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The Walking Dead, Episode Three—The third perspective

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This blog post is going to be about events that take place in The Walking Dead, Episode Three. If you haven't already played this episode, do not read this post.

The Walking Dead: Episode Three—Long Road Ahead Review

Bring Tissues

The Walking Dead: Episode Three—Long Road Ahead Screenshot

HIGH The intensity and emotion is unbelievably high.

LOW Are you REALLY not gonna let me grab that map, Kenny?

WTF A glitch made Duck invisible for a few conversations. Mood killer!

Gamecritics.com Podcast Episode 79: PAX and The Walking Dead Episode Three

In this episode, Brad is freshly back from PAX Prime and gives us the low-down on what he saw there. We then go into a huge, spoiler-ridden discussion of The Walking Dead Episode Three. Don't worry, we tell you before we start talking about it. Stop being paranoid. With Chi Kong "Mr. C" Lui, Brad "Richie" Gallaway, Mike "Potsie" Bracken, Richard "The Fonz" Naik and Dylan "Arnold" Collins.

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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 76: Listener Questions, Dawnguard, The Walking Dead--Episode Two

In this episode, Chi and Brad play Dawnguard, Richard plays League of Legends, Mike plays Demon's Souls (2 years late) and we ALL play The Walking Dead Episode Two. We also took some listener questions. Haven't you always wondered what Chi's favorite Pokémon is? WELL HERE IS THE CHANCE TO LEARN! With Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken, Richard "We still hate Duck" Naik and Dylan Collins.

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The Walking Dead: Episode Two—Starved for Help Review

Hungry for More

The Walking Dead: Episode Two—Starved for Help Screenshot

HIGH The "batteries" line near the end of the episode.

LOW Being shunted out of a scene before I was ready.

WTF Kenny's dialogue didn't match my choices from Episode One.

The Walking Dead: Episode One—A New Day Review

Three Slices Through the Same Exquisite Corpse

The Walking Dead: Episode One—A New Day Screenshot

HIGH Tense and significant story-based choices.

LOW Not knowing whether I was stuck or just waiting for the plot to progress.

WTF The way to break a window "silently." Also, batteries.

Jurassic Park: The Game Review

A New Attraction has Opened!

Jurassic Park: The Game Screenshot

HIGH Raptor knife fight!

LOW Tapping-induced blisters.

WTF Now is not the time for a conversation about your troubled relationship!

Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse — Beyond the Alley of the Dolls Review

"Doggelgangers" for the Win

Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse — Beyond the Alley of the Dolls Screenshot

HIGH The story starts getting more exciting—and bizarre.

LOW The characters take a backseat to the bizarre story.

WTF Interspecies make-out session!

This is not a Puzzle Agent review

Puzzle  Agent Screenshot

Unlike many gamers with disabilities, there aren't many barriers in games that make them completely inaccessible to me. Sure, there are games I don't like and usually avoid (first-person shooters: I navigate much better in the third-person than the first), and games that mesh with my pattern of skills (the grind-heavy role-playing game [RPG]), but I can count on one hand games that are unplayable because they force me to do something I'm incapable of.

Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse — They Stole Max's Brain! Review

A Dog and his Brat

Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse — They Stole Max's Brain! Screenshot

High: The characters, especially Sam and Pharoah Sammun-Mak.

Low: It was over too soon.

WTF?: That a game about a boy Pharaoh who bends reality to make himself supreme ruler doesn't have any WTFs.

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