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Telltale's fourth episode in the second season of their gripping episodic series The Walking Dead has finally shuffled its way out into the hands of gamers. Titled Amid the Ruins, 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.

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.
Amid The Ruins is another quality Telltale episode, but it’s not the most memorable that they’ve ever done. It ends on a huge cliffhanger, as they all seem to now, but it’s not necessarily one that sets up an exciting final conflict.
Follow on through for the full review of The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 4: Amid the Ruines.



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