If you're into story-based games, buy this fucking game. It's cheap (like 25 bucks on Steam, although their Christmas sale is coming up and it will surely be on sale for around 15), well-written, well-acted, reasonably long (about 10-12 hours per play-through), and has you make decisions that do actually have an impact on the game. There are points in the game where you decisions directly affect who lives and who dies, along with much more subtle decisions, like being a dick to someone in favor of someone else. The truly great thing about the first play-through is that you really have no idea how your decisions will play out. You may befriend someone who is destined to die and make an enemy of someone who's around for the long haul. You may say all the wrong things to make everyone hate you. You may decide to kill a certain character off only to regret it later. Much like the comic that it's based off of, no one is safe and characters die often and unpredictably. I finally got around to finishing the last episode last night (there are five, all of which are included in the game's 25 dollar price tag) and it was fantastic. Rarely does a game feature characters and a story that is actually emotional, but this is one of those rare games. You really become attached to Lee, the viewpoint protagonist, and Clementine, the little girl he assumes the father-figure role for. The game is thoroughly an adventure game, so don't go into it expecting Call of Duty. A lot of the game is making decisions via dialogue and searching environments for clues. Unlike old-school adventure games like Monkey Island, though, the puzzles generally make sense and, if you're like me, you probably won't get stuck much. There are some action scenes, however, and a few of them (particularly a bell-tower sequence in episode four) are really great. Still, the heart of the game is the characters and the dialogue. Not much more I can say. If you're a fan of the comics or the show (which is reasonably similar to the comics, albeit with an awful second season), this game is definitely worth a look.