The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is the third season of Telltale's The Walking Dead series, where you plays as Javier, who was a successful baseball player, but his career has ended after a betting incident and his brother doesn't like him, because of that. We will know more of his background story with his brother, parents, brother's wife and kids more and also surviving outside in the TWD universe.
Graphically this game got better after Michonne. Michonne was good looking, but this was is a whole new level. Character faces better than ever, effects and gore detailed and looks good. For me, sometimes the character faces were looked more polished, like those made from plastic, but to be honest, that was just 3-4 incident in the game. It's really good, and actually not that buggy. Only one time I found a buggy spot, where I noticed the world is not loaded under a gate and there was void, but nothing too bad.
Time to talk about the story. I was not convinced at first, but to be honest, this was one of the best story from all of Telltale's TWD games in my opinion. The major character from the previous seasons is here too, and also the main story is exciting. It has twists, some of them not that difficult to see, but there were some surprises for sure! Dialogues are not that silly here, characters are more all right. One of the most annoying character was Gabe at the beginning, but later, he was also quite likable. The story also getting more darker from Michonne, which I liked it so much.
Music and sounds are really got better. Not boring like it was in previous games, new sounds definitely made it better. About the songs, I really didn't heard them, so I would say they were all right, however not that iconic like it was Michonne.
Gameplay is same was in Michonne, which means the QTEs, fluid camera movements all around the place, but less exploration gameplay, like collecting items and finding out what is going on. I think in episodes there are 1 this kind of part, where you can go around in a territory, but later, there will be none. I missed these, but it was okay.