The Walking Dead Episode 2 is something that begs to be talked about once it's finished, and not beforehand, which makes writing this review a little challenging. If the first episode didn't convince you enough that the series is worth continuing, than I'm not sure that episode 2 really does much differently to make you think otherwise.
The choices do more impact than the first episode, more dialogues, but like the first episode, the story is closed. Clementine still brilliant.
More impactful and moral choices, more emotional dialogues, walkers are not too in focus, Clementine.
Few new characters, some bugs can happen, closed story, the saved characters in the end of first episode doesn't interact much.
Episode 2 Starved for Help is more intense, more engaging, and more compelling than episode 1 making the hard decisions more difficult and the things you wish you could take back more regretful. As Leo Dicaprio said in Django Unchained, Gentlemen, you had my curiosity. But now, you have my attention."
Telltale has presented yet another riveting story that's arguably superior to the AMC television series on account of the level of immersion granted by its interactivity. It's a different experience than the first episode, but it's also a better one.
Despite those bumps, there's no arguing that Telltale is turning out must-play material with The Walking Dead, and unless the game somehow crashes and burns on an epic scale before it reaches the end of the fifth and final episodes, it's guaranteed to earn a spot on my year-end "best" list. Don't miss it.
Episode 2 does an excellent job of keeping the adventure going while setting the scene for plenty of struggles ahead. If Telltale stays on target, their full, five-part Walking Dead saga may prove to be one of the best, most ambitious zombie games ever.
this episode lasted me a good 3 and a half hours to play through it with time, care, and attention. the characters are properly fleshed out in this episode and there are many shocking but really well done moments. the decisions (although others are saying that the decisions aren't what they'd make, they need to take into account that they are playing LEE EVERET and not themselves) are very tense and add a lot of variety in this episode. great game and I cannot wait to play the whole thing through!
Episode 2 is even better than the first one it had me second guessing myself the whole way through and there are some real hard and brutal decisions that will definetely make you stop in your tracks and think about what you're about to decide. Loved every second of it. 10/10.
This episode of the Walking Dead series is fun and exciting to play as the first one. It's graphics may not be as awesome as the other games out there and the animations can sometimes be weird, but the story and gameplay is awesome and that's all that matters.
Summary3 months after the events of episode 1, starvation forces the group to look for food from strangers. In a world where the living can be more dangerous than the undead, this is a risky move, but you’ll soon learn how far you’ll go to survive. How will the choices you made in episode one affect your story?