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The Walking Dead: Season Two is a graphic adventure game played through the perspective of the protagonist, Clementine. The game is a continuation of the story from the previous game, with Clementine continuing her journey to safety and to find her parents. The Walking Dead Season 2 is a five-part series of episodes, and the second season of Tel...

The Walking Dead: Season Two

  • Samanta Blumberg
  • Apr 10, 2021

The Walking Dead: Season Two is a graphic adventure game played through the perspective of the protagonist, Clementine. The game is a continuation of the story from the previous game, with Clementine continuing her journey to safety and to find her parents.

The Walking Dead Season 2 is a five-part series of episodes, and the second season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead series of games. It was announced in May 2012 that the series would be a five-part game, and the first episode of the season was released in December 2012. The series follows on from the final episode of Season 1, 400 Days, and is expected to conclude in late 2013.

Gameplay

The gameplay of The Walking Dead: Season Two consists of the player solving puzzles, making choices, and fighting zombies. The game is played from the perspective of the protagonist, Clementine. Players can choose from a variety of dialogue options and can interact and move around the game’s environments. The game features a two-minute timer with a countdown until a player’s death if they are bitten by a zombie.

The gameplay of The Walking Dead: Season Two game consists of five episodes. The player takes on the role of Lee Everett. The episodes are Telltale Games' take on the first story arc of the comic book series, "A New Day". In the first episode, Lee wakes up from a coma in a hospital to find the world in the grips of zombie apocalypse. Lee meets and saves the life of young Clementine, and they set out to find her parents. Lee makes a promise to protect Clementine at all costs.

Graphics

The graphics in The Walking Dead: Season Two are highly detailed. The characters are well-textured and modeled, and the environments are detailed.

The graphics of The Walking Dead: Season Two game is a mixture of 3D and 2D graphics. The game has realistic textures and lighting. The game uses a 3D game engine for the 3D graphics, while the 2D graphics are drawn by hand and digitally coloured.

Controls

The controls for The Walking Dead: Season Two consist of the player using the mouse to interact with the environment, such as picking up items and opening doors, and using the keyboard to make dialogue choices.

The Walking Dead: Season Two game is controlled by an Xbox 360 controller, or alternatively, keyboard and mouse.

Replayability

The Walking Dead: Season Two can be played multiple times as the player can choose different dialogue options and explore the game in different ways.

The Walking Dead: Season Two game is a game that can be played over and over again, with each play-through yielding a different result based on the player's choices.

Conclusion

The Walking Dead: Season Two is a well-detailed, horror-survival game with a story that continues from the first season. The gameplay consists of solving puzzles, making dialogue choices, and fighting zombies. The graphics are detailed and the controls consist of the player using the mouse and keyboard. The game has replayability as the player can choose different dialogue options and explore the game in different ways. The Walking Dead: Season Two game is a highly immersive and unique game that is a must-have for any gamer.

Pros:
  • Infectious zombie theme
  • No significant bug
  • The graphics are outstanding
  • The gameplay is easy to learn
  • The music is well-designed
Cons:
  • The graphics are not appropriate for children under 17 years old
  • The game is too short
  • The gameplay is too easy
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