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Review The Walking Dead: Season Two
Interactive game that plays like a Hollywood movie
Author: Jay Feldman
Date: 27 Jun 2014, tested on ASUS Nexus 7 (2013)
Quality 3D graphics, exciting plot, dynamic game play
Lags here and there, uses a lot of system resources, kills your battery
The Walking Dead: Season Two for Android is an interactive game that looks like an A-List animated horror movie. The cinematography rivals Oscar winning flicks with million dollar production values.
The Walking Dead: Season Two is quite elaborate. It’s basically like watching an animated horror movie or graphic novel. The star is a young girl and she’s trying to find her way all alone in an apocalyptic world overrun by zombies. The story is intense, suspenseful and surprisingly frightening. These guys did an excellent job setting the scene and catching the right mood and sense of urgency.
As the story unfolds, you are presented with text choices that impact the action and plot. Tap the screen to explore your surroundings and collect items. Interact with other characters and exchange dialog. Oh, and fight zombies while running for your life.
The animation looks graphic and immersive. The story is actually captivating and the soundtrack is top notch. For sure this will actually become a movie before long. They went all out on this one and set the bar really high. There are additional chapters that can be purchased for $5 each or $15 for a full season’s pass. The game can be continued from part one and you can save several instances of your game and experiment with different plot points.
The Walking Dead: Season Two is outstanding. I’m not really into horror movies, but I was quite impressed. This should be quite popular and entertaining. Only problem is, will you be able to sleep after playing? Me thinks they have a huge hit on their hands here.