This newest episode of Telltale's Walking Dead series receives a lull in momentum, but is well-cushioned by some of the best character interaction and development in the entire series.
I enjoyed this review quite a bit. I definitely felt closer to the cast of characters more so in this episode than any other of season 2. Although the way the characters reacted or not reacted to the death of friends and family could be explained rationally I think. Considering most everyone in the group has suffered multiple generations of losses, it makes sense that there would be a degree of numbing at some point. Although sometimes grief needs to wait when there are more direct concerns. Which leads me to my next point. When the group finds themselves in situation where they do not even feel safe--no food or water and no place to even sleep--human instinct would probably make a person find that safety before allowing themselves the luxury of grief. Although as we saw at least two characters were nearly broken by their experiences and understandably so. In life, everyone experiences grief in a different way, at least that's been my observation.
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