The Walking Dead: Season Two Gets New Trailer, Haunting Song Download | Cult of Mac

The Walking Dead: Season Two Gets New Trailer, Haunting Song Download



The second season of The Walking Dead: The Game is well underway, with the launch of Episode 2, “A House Divided” on the 4th of this month. It’s ready for download as an in-app purchase on the Mac version of the game via Steam as well as through the iOS version of the gritty adventure game based on the award-winning comic book of the same name.

Publisher Telltale Games has just put up a slick-looking trailer for the game, with a haunting new song that plays over the end of the video. You can download the song over on the Telltale Games site for free as well, in case you’re longing for the old-timey feel of the thing after you watch the trailer below.

That take on a traditional American Folk song, “In the Pines,” is sung by one of the animators on the Telltale development team, Janel Drewis, and arranged by Telltale Games composer Jared Emerson-Johnson. The song is believed to be of Southern Appalachian origin and dates back to the 1870s

The first episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two, “All That Remains” is also available. If you played the first season, the first episode, or the mini-series “400 Days,” any decision you made in those games will affect your story in Season Two. Both episodes follow the story of a young girl, Clementine, the only survivor of the first season of the game. She’s had to find new allies and fight her way through a world gone horribly wrong, with the undead the least of her worries.
You can also get the series on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and (soon) the PlayStation Vita. The Mac and iOS versions are ready for your downloading pleasure immediately.

Source: App Store


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