The Walking Dead: Season 2
I got the first season on disc and loved it. I couldn't wait for the second season the come out so I bought the download and I was amazed at how much better it gets. I recommend this game to everyone. This game is a story game so don't go into thinking that this is going to be a Zombie killing spree game.
I know that I have "The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct" which is a totally different type of game and different publisher. However, I got this version knowing that it was TTG and written in comic book style. However, when I installed this on my Xbox 360 and began playing, I experienced lags, hiccups, and finally complete freezing of my console that I had to physically force a hard shutdown with the power button as nothing else responded. I thought maybe it was a defective disc, so downloaded a preview free on Xbox Live Gold. It was no better... I experienced the same lockup. I have logged thousands of hours on different gaming consoles and have NEVER seen such a buggy game. In addition, the graphics looked fake even for a comic book type game. My Batman Arkham games are comic book style, but at least they had outstanding graphics, sound, and special effects. I really cannot recommend this game at all. I know other reviewers have commented on the storyline and character development, but that is only half of the equation in any game. Without the technical wizardry of special effects and well-written code, I may as well watch the series on AMC. I felt as if I were playing a game written for small children (minus the blood and gore, of course). I would recommend looking at another title OR the version backed by AMC.
I played episode one so I cant wait for this one I cant belive Kenny comes back I thought he was dead
its Meh which means that it was ok it would be better if they didn't want you to PAY FOR IT each time you play a level.
I loved it
This game is amazing. A little glitchy depending on the console but still great. The storyline keeps you enthralled and the characters make you love them more with every scene. Definitely recommend it.