The Walking Dead: Season Two was a very interesting follow-up to the first season of Telltale Games’ take on the long-running comic book series, giving players full control of Clementine soon after the events at the end of Season One. Lee taught Clementine well, and no other episode in Season Two shows this more than No Going Back, the final episode in the Season
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I did miss Lee during Season 2 of The Walking Dead, but Clementine turned into a very strong character and I can see why Telltale Games would want to move the series towards this scenario. I did love the end of No Going Back, and I’m very much looking forward to seeing how Telltale Games will handle the eventual third season of the series because the end of Season 2 – without spoiling anything or giving it away – pretty much makes it possible for the first episode of Season 3 to offer very different scenarios for players who import their save into the new season.
We’ll be getting a mini-season this year that will bridge the gap between Season 2 and Season 3, and I’m definitely looking forward to what Telltale Games will do with this new release since it will also help to make the wait for Season 3 not feel as long as it really is going to be! We got an extra episode to bridge the gap between Season 1 and Season 2, so a mini-series is definitely a step in the right direction.
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