The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 3 - In Harm's Way
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But aside from those few gripes, The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 3 – In Harm's Way is still a phenomenal game. The episodes truly do feel like they are getting better and better with each passing one. Let's hope that Telltale can keep up this string of hits right up to the conclusion of the series. Only two episodes left now!
Though Clementine's story may be drawing closer and closer to some grim truths and hard choices, "In Harm's Way" proves that The Walking Dead: Season Two is not worth looking away from just yet.
The thought of where Telltale will head with Episode 4 will fill the mind with excitement, and if it's as good as In Harm's Way, we're probably looking at another helping of shiny videogame trophies come awards season.
Episode three In Harm's Way is quite possibly the most defining moment not only in season two of The Walking Dead, but it's also a defining moment in Clem's character development.
In Harm's Way is another excellent episode of @TelltaleGames' The Walking Dead with superb character moments.
The Walking Dead is back on track, after a slightly dull Episode Two, this is exactly what the series needed. It will make you care again, it will make you angry and sad in equal measures, it will remind you that nobody is safe in this universe, but best of all it recaptures The Walking Dead's brilliance. I cannot wait for the next episode.
Offers a proper bad guy for you to hate, but also asks how far you'll go to escape.
If you liked Season 1, give Telltale more of your money.
If The Walking Dead keeps producing episodes this strong, though, I'll happily keep playing it for years to come.
The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 3: In Harm's Way manages to up the ante of Clementine's new adventures in a great way while developing her character, not just the people that surround her. New survivors are introduced and it's going to be interesting to see if the little girl can continue making grown-up choices.