Excerpt: The Walking Dead continues with the second episode of season two, A House Divided. I've been looking forward to episode two ever since I finished the first one, but not for the reasons some may think. What I really wanted to figure out was the length of play I could get out of The Walking Dead Season Two Episode Two: A House Divided. I won't say that I'm fully happy with the amount of time I spent with A House Divided, but it was better than recent entries.
Excerpt: After an amazing first season, the second season of Telltale's The Walking Dead video game has started. Season one of The Walking Dead was such a great experience, but I don't know how to feel about season two. I sat down and played The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 1: All That Remains and I was immediately overjoyed to learn that the game puts players in the role of Clementine, the child protected throughout the whole first season.
Excerpt: Zombies are incredibly popular now in film, novels, books, comics, television and of course video games. As you all probably know, the wizards at Telltale Games created The Walking Dead series, based on the TV show, which is based on the graphic novels. The Walking Dead video games offered some of the best storytelling of 2012 as Lee tried to keep little Clementine (and himself) alive through five adventures delivered as downloaded content packs.
The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 5: No Going Back Review
27 August 2014
Conclusion: The second season of The Walking Dead has had highpoints, but in the end it can’t match up against the first season. While individual episodes worked well, the series arrived at a conclusion that it hadn’t really bothered to build up to, and the last episode falls a bit flat as a result. It’s very well directed and staged, and manages to include a few tense moments and a lovely ending, but it’s not exciting or heartbreaking the way the first season was.