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
One of the greatest stories I've seen in a gameThe1337N00Bx | July 15, 2015 | See all The1337N00Bx's reviews »
I'm a huge fan of the Walking Dead, the comics and the show. This series is an amazing addition to the lore of the Walking Dead world. The story is amazingly immersive and really gets you attached to the characters and keeps you wanting more. Plus having the ability to make your own decisions and actually impact the story is incredibly satisfying, and adds to the replay value of going back and making different choices to get different story elements. If you liked season 1, you'll be sure to love season 2.
The perfection of the Telltale formulabibboorton | July 10, 2015 | See all bibboorton's reviews »
This game perfected the Telltale formula by basically removing the padding from the first Season. Where the episodes of the first season takes 3 hours each, each episode of Season 2 only takes about 90 minutes. It's basically like playing a movie, and doesn't suck much out of your time. Straight to the story and ups the pace with less of the frustrations. The story of Season Two is a bit less memorable from Season One but from a technical standpoint, Season Two is a much greater achievement. This time, you play as Clementine, a child alone wandering the zombie-infested wasteland. Highly recommended.
AMAZING GAMEMamaguevos | June 11, 2015 | See all Mamaguevos's reviews »
Well, this game continues its first edition that is "the walking dead" this game is fantastic for both its graphics and its gameplay east was one of the best games of this time recommend it 100% as this story is based on the answers you give in the game, not only always be the same story, this may change depends who plays the fence and the answers given, the characters draw a lot of attention as the protagonist would come as a child called "Clementine" who lost their parents due to this infection and have to be strong to overcome, it is a fantastic story that I hope everyone thinks the same and if they can buy its two sequels.
A great sequelLonM | April 28, 2015 | See all LonM's reviews »
TWD2 Continues in the same vein as the original season, to the same high quality. Something that I really liked was the ability to import save files over. I had no troubles with that, and thought it was a great addition. The story itself in this season is also very compelling. Told this time from Clementine's perspective, it continues in a rather macabre way, with new and old characters. The design of the environments in this season is beautiful, in my opinion. This is hard to pull off when you're working with 2D objects for backdrop, but they managed it. The forests look great. I did find some minor glitches in the graphics, but it was overall an improvement on the original game. The engine used to make this game looks to be the same one, and as such many of the menus and controls feel very similar to the original game. One improvement is being able to directly click responses, rather than having to scroll through them. The music and sounds in this game are very good, much like in the original game, and definitely help to add a lot of mood to the story. If you liked the original game, then you should definitely get this one as well. I would not recommend you just try to "jump in" to this point in the series.
A fantastic continuation and refinement of the seriesgmecca | April 8, 2015 | See all gmecca's reviews »
I was a big fan of season one and have been a fan of The Walking Dead since early on in the comic book's history. The Walking Dead season two surpasses the original in every conceivable way and not only continues a fantastic story, but improves their story-telling experience along the way. One of my biggest complaints about season one was that few of the decisions you made felt meaningful and they were often too polarized one way or the other. Season two does a much better job of this, making different decisions feel much more subtle and interesting. Every once in a while the tone of a decision didn't quite match the tone that I felt the prompt conveyed, but overall I really enjoyed making decisions and sometimes had a really difficult time deciding between the options. I also felt like the decisions I made were more meaningful and had a more distinct outcome than those that I came across in the first chapter. Overall, I feel like the whole experience just felt better. The story itself continues where the first game left off and the characters that you run into feel much more organic and less like the caricatures you tended to run into in the first game. Sometimes story elements would shift opinions a little too radically in that a character who you previously on great terms with would suddenly hate you, but it also wasn't completely unreasonable that things like that might actually happen given the gravity of the situations the characters were put into. The graphics and sound are on-par with the first game, not straying from the original formula and it works. Overall, I would recommend picking up season one first and if you enjoy that, season two is even better. If you don't enjoy the first game, there's a good chance you won't enjoy this one either.