Entries in The Walking Dead Season 3 (2)


PPR 105

f the moon was made of cheese, would you eat it down and never look back? Of course you would, because who in the Bleu Cheese hell would pass up that much Gouda! We’ve got another episode coming at you, and the topic of discussion this week is Disposable gaming, as the shelf-life of some our favorite franchises are starting to get smaller and smaller.

In addition to that, we talk about a bunch other stuff like the new DuckTales, Pokémon GO, Tacoma, Destiny 2, Sonic Mania, Nintendo Lawsuits, Hyperkin Products, and more! This episode is jam packed with all the fluff and brie that you could ever want, kick up a seat and dig into some fondue because our latest episode is go! 

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QCF: The Walking Dead Season 3: A New Frontier

f there’s one thing that Telltale has proven as a game developer in recent years it’s that they can offer an experience that’s close to the chest for any given property and its respective fandom. Among all of the licenses they’ve tackled however, there’s one particular adaption that truly represents the pedigree of the studio more than any of the other games they’ve helmed, and that’s the Walking Dead.

The third season picks up years from where we left off from the last time we saw Clementine, and while returning players are presumably breathing a collective sigh of relief to see her face grace the screen once more, Season Three’s “A New Frontier” isn’t centered on the steadfast teenager’s struggles in the post-apocalyptic world—we have a new player on the field.

More importantly, the first two episodes are quick to build upon a theme that effectively instills a growing sense of tension in each and every turning point crossed; legacies are bullshit, and nothing is sacred to those who want to survive.

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