Summary: An interesting side story for Telltale's game. You'll control several different characters, each with their own unique stories that take place during different times across the episode's 400 days.
Summary: Episode 4 keeps a lot of the strengths of the series going strong. The bonding moments with Clementine, tense interactions with your fellow survivors, and hard decisions are still to be found. The group finds themselves in a new scenario.
Summary: Telltale pulls no punches with episode 3. It's the darkest yet and it's filled with difficult decisions and emotional moments. It's dark, gloomy, and even depressing. In my opinion it's also the best episode yet.
Summary: The Clem, grew, it's amazing the development of character, of a helpless girl in the first season for a girl who can take care of itself. The Season Two may not have been as impressive as the first game, even more so the game features a phenomenal storyline, full of moments and of course choices...
Summary: I had high hopes for this season and it certainly did not disappoint! The first two episodes are arguably stronger than the original's and, whilst I knew the ending couldn't possibly match episode 5 of the previous season, I still thought it concluded in a phenomenal manner.
Summary: Very laggy. Not the game's fault, but rather the console's fault (all Xbox 360's are the same in specs, meaning it'll most likely be laggy for most people.) I strongly reccomend getting this game on steam on your computer.