The Walking Dead: Season 2 interview reveals themes and favorite moments

With the release of the first episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two almost upon us, we have an exclusive teaser interview to share with you in which Telltale Games explores some of the themes from its latest instalment of flesh-eating shenanigans.

The interview also features some of the developer's favorite moments from Season One as both the director and gameplay designer reflect on the success of the franchise, which received critical acclaim for its clever, narrative-driven gameplay and hard-hitting action sequences. In Season Two, choices made in Season One will also have some impact and bearing on what happens next and how relationships evolve. This time around, however, players will take the role of the young girl, Clementine.

The Walking Dead: Season Two continues the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned by the undead apocalypse. Left to fend for herself, she has been forced to learn how to survive in a world gone mad. Many months have passed since the events seen in Season One of The Walking Dead, and Clementine is searching for safety. But what can an ordinary child do to stay alive when the living can be just as bad -- and sometimes worse -- than the dead? As Clementine, you will be tested by situations and dilemmas that will test your morals and your instinct for survival. Your decisions and actions will change the story around you, in this sequel to 2012's Game of the Year."


Due for release on multiple platforms, including PS3, Vita and Xbox 360, The Walking Dead: Season Two is due for release this week.

A gamer since the days of the ZX Spectrum, Steven Williamson now works as General Manager for PSU. He's supposed to be managing, but if you're reading this, it means he's dipped into editorial again. Follow @steven_gamer
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