The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 2: Give No Shelter for PlayStation 4

The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 2: Give No Shelter

Mar 29, 2016
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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Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature


Episode two of a three part episodic game series set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning series. A daring escape from the floating colony of Monroe sees Michonne, Pete, and Sam running for their lives. Purchase of this additional content requires The Walking Dead: Michonne - Ep. 1, In Too Deep.

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Justin CelaniApr 08, 2016
Overall I liked this episode much more than the first. It was exciting, I had a moment of shock, I felt angry, I felt hatred, I felt more feelings in this episode then anything the first provided. Maybe that’s how it was planned from the start? Though it feels like it’s building up to a final showdown and the anticipation for the third and final episode in the miniseries is dreadful.
Drew HurleyMay 02, 2016
The first episode lacked that special something to elevate it to memorable status and comparable to the best Telltale has previously produced. At first, this second episode seems to suffer from the same flaws, but, thankfully, as the episode progresses and builds to its superb climax, it begins to turn that around. The Walking Dead: Michonne - Episode 2: Give No Shelter shows that Telltale may be able to salvage this series… now to see if it can pay off in the finale.
Cristian CiuranetaApr 04, 2016
Michonne regresa son su segundo capítulo, más directo y fugaz que el anterior, pero que no logra despejar las dudas sobre su narrativa, especialmente damnificada en favor de la acción y la supervivencia. Dicha apuesta resultaría incluso interesante si en conjunto se mostrara más equilibrada; y es aquí donde, de nuevo, falla.