The Walking Dead Episode 5: No Time Left
A sad yet deeply satisfying conclusion.
Wonderfully written acted, and depicted.
Fantastic blend of action.
Adventure, and character interaction.
Decisions canít change destiny.
Feeling faint while playing.
Season 2 hasn't been announced yet.
By IGN on December 05, 2012
The Walking Dead: The Game – Episode 5: No Time Left has the same technical hiccups that have plagued the Telltale series, but they’re blown out of the water by the events experienced here.95
By TheIndependent on December 04, 2012
So, if you really care about your loved ones, perhaps you could spare them the day freezing to death in Kidderminster and instead of plump for this instead.80
By NZGamer on December 04, 2012
So this is it, the end of TellTale’s The Walking Dead adventure game. Well, season 1, anyway. So how was it? In a word - amazing! In two words - amazingly upsetting; but don’t worry, it was completely in the way TellTale intended.As I have...-
By gamrReview on December 01, 2012
What is left is a half-house, an episode that brings together the most recognisable aspects of the series but without using them in exemplary situations. Is it gripping? Yes. Horrifying? Yes. Shocking? No, but it is hard to be shocked...88
By FruityGamers on November 29, 2012
The Walking Dead Episode 5 is a great finale to the series. The only downside, and I say this unfortunately, is that 99% of the choices you've made over the course of the game simply don't matter in the end.90
By GamesBeat on November 28, 2012
Thanks to Episode 5: No Time Left, I spent nearly three hours sitting at my computer with a knot in my stomach and a few unshed tears in my eyes. It’s rare to play a game that moves you emotionally, makes you care about its characters...90
By Strategy Informer on November 28, 2012
Oh god. There are games that I look forward to, there are games I might consider picking up in a sale, and there are games I am indifferent to. The Walking Dead Episode 5: No Time Left, on the other hand, was a release I was absolutely dreading. Not...90
By TheArmchairEmpireInfinite on November 27, 2012
Walking Dead isn't just Game of the Year material, it's one of those touchstone games that will continue to be referenced years from now.100
By ThoseGamingNerds on November 27, 2012
Walking Dead: Episode 5 – No Time Left shows that you can be emotionally invested into a game after only playing two to three hours per episode and be a hundred percent satisfied with the outcome after you finish the game.100
By Joystiq on November 26, 2012
Besides, that's all before the credits roll. Before they end, when Telltale is still orchestrating a symphony of violence, pain, relief, love and desperation. Before the cliffhanger, the teaser for more.100