Quick Look:- The Walking Dead Episode 2: Starved For Help

It has been almost two agonising months since the first episode of TellTale Games’ The Walking Dead was released, but now, following a short delay, episode two is available to download on Xbox Live Arcade, PC, and American PSN (sorry European PS3 users, there’s no word on when it’ll be available on our PSN). The series boasts impressive moral decision and relationship systems in which every choice you make has repercussions – choose to help one survivor and they’ll remember it, cross another and it will have an impact on how they treat you from then on.

To help spread the word about this fantastic series Luke and Adam got together to produce a short video looking at one of the first difficult decisions to make in the second episode. Be warned, much like the comic books and TV series, The Walking Dead is a game that features strong violence and heaps of swearing. Enjoy!

The Walking Dead Episode 1: A New Day and Episode 2: Starved For Help are currently available to download right now, and we recommend that all of our readers give it a shot.

No word yet on when Episode 3 is due to be released, but we hope it’s sooner rather than later!

Fri, June 29 2012 » PC/Mac, Previews, PS3, Quick Look, Videos, Xbox 360

2 Responses

  1. Dee23 July 4 2012 @ 4:43 pm

    I wonder when episode 2 will come to UK psn store. Many accused myself and others of being impatient when we ranted about the delay of this game. I wonder if we would still be considered petty or unreasonable for still complainning about wanting to play a game that many, by now have completed and posted on youtube. I’ve read so much about this game in the hope of finding out when it would be released in the UK that I already know how the story plays out.

    I find myself more excited about episode 3 than 2 although I havent played 2 yet because little is known about episode 3 so I can hopefully play that game without seeing any spoilers before playing it.

    Thank you Telltale

  2. Mightyles July 4 2012 @ 5:47 pm

    Apparently the problem is with Sony Europe once again. This isn’t the first time that a game has been released on Xbox 360, PC, and on PS3 in the USA only to be delayed in Europe. As Europe is one of Sony’s biggest supporters you’d think they would want to reward their customers’ loyalty… I feel an article coming on!

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