content, with only three environments to discover, so with no exploration to be done, the whole thing feels rather pointless. The story too isn't exactly gripping, leaving the stylish visuals about the only thing of any real note. Definitely one for fans only.

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