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The dead have risen to feast on the living, and the living cannot be trusted. Episode 2 of Clementine's story in the new, undead world.
So, ever since I've Posted the link to the first trailer I've gathered a little feedback and gained a couple of people that like my work. Not as many as people would think, but even two-three subscribers that watch me are good enough to motivate me to keep doing what I'm doing. As an extra, (and lack of 400 days edition on youtube), I've also decided to include Bonnie's storyline into the episode 2, since she makes an appearance there and could use a little background story to support her character.
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Episode 1 - "All that remains"
Several months has passed since the events of episode 5. Clementine meets up with old and new friends that will assist her in the journey. Can she bring herself to trust them?
I'm finally done editing this first episode, it ended up being 1 hour and 12 minutes long. I've put tremendous work into it as I wanted to cut as much gameplay as possible and let viewers enjoy the whole experience as if they are watching a movie.
Season 2 choises and behaviour are developed based on things that has happened to Clementine over the period of Season 1. You could find some stuff that Clementine brings (or doesn't bring) herself to do foreshadowing the past events.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy editing/playing it.…
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Clementine returns for Season 2 of The Walking Dead, brought by the makers of an award winning game "The Walking Dead" by Telltale Games.
Fan made trailer of a movie edition made by me. All the choises will be based off from the conclusion in season 1, the character will be played out accordingly to how it was set up in previous season.
What I like about Telltale's games is no matter what the ending is going to be, the way you play the game can completely differ from someone else, creating a completely different atmosphere and offers a lot of replayability. Even though the conclusion to the story is the same for everyone, the thing that makes it interesting is the way it is executed. The Walking Dead isn't the game with a lot of different en…
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