The Walking Dead - Episode 2: Starved For Help
This is an episodic game. You will need to get the base game and all succeeding episodes to experience it as designed.
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About this game
Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature
Episode two of a five-part game series set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning series. With starvation and bandit attacks becoming as much of a threat as the undead, the group finds themselves seeking help and food from strangers at a local dairy. Feel what it’s like to be a survivor, where choosing between necessities and what’s “right” is a delicate matter. Encounter human survivors who have gone down a truly horrific path. Begin to see the pressures of Lilly’s responsibilities and get a glimpse of her tortured past as she starts to unravel as a leader. Develop an understanding of what you’re willing to resort to in order to ensure survival. Live with the choices you made in Episode One as they continue to affect your experience in this episode.
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Telltale Games has a gem on its hands. If the remaining three episodes of this series are anything like the first two, The Walking Dead may very well go down in history as the greatest adventure game of this generation. Starved For Help improves upon the storytelling of its predecessor and treads into darker, much more mature territory. With an engrossing narrative that molds to your decisions, populated by a cast of compelling and relatable characters that you can’t help but care about, this is one zombie apocalypse you won’t want to miss.
Starved for Help is a great second episode in Telltale's Walking Dead franchise. The story borrows much from the graphic novels and is predictable even if you haven't read them, and the performance issues cause some grief, but this is an excellent adventure that needs to be played by every horror fan. It grosses you out at the same time that it makes you think about the fragile nature of society--and what would happen if everything suddenly broke down and left us scrounging to keep our stomachs full.
The Walking Dead: The Game -- Episode 2: Starved for Help wasn't what I was expecting. Rather than focus on more walkers and more headshots, the game turns everything around and made me focus on the possible threat of other survivors. It made me focus on who Lee would actually be in this world -- the guy with morals or the guy doing what it takes to get by. I dug that; it's definitely a different experience than the first episode (including its additional technical issues), but that's what I want out of episodic content.