The Walking Dead: Season Two - A Telltale Games Series
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The Walking Dead's and Telltale's goodbye succeeds by closely examining the mother/son dynamic between Clementine and A.J.
Ambivalence aside, this is definitely an engaging and challenging story worth imbibing.
A good adventure in the Telltale Games fashion but its formula is beginning to get too old. A nice start for the season, but far from being perfect.
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The Walking Dead Season 2's gripping tale of growing up in a hostile environment might not be the instant classic that Season 1 was, but it still belongs in the library of any adventure game fan.
If you're already hooked on Telltale's post-apocalyptic plot, then this sophomore series is most definitely a must play – even if it never quite hits the highs of the inaugural escapade.
A bit more polish in some areas for the PS4 would have really helped sell this version, but for those of us who don't have a last-gen console anymore it's great to see the series arriving on the new platforms. Keep 'em coming Telltale. In the meantime, I'll stay hungry.
The Walking Dead: Season 2 is a triumph of interactive storytelling, from beginning to end.
[P]laying through all of The Walking Dead at once makes it clear that, perhaps for the sake of the various properties in this franchise, there's no real beginning or end to this saga; it's just one infinitely echoing middle.
The endings for Season Two collectively did the worst thing an ending can do for a video game franchise: They made me unsure that I cared about season three. [WARNING: Spoilers in this review]