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  • Summary: The sequel to 2012's Game of the Year continues the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned by the undead apocalypse. Left to fend for herself, she has been forced to learn how to survive in an unforgiving world. Experience what its like to play as Clementine, meet new survivors, exploreThe sequel to 2012's Game of the Year continues the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned by the undead apocalypse. Left to fend for herself, she has been forced to learn how to survive in an unforgiving world. Experience what its like to play as Clementine, meet new survivors, explore new locations and make gruesome decisions in this five-part game series of choice and consequence. The downloadable version of this game supports English, French, Portuguese, German, Spanish. Expand
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Playstation Official Magazine Australia
    Nov 28, 2014
    85
    Starts out great, there's a bit of a lull in the middle, and finishes just as high as the superlative original. [Christmas 2014, p76]
  2. Oct 29, 2014
    85
    A bit more polish in some areas for the PS4 would have really helped sell this version, but for those of us who don’t have a last-gen console anymore it’s great to see the series arriving on the new platforms. Keep ‘em coming Telltale.
  3. Oct 24, 2014
    80
    If you’re already hooked on Telltale’s post-apocalyptic plot, then this sophomore series is most definitely a must play – even if it never quite hits the highs of the inaugural escapade.
  4. Jan 7, 2015
    80
    What has been proven with The Walking Dead: Season Two is that Telltale tell great tales.
  5. Nov 14, 2014
    70
    If you like the Walking Dead universe and a fabulous script, full of twists and memorable characters, then this game is for you.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 39 out of 60
  2. Negative: 7 out of 60
  1. Apr 7, 2015
    10
    In my opinion, the sequel to the 2012 game of the year is every bit as good if not BETTER than it's predecessor. Clementine is one of the bestIn my opinion, the sequel to the 2012 game of the year is every bit as good if not BETTER than it's predecessor. Clementine is one of the best characters in video game history. 10/10 Expand
  2. Jul 25, 2016
    10
    Excellent sequel. Great, moving story, for me better than one from tv series. I dont care, if my decisions doesnt make much difference, IExcellent sequel. Great, moving story, for me better than one from tv series. I dont care, if my decisions doesnt make much difference, I intended to play this once anyway. Besides Clem is a girl not a god, to me its more realistic if my decisions arent as impactfull as some of You would like to be. Its not perfect but we rarely have so good story in a game. Expand
  3. Jul 7, 2020
    9
    Nice sequel for the first game. But i'll give it a 9, because i think, some of the characters in this one, was not written just as good asNice sequel for the first game. But i'll give it a 9, because i think, some of the characters in this one, was not written just as good as characters in the first game. But its still a great game and great continuation Expand
  4. Jan 23, 2015
    8
    The Walking Dead S.2 it is a "must-play" game if you are a fan of the TV Series/Comic.
    It keeps all the elements from the TWD world, the most
    The Walking Dead S.2 it is a "must-play" game if you are a fan of the TV Series/Comic.
    It keeps all the elements from the TWD world, the most of the characters are meaningful and have a lot of personality, you care about what happen to them and the decision you have to make just make you feel you are in there living the story.
    The graphics are not the best and I would like to know if they decided to bring a "comic" feeling to the game because it was the intention or they decided to do it this way because they could not make bring good graphics to the game. Either way this is the only flaw I could see in this game
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  5. Dec 29, 2016
    8
    Deutsche Review - Kritik

    Der folgende Test ist in 5 Kategorien zusammengefasst. Diese 5 Kartegorien ergeben die Gesamtpunktzahl von 0 - 100
    Deutsche Review - Kritik

    Der folgende Test ist in 5 Kategorien zusammengefasst. Diese 5 Kartegorien ergeben die Gesamtpunktzahl von 0 - 100 Punkten. Um einen passenden Userscore zu geben wird auf oder abgerundet. Bei 84 Punkten ergibt das einen User Score von 8. Bei 86 einen von Userscore von 9. Falls eine 85 kommt entscheide ich ob ich es eher positiv oder negativ nehme. Regeln verstanden?
    Dann sind hier meine Punkte.

