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Submitted by KingJFS 840d ago | review

The Walking Dead: Episode 2 Review | Warp Zoned

Warp Zoned writes:

"The strength or weakness of an episodic series is its ability to keep the player interested in doing the same things in new situations after a significant break. Enabling the player to care about the characters is another important factor as well. These are things previous episodic Telltale games have stumbled at a bit. Sam & Max don’t exactly change, nor are we embroiled in their dramatic arcs. Marty and Doc seem to be fairly static characters as well who are on a mission specifically to prevent or reverse any change that might occur. But the characters in The Walking Dead are involved in a drama that pulls the player forward in a way that Sam & Max and Back to the Future never quite managed." (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 2 "Starved for Help", Xbox 360) A/A+

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