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We had a total of 98 entries for this giveaway. And the random winners are
I’ve sent you a private message with your codes. Don’t forget there’s still a giveaway going on for The Walking Dead Pinball… and that we’ll have more giveaways for you soon!
Zen Studios did a great job with The Walking Dead Pinball table for Zen Pinball 2. For those of you that haven’t bought the table yet, Zen Studios provided us with some extra US codes for a giveaway!
The Walking Dead Season 2 has been an emotional roller-coaster. Clementine finds herself with in a whole new world at the start of All That Remains, still shaking from the aftermath of what happened on the final episode for Season 1.
Episode 2 (A House Divided) started to set the foundation for the rest of the Second Season, introducing much of the cast we would be interacting with. By the time In Harm’s Way was released, Clementine was knee-deep in trouble, and at first it seemed like things could only go downhill from there. Amid the Ruins let’s the player shape Clementine’s character in the build-up to the season finale.
And nothing could prepare players for No Going Back, the final episode that will lead into the eventual first episode of Season Three (unless Telltale Games decides to release an extra episode to bridge the gap between both seasons, as was the case for 400 days), which should be very interesting since there are four possible endings for No Going Back!
Telltale Games has provided us with review copies of every single episode (thanks!), and they’re keeping things going strong by helping to make this giveaway happen! We have two sets of codes for The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 2-5, and now is the tie for you to try and win them! (US Codes only)
The Walking Dead: Season Two – A Telltale Games Series continues the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned at the outset of the undead apocalypse, left to survive in a world gone mad. Players will struggle to outwit both the dead and the living in situations that will test their morals and control the flow of the story through the choices that they make.