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We Are Error Reviews: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Ep. 5

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Chris and Jon are joined by OneOfUs.net writer and video editor Justin Zarian and Unapologetic Geek Out host Nick Thyes to review TellTale Games’s latest entry in their episodic Walking Dead series. Along with talking about the fifth and final episode of the season, “From the Gallows,” the quartet have a spoiler heavy discussion on the choices they made throughout the episode.

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While braving the snow-swept wasteland of Buffalo, New York for 18 long years, Christopher Herman developed a love for geek culture. A child of the 90s, he was raised on the valuable lessons taught by Batman: The Animated Series, Hey Arnold and Animaniacs. Eventually discovering a passion for movies, books, comics and video games, Chris began hoarding his knowledge of geekdom. Whether it’s Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, Mass Effect, Firefly or Avatar: The Last Airbender, he’s always willing to discuss the intricate worlds and stories of geek properties. Chris currently resides in San Marcos, TX.
  • I’m very much with Chris on the characterisation of David, and could never buy that he really gave a crap about his family – he left them on Day 1 of the outbreak and never thought in 6 months to go back to the family house to check if they were ok, didn’t particularily seem to care when he found out his own daughter had been murdered and treated his surviving family like shit from the moment he was reunited with them to the moment where (in my ending) he gets his own son killed by being a self-centred, reckless psychopath. Kenny might’ve been an asshole, but it was at least crystal clear how much he loved his family.
    I kept waiting the whole game for the moment when David would redeem himself and it just got further and further away, if they were to make the brothers relationship the core of this season they should have done a lot more to have it make some kind of sense.

  • Also, I love how most of the people who are like “David’s my brother, I’d do anything for my brother, I could never turn my back on him or betray him cos he’s my brother,” are the same people who are trying to fuck their brothers wife.

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