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Telltale's fifth and final episode in the second season of their gripping episodic series The Walking Dead is now available to gamers, but how well does it shape up compared to last year's first season?

Titled No Going Back, the new episode continues on with the survival of 11-year old Clementine as she battles the apocalypse by herself, though not without help from a handful of strangers. Being the finale also brings with it a number of solid season decisions to fruition, plus depiciting what could happen for a possible third season.

Taking the lead once again is James “Jickle” O’Connor who finds that while Telltale certainly have a knack for a good story, it seems this season may be lacking in that bang of the original debut.
The second season of The Walking Dead has had highpoints, but in the end it can’t match up against the first season. While individual episodes worked well, the series arrived at a conclusion that it hadn’t really bothered to build up to, and the last episode falls a bit flat as a result.
Follow the zombie trail for the full review of The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 5: No Going Back.



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Posted 12:12am 29/8/14
I wouldn't agree that the focus on Kenny was boring to be honest. I was amazed by the ending I had.
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