New Walking Dead Game Looks F***ing Scary, Amazingly Emotional

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The new Walking Dead: The Game Trailer looks creepy as hell.

It’s been a year since Telltale’s first Walking Dead game came out and scared the crap out of all of us. Now Telltale has just released the first episode of the second season, titled appropriately enough The Walking Dead: Season Two.

Check out the trailer (rated M) below.

Just like Season One, The Walking Dead: Season Two will eventually comprise five episodes to tell its scare story arc, focusing on Clementine, the young survivor from the first game. It will release regularly, all downloadable, and will finish up in 2014. You can save 10 percent off the purchase price on the Mac version with a season pass pre-order, which will give you access to all five episodes as they release for a total price of $22.49, either via the Telltale Online Store or Steam.

The iOS version of the game is available now, as well, for an initial price of $4.99 on the App Store.

The Walking Dead: The Game is set in the same world as Robert Kirkman’s hit comic book series and AMC’s popular television show of the same name. The first season of the game introduced a host of new characters not in the comic book or tv series, including Clementine and her protector, Lee Everett. The game forces players to choose from some pretty difficult choices along the way, which affects the gameplay and story line. If you let one character die yet save another, the game will change in small and large ways. It also records your choices and shares the list with you when you finish.

If you have any interest in playing an emotionally-charged, scary as hell game, get yourself a copy of this second season The Walking Dead: The Game on any platform you choose, including Mac, iOS, PC, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3.

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