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Telltale Games Shows Off Episode Two Of 'The Walking Dead: Michonne'

The second episode for The Walking Dead: Michonne comes out tomorrow and Telltale Games released a new trailer for the next chapter in the popular character’s story.

The short clip shows Michonne after she escapes the small colony of Monroe with her friends Pete and Sam. However, it seems that the group is now being chased by their former captors, so they must fight both humans and the undead to stay alive in their journey. In addition, Michonne is still struggling from memories of her past.

This second episode, titled “Give No Shelter,” will be the penultimate chapter in Michonne’s story. Telltale Games decided that the game would get just three episodes, compared to The Walking Dead game, which had 10 episodes over two seasons. The final chapter, called “What We Deserve,” comes out next month.

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  • d_kuhn
    I'd rather see another "Wolf Among Us" or "Borderlands" series (both were very entertaining)... I didn't really like the first Walking Dead episodes.
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  • amk-aka-Phantom
    I'd rather see another "Wolf Among Us" or "Borderlands" series (both were very entertaining)... I didn't really like the first Walking Dead episodes.

    I don't know why you were downvoted. Can't say anything about Wolf Among Us (didn't play it) but as a Borderlands fan, Tales from the Borderlands was *amazing* and most Telltale fans on Steam praise it as the best game they've come out with to date. And seeing as Gearbox is busy with *that other game which isn't Borderlands 3*, I'd absolutely love to have another season (or two!) of TFTB meanwhile - Telltale has used the existing Borderlands lore masterfully and integrated the story with the main BL games flawlessly, and I know that if they come out with season 2, people (including myself) will throw money at them for a season pass on launch day.
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  • d_kuhn
    Downvotes on this site are used for anything someone disagrees with... not as a gauge of merit - so don't sweat it. If the point of posting is to get upvotes then it's easy... just think about what you'd have said when you were 14 and you'll get upvotes.

    Tales for the Borderlands was easily their best game to date - but Wolf Among Us is no slouch. Compared to those. Their first Walking Dead game was not their equal... though I will admit that my opinion may be due to my firm belief that Zombies are about 3 years played out and it's time to move on.
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