The Walking Dead: Season 2
This game is delivered as a Telltale Games redemption code. Customers will require a free Telltale Games account to play.
The Walking Dead: Season Two continues the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned by the undead apocalypse. Left to fend for herself, she has been forced to learn how to survive in a world gone mad.
Many months have passed since the events seen in Season One of The Walking Dead, and Clementine is searching for safety. But what can an ordinary child do to stay alive when the living can be just as bad – and sometimes worse – than the dead? As Clementine, you will be tested by situations and dilemmas that will test your morals and your instinct for survival. Your decisions and actions will change the story around you, in this sequel to 2012’s Game of the Year.
The Season Pass gives you access to all five episodes as they become available:
Episode 1: All That Remains
Episode 2: A House Divided
Episode 3: In Harm’s Way
Episode 4: Amid the Ruins
Episode 5: No Going Back
- Decisions you made in Season One and in 400 Days will affect your story in Season Two
- Based on Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic books
- Play as Clementine, an orphaned girl forced to grow up fast by the world around her
- The sequel to 2012’s Game of the Year
The best game with the best story.hateah | July 29, 2014 | See all hateah's reviews »
That;s one of the best action - zombie games. It has a mainstory, It has well drown characters, many episodes, a lot of sense in every scene of the game have been putted. Even if it's drown not that real it still has that horror effect which will affect you while playing the game. You'll feel the pressure on you as the zombies are chasing you and you're trying to kill them. That's one of the best action - horror games imo. It's based onto the main story which you are following through the whole game, it requires a lot of logic in some of the stages of the game, which makes it not that easy as you might've expected a game with zombies to be. The graphics as I said might not be that real but the walking dead isn't a game about real graphics .It's a game where you can find a whole new world, a whole new story to follow.
Great gameTheTwerkBot | July 16, 2014 | See all TheTwerkBot's reviews »
This game is a great game! From graphics to the sounds, it's perfect! The graphics are very good, even though it doesn't need to run on some high-end pc. The story is also very interesting and a bit saddening sometimes. It could also make you feel guilty, and sad. This game plays with your emotions. However, this is not completed yet. Despite being a point and click game, it has great gameplay, compared to some games. I recommend you to buy this game!
Great game - Except not completed yet.TheTwerkBot | July 12, 2014 | See all TheTwerkBot's reviews »
I first heard of this game from Pewdiepie, so I knew I had to try it out. And it was quite an interesting game. A great story, and the decisions that you make sometimes matter. However, I have not played the first walking dead game, so I will have to pick up some time during a sale. The character at first seems like they're very not trustworthy, but soon you'll get to know them, similar to a character progression story. I would rate a 100, if it weren't for a problem I had with it (Bluescreen). This game runs smoothly on windows 8.1 Single Language though.
Breathtakingdarkyhbk | June 19, 2014 | See all darkyhbk's reviews »
The first season of The Walking Dead was a breath of fresh air in the videogaming world, exploring the exquisite nature of storytelling and character development. Season 2 continues a while after the end of Season 1, adding elements from the 400 Days DLC in the mix as well. Now focused on Clem, it does largely the same thing. There are new memorable characters introduced, relationships explored and dramatic choices designed. Unfortunatelly, the episodes have gotten shorter, and now there is no emphasis at all on minor puzzles, which were found in Season 1. There are some new motions introduced, making action sequences more natural. All in all it's an amazing collection of episodes, and the plot is always getting more and more interesting. For the very low price it's being sold at, it's a bargain.
recommendedcristiano171 | June 10, 2014 | See all cristiano171's reviews »
The Walking Dead is one of the best examples of video game characters with well-built, with whom we care, and this further reinforces the importance of dialogue and choices, because through them we end up, who knows, with friends, and wreak havoc / or some discomfort or even save or condemn anyone. And this all makes this even harder this 3rd ep. the second season, very focused on the story.
The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Ep. 3 - In Harm's Way We, as players, we also take many punches in the stomach during this episode. With this increased focus on narrative, such scams are even stronger, also worth saying that the Clementine own slaps him, really, at any given time. That slapping hurts and hurts the girl, of course, but it's as if we we felt that pain too, given the enormous pressure to which we are exposed.
And at the end of the episode we are again exposed to something awful. Something we witnessed against which we can do nothing. Something that Telltale was keen to leave the final. Something that shocks us, reminds us of previous events and that leaves us with an immense desire to play the next chapter as soon as possible. This event also Clementine force to take a hard decision. A decision might even, perhaps, to put it in hot water in relation to their friends. A decision, above all, terrifying. We are forced to choose one of two options, and neither is good. Ah, Telltale, I want more of it all in the next episode. Even though he has less action and more talk, like In Harm's Way.
The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Ep. 3 - In Harm's Way Conclusion In Harm's Way is the third episode of the second season of The Walking Dead, and is the one with the greater focus on the narrative so far. Telltale opted for more dialogue, more cutscenes, less exploration and puzzles, and nailed it. Clementine is a captivating to extreme memorable character, and continues to evolve in a masterly manner. A girl has to make increasingly difficult choices, and almost always they all have something inherently bad. The psychological pressure is enormous for the whole chapter. This chapter is that, without a doubt, the best so far in Season 2.