Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Much of the focus of this opening episode is on the, now player controlled, Clementine from Season One to the extent that many of the new characters get very little screen time. As a result decisions involving their fate don't have the same weight they did previously.
Summary: We've reached the middling point of the second season of The Walking Dead with "In Harm's Way". Clem's misadventures with the latest band of survivors have proven that a story focusing around the young girl has managed to become more than a simple gimmick or lackluster journey, thanks to great writing.
Summary: While the story is still very compelling, this episode as a whole felt very short and rushed. There just wasnt that much to do and while at this point I realize that my decisions really dont matter that much, Telltale needs to do a better job at masking that.
Summary: Have Windows 7 which the disk says it will run on. Tried loading onto desktop and laptop and neither worked. My computers have more than the necessary requirements and updated drivers, etc. Really disappointed they couldn't do better.
The Walking Dead: Season 2- Episode Two: A House Divided
John Wrek, Game Informer
14 April 2014
Summary: Continuing the Adventure One Grim Step at a Time Howdy folks. It’s been awhile since I reviewed the previous episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season Two, but you can still find that particular review here . Since before Season Two started, Telltale has also been working on several other projects- most notably Bill Willingham’s Fables episodic series as well, of which you can find reviews for episodes one and two on my reviews list.