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Submitted by MartyMcFly88 254d ago | review

The Walking Dead: Season Two – Episode One: All That Remains Review - Alternative Magazine Online

It’s no small feat to follow the heartbreaking and tragic story of Lee Everett with a tale equally as compelling, but Telltale has not only made Clementine’s story genuinely interesting, they’ve made it emotionally engaging without being manipulative. It feels natural rather than forced. If you cared for her during Season One, you’ve going to care even more after playing this Season Two opener. The fact that Telltale is also currently working on the next episode of The Wolf Among Us, with neither series suffering as a result, speaks volumes about their growth, quality and professionalism as a video game studio. With Lee Everett gone, all that remains is Clementine – and she desperately needs your help. (PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Episode 1 "All That Remains", Xbox 360) 9/10

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