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- The new season will focus on newcomer Javier, whose backstory revolves about a man who is struggling to keep his family intact to survive the chaotic aftermath of the apocalyptic zombie outbreak.
- A New Frontier comes to retail as a Season Pass Disc, which includes Episode One, and grants access to download the remaining four episodes as they become available.
- The Walking Dead is an episodic interactive drama graphic adventure video game series developed and published by Telltale Games.
- The Walking Dead - The Telltale Series is based on Robert Kirkman's ground-breaking comic book series.
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Telltale's award-winning and chart-dominating The Walking Dead series returns with its third season - "A New Frontier". Continuing the emotionally powerful story-telling seen in Seasons One and Two, we return to one of gaming's most favored characters - Clementine - a young girl who has grown up amid the horrors of the zombie apocalypse. We see her story through the yes of Javier,a young man determined to find the family taken from him, and via playable flashbacks from Clem's past telling the story of how she came to be on a quest for vengeance. In A New Frontier, players will discover what the world is like when civilization begins to rebuild, and what sacrifices it will take to make society again.
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The thing I probably love most is how much the choices actually have an effect on how the season ends. There are quite a few different endings to this game, and it's a culmination of decisions you've made throughout the entire season. Depending on how Javi interacts with others, and how he reacts in situations, will present you with certain outcomes in the end that you have to choose from, so that's something interesting that had sort of been lacking in the first two seasons. The story line for the season started off really strong, and while it got a bit bumpy in the middle, the conclusion was wonderful, definitely my favorite of the three seasons.
The graphics were incredible compared to seasons 1 and 2. It's smoother, sharper, a bit darker in contrast which gives the game an eerie, fitting feel to it that really brings me into their world. The scenery was quite beautiful as well, giving a glimpse into the kind of world these characters live in years into the apocalypse.
The way I was able to care about the new main playable character, Javi, so quickly is a testament to how much care was gone into his creation, with a backstory all his own and pretty unique to this series. As always, Clementine was such a welcome, friendly face, and to see the growth she's undergone in the two years since we last saw her was really cool. She's changed quite a bit, shaped by her experiences, and the words and actions of those she'd cared for in her life still resonating within her. She's got her own quest this season that stands on its own, but also intertwines nicely with Javi's story, which I appreciate because Clementine is truly the center of this entire series as a whole, and deserves her own story. I was a bit put off by the handling of a few characters because I wasn't able to connect with some as strongly as I would have liked. Despite my choices, a few key characters went in completely unanticipated directions, and so there was little consistency with them. As to be expected, there were quite a few deaths in the game, and I feel like the weight of some of those deaths should have had more of an impact on the other characters, but instead it was like they were completely forgotten about soon after.
One thing that stood out to where I have to mention it were the glitches. It could just be because it's still relatively new, but there were quite a few of bugs throughout the game, such as the screen glitching with lines running across it, completely shielding the screen, to where I had to quit the app and reload it. In one scene, a character that had died just walked in the peripheral of the frame like completely normal! One particular weapon attached to Javi's backpack kept floating all over the screen which was very distracting to the game play. The distracting glitches can be fixed by simply reloading the game, but it's tedious. Hopefully now that all the episodes are out, they'll go back and fix these bugs.
With that said, this game is for HUGE fans of The Walking Dead only. This game is like watching TV, most of the game you're just watching people speak, then selecting your answer, then maybe moving or maybe click X or triangle when killing a walker or a human.
This isn't like Fallout where you choose where to go and what missions to do. In fact, I think some outcomes are inevitable no matter what choices you get. At least that was my experience when I bought the game extra Michonne. 3 episodes, for $5 each.