The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries is a three episode event (all episodes available now!) and stars the iconic, blade-wielding character from Robert Kirkman's best-selling comic books. Haunted by her past, and coping with unimaginable loss and regret, the story explores Michonne's absence between issues #126 and #139 of the comic book. In this three part miniseries, players will discover what took Michonne away from Rick, Ezekiel, and the rest of her trusted group… and what brought her back.
***NOTE: Requires iPhone 5 and up, and iPad 3 and up - also requires iOS 7.1 and up***
***Save 20% on additional episodes in The Walking Dead: Michonne by purchasing the Multi-Pack [Episodes 2-3 bundle, available now] via in-app in the 'Episodes' menu***
* Various bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Telltale’s third Walking Dead saga delivers all the shocks and intense moments we’ve come to expect from these epic adventures. This time, you’re playing as Michonne—experiencing the sword-wielding survivor’s life away from Rick and crew while she was gone for a dozen issues of the comic book. Episode 1 of this three-part series is bursting with intriguing characters, vicious action sequences, tough decisions, and even some humor amid the horror. It left us desperate for what comes next.
The zombies appear suddenly from nowhere and disappear same way, as always... No one tries to explain where they came from or tries to find a cure. Anyone who dies turns into a zombie. But alive person can too, if even slightly bitten (as we remember from the first game). But now, the characters cut them on pieces, spill zombies blood all over their faces and mouths, swim in their liquids and nothing happens, only when the story writer decides so. The game becomes very illogical. It tries to make you sympathize to characters, who act stupid and childish. These young girl and her brother, who almost killed you in the beginning. They lie all the time, they are thieves and they only care about themselves. Why should I join them? Why could I not make friends with Norma and her band, while they look like they know what they are doing and how to run the whole community? Even choosing the best options I could make to stay friends with her, the game forces me to be enemies. Unreasonable. Looks like the game tells me who is good and who is bad, not substantiating it enough and not letting me choose. Bad.
Telltale's Brief Mistake
Well, this is the first time I've had to give a bad review to anything released by Telltale and it doesn't feel very good. To start, this is the shortest series in all of Telltale's releases. The length didn't have to be an automatic negative had this particular series had a better plot, but it didn't. Next, the plot was just bland and the action/gameplay was too sparse. Episode 1 was tolerable. Episode 2 gave me hope that there were better things to come. Episode 3 was just flat ridiculous. It lasted MAYBE 30 minutes and a good 15 of those minutes were spent watching Michonne hallucinate about her dead daughters while a house is burning down around her. This entire particular scene was so frustrating...worse than watching a nit wit running and falling over and over while trying to escape a killer on a bad straight to video movie. I was literally yelling and cussing at the game. It was pointless. I don't know what happened on this game, but I was very disappointed by Telltale.
- Telltale Games
- 904.7 MB
- Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
- Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- ©2016 Telltale, Inc. THE WALKING DEAD is TM and © 2016 Robert Kirkman, LLC. Based on the Comic book by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard. Telltale, Telltale Games and the Telltale Games lo
- In-App Purchases
- Multi-pack [Episodes 2-3] $7.99
- Episode 2 $4.99
- Episode 3 $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.