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Life in the zombie apocalypse

Anyone who's been following the work of Telltale Games and series like Wolf Among Us and Tales of Monkey Island will probably be aware of Walking Dead. The first season was a superb adventure that provided fans will new insight into the world of the graphic novels and TV show, while also giving them a great idea what it must be like to make life-changing decisions while being savaged by a zombie. This second season isn't quite up to the standard of its predecessor but it remains a first class piece of interactive storytelling. There are another five episodes here, which pick up where the first season left off and which continue the adventures of young Clementine as she attempts to survive in the zombie apocalypse. The gameplay is the same mix of reading conversations and making dialogue-based choices, with the occasional QTE thrown in for good measure, and if you've got a save game from season one or 400 Days, then the decisions made there will carry over here. Season 2 certainly doesn't offer any surprises in the gameplay department and if you're looking for lots of interaction, you'll be disappointed. However, if you're more attuned to the visual novel-style approach adopted by the series, and loved what the first one offered, you're in for another good time. However, the story isn't as compelling this time, partly due to a lack of overall goal or direction, while many of the characters aren't as well written as those of the previous series, and which does hurt the game given that it's primarily story-based. It remains a worthwhile purchase though, and should provide you with a few hours of decent entertainment.

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