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article imageVideo: 'The Walking Dead — All That Remains' 1st full trailer

By Can Tran     Dec 13, 2013 in Entertainment
Telltale Games has released a full-length trailer for the second season of "The Walking Dead" video game. The first episode is called "All That Remains."
A full-length trailer has finally been released for the highly anticipated second season of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead video game. The trailer, the first half of it, goes through the time line of events that transpired during the first season (minus what happened in 400 Days). Then, it shows the second half where it shows that Omid and Christa (from season one) have managed to survive after separating from season one protagonist Lee Everett. The second half of the trailer shows Clementine, the female protagonist of season 1, as the main protagonist of season two. Since she had to leave Lee behind during episode five, Clementine's been on her own. In this season, players take on the role of Clementine.
As the trailer shows, she's a bit more hardened and toughened when it comes to survival. This shows the change from season one to season two of the game.
You can buy the chapters separately or all together with the latter being available via a season pass. The game should be available in a couple of days. If you haven't yet played the first season and 400 Days, make sure you do. According to Telltale Games, the developers of the game series, the decisions you made in those episodes will affect how season two goes for you.
There are conflicting reports of when the game will come out for what systems. VG24/7 reports that IGN says that the Xbox 360 gets the game on December 19. reports that the first episode comes out for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 on December 18. Gamerant reports that a release date for the Playstation 3 is not yet confirmed.
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