Does the second episode of The Wolf Among Us still enchant like the first?
Here is a snippet:
"We push along the story, question a few faces - old and new - and uncover a big cliffhanger before the credits roll, but I came away from Episode 2 feeling like I hadn't really achieved anything. Episode 2 lacks the action, tension and verve that came so easily to its predecessor. There weren't any truly difficult decisions of note and as far as set pieces go there was one slightly intimidating interrogation that piqued my interest."