So do we never find out why that blonde human was left behind in part 1 or am I missing something here?
Amazing comic anyway though
Thank you a lot!
To answer your question:
I don't remember if it's explained or not, but as you can see in the last episode One-Eye had hidden the other "brains" somewhere, waiting to bring them to safety at the right time.
The blonde guy was left behind by mistake.
How to review this? Its excellent in so many ways... the multiple possibilities of ending the game, the quality, the writing... a great way to spend a rainy afternoon! Thank you so much for a zombie adventure with a twist!
Thank you for playing, and for your nice review! Glad you had fun! :)
Man, i commented you in the game zombie society vs Nine Deaths Cat, i came since Walls can bleed and honestly, i thought your game series was really good, a bit goofy for me, but one of the best , Now that i watched this, and having in mind that this is the real sequel (thanks to your comments in Brain Drain) i'm capable to see almost the whole history (i have to play Dead Detective yet) and is really amazing what you did here, this has so much potential, because this franchise have an excellent quality, i congratulate your work team for making this great job.
What I like most about this story is that despite using one of the most used topics lately (the zombies), it moves away from many of the stereotypes that are handled, with a lot of characters that have a great importance for the plot , at least enough to make it believable that they are part of a complex society, which by the way represents a good metaphor for our current society.
Keep doing it like this, Excellent work.
Thank you a lot for this kind review and for your support, I'm very glad you used your time to read the whole comics series and that you enjoyed this much.
I like to put contrast in my stories, like taking an overused horror setting and turning it to comedy, like using an overall goofy feeling with darker stories in the background.
And I'm really glad when someone notices it, and even appreciate it! So, thanks again, hope you'll like my future stories too!
I got ending #3 even if botched most choices and got bronze or silver medals throughtout most of the story, still happy to see the detective with his loved one in the end. I like Guvhn always talking about food though.
The original idea was to let each game remember the player's past choices... But since that relied on cookies - which are unreliable by nature - it didn't work as I expected.
So, in the end, I made it so it was possible to reach the "good" ending even if you made all the wrong decisions in past episodes.
Glad you liked it!
I have played all 3 parts of this game and I liked it very much. Excellent and unique world building. Deep story with both humorous and dark red pill undertones. Great and interesting characters. Good art an character expressions. All the choices were meaningful and sound. Also I like the many medals to unlock.
This last chapter is the best as the great conspiracy and hidden truth about Zombie society is finally revealed in full. I like the political message and parallels you can draw to the real world. After all the Zombies as characters first created by George Romero were symbolic of the dulled consumer society. So this excellent interactive comic continues that tradition by using zombies as metaphor for the oblivious common citizens that while busy with consumerism and entertainment, have blind trust in their alienated governments that are a completely different class of people with different interests and tastes and use social engineering to manipulate and herd common people as expendable pawns.
I also like that if the player was smart and reached the best possible endings in previous episodes then it is possible for them to unlock all the medals in this third episode.
It's also great how almost all the major characters could either die or survive depending on player choices and the goofy sidekick possibly becoming an ignorant murdered out of his consumerism was the darkest and best part of the plot.
The subtle hints of humanity surviving deep in hearts of some Zombies is also great, like they still can fall in love despite not knowing the reason for that or how Margh sheds a tier for One-Eye - does he recognize him as his friend or relative from previous life as a human?
I spared the last half star for previous chapters due to minor technicalities like lack of full screen and an animated cursor. These little technical things do give or take from the overall experience. But I will rate this with full 5 stars anyway because the story and allegory is just so great in this. All the chapters got a smiling 5 Pico from me anyway.
Thank you for your passionate review!
I have to say, it's great when someone pays so much attention to the story he gest all the messages I've tried to send, even the most obscure ones.
Which you did. You're right on the mark on everything.
Thank you, it was really nice to read your review(s).