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‘The Walking Dead’ Crawls Onto Vita Next Week

Clementine The Walking Dead Telltale Games The Walking Dead will be devouring even more fans on Playstation Vita this April 23rd. The second season will finally be released for the platform. Episode 1 – ‘All That Remains’ and Episode 2 – ‘A House Divided’ will be available for download for PS Vita via PlayStation®Store. This is following its subsequent release on PS3, Xbox 360, Windows PC, and Mac, iOS, and the Ouya. Each of its five episodes currently sells at the low price of £3.99 to €4.99.

The episodic video game series inspired by Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic franchise is a choice-driven experience shaped by how you play. Its first season told the story of Lee Everett, a convicted murderer beset with caring for a young protégée, Clementine, amidst a zombie apocalypse and a small band of fellow survivors. Its second season chronicles Clementine’s continuing journey as a child growing up in a hellish world where the living are just as deadly as the dead.

Take a look at the second season’s launch trailer below:

The series has further gone onto win over 90 Game of the Year awards and is accompanied by a slew of likeminded properties from Telltale. As the second season quickly approaches its mid-season with its third episode of “In Harm’s Way,” Vita players will no doubt be invited to catch up on its preceding episodes as well as season one’s close connected DLC of 400 Days.

The company has certainly been busy in recent months, announcing a Game of Thrones tie-in as well as cashing in on Gearbox’s acclaimed FPS series with Tales from the Borderlands alongside its continuing take on Bill Willingham’s The Wolf Among Us. For The Wolf Among Us’ latest episode of “A Crooked Mile,” read our full review.

Source: Playstation Blog UK

About Tim Gruver

From the time he sat down to play the likes of Duck Hunt and Super Mario Bros. on his sisters' dusty NES one afternoon, video-games would entice Tim's mind like the One Ring to Gollum. He believes video games are art and that Okami and Shadow of the Colossus are among them, if not equal to Poets of the Fall. He's pursuing a journalism major at the University of Washington until the hopeful day he lands a gig where he can rave about games for a living.
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