It's pretty apparent the game is a DLC type, the menu is sluggish and some of the controls aren't very responsive.
But... this is a story and not an action game. It's a great story at that. You will (if you're human) care for Clementine and Lee at the end.
My only gripe is the same that I have with all choose your own adventures, the choices you don't make hang in the back of your head as What-Ifs, which you can go back and answer, but it's not as fun the 2nd time through, the gold comes from the story and you already know it on the repeat play through.
Ugh! Mark, Larry, the Stranger! So good! Definitely worthy of the show/novels.
The Walking Dead is the most awesome, emotional game I've ever played in my life. Going through the five episodes included in the game causes great bonds with the characters. The two characters I bonded with the most, as most that have played will agree, are Clementine and Lee. Their relationship grows to the point that they are family. The most emotional part is the ending. NO SPOILERS, but it will make you cry, or make you feel like you've lost something important to you. Making a gamer feel that emotion is a HUGE acheivment in the gaming industry. This game definitely deserves the Game of the Year award. If you haven't played this game, you should most definitely give it a try.