    Mein persönlicher Score = 78/100
    Mein User Score = 8/10

    Lohnenswert? = Für Kenner der Vorgänger.
    Fortsetzung erwünscht? = Natürlich
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  6. Dec 28, 2014
    7
    "You can never have too much of a good thing"
    Maybe this isnt the case when it comes to Telltale games. While i will admit that i did enjoy
    "You can never have too much of a good thing"
    Maybe this isnt the case when it comes to Telltale games. While i will admit that i did enjoy the story and was interested enough to stay around to the end, i feel like im too familiar with the way Telltales tell its stories for me to fully enjoy The walking dead season two.
    Choices (bar the ending choice) dont actually matter. Having the option to save a character doesn't mean much when you know your not really saving them, your just keeping them around for a couple more scenes until they are killed off anyway. I've always found this lazy on telltales behalf.
    In this game in particular i noticed a lot of dialog options which make you believe you've done something significant but in reality you haven't.

    While i enjoyed it while playing, on reflection im not sure if this current format has gone me excited for any future walking dead games.
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  7. Feb 13, 2017
    0
    Oh my goodness, this game edged a very close place in my heart. “The Walking Dead: Season Two” is a game made by Telltale Games (The sameOh my goodness, this game edged a very close place in my heart. “The Walking Dead: Season Two” is a game made by Telltale Games (The same company that made Borderlands), and released in December of 2013. It is a sequel to The Walking Dead: Season One and the DLC 400 Days. The game is made up of five long episodes that take about an hour to an hour and a half to complete. In this game, you play as the young girl Clementine as she moves on from the tragic end to her previous group. This game is on the Playstation and Xbox (both platforms) and is around 15-20 dollars for where you look.
    The great thing about this game is how it’s set up. The premise of the game is making decisions and seeing how it affects the others around you. You can build up multiple personas, and there’s not really any that are correct. You can be distant and rude, or can be everyone’s friend. But those decisions can cause people to not trust you, and end up getting killed because of it. While there may be some decisions that might not make sense, like talking about food, most of your decisions affect the game in some way.
    After choosing whether or not you kill your father-like figure Lee after he’s bitten, Clementine leaves everyone except for her two friends Christa and Omid. Clem gets jumped by a girl who ends up killing Omid trying to save Clem, and Christa and her leave after killing the girl. After being chased in the woods, Clem finally becomes alone being separated from Christa. You wander through them and find a dog. Your first big decision is whether to feed it or not. I chose to feed it, and the dog bites you and you have to kill it. You fall unconscious and two guys named Luke and Pete find you. They notice you’ve been bitten and think a walker bit you. You are brought to their group’s base and are made to sleep in a shed in case you become a walker. But as you prove not, the group starts to like you. All the characters are interesting and you talk to them all at some point, like pregnant Rebecca, young innocent Sarah, and kind Luke. There are way more characters but they come at different times. You make relationships and find villains along the way like a man named Carver who’s in search of vengeance. I can’t say much about the story though, since it’s really what you make of it.
    The game itself is a masterpiece. I think it’s probably one of the first games I’ve played that made me (almost) cry. There are some really sad scenes, mainly of people dying that you liked. I really enjoy the art style to this game since it looks like a cartoon but still realistic. The soundtrack is also pretty good, not the best though. The best thing about this game though is just the story. There aren’t really any bugs in this game, which to me is really shocking. Each time I play this game, I can always try something new. But for me, the best part of the game is after proving the dog bit you, on Playstation you get a trophy saying, “STILL. NOT. BITTEN.”
    In total, this game is NOT for children. The cartoony look shouldn’t fool you. The violence is very extreme at times, like having to stitch your own wound, and hearing Clem cry out in pain, or watching a dog suffer after being impaled. If you’re younger and can take the gruesome content, at least have an adult supervise you. But besides that this, in a sense billions of choices choosing game to me is perfect.
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