VIDEO GAMES: Devs Dish On Telltale's THE WALKING DEAD Season 2

VIDEO GAMES: Devs Dish On Telltale's THE WALKING DEAD Season 2

Telltale recently released the first trailer and street dates for the Season 2 finale of the The Walking Dead, now we have an interview with the developers to share!

Telltale Games revealed the first trailer for the Season 2 finale of their The Walking Dead video game last week (see it here).  They've now released an interview with developers of the game, Kevin Boyle (Executive Producer) and Kiersten Kennedy (Producer), in which they discuss the upcoming episode, Clementine growing up and they even touch on the comic books.



"No Going Back", the fifth and final episode for Season 2, will hit 8/26 for PC/Mac, PlayStation 3 & PS Vita in North America, 8/27 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 & PS Vita Europe and 8/28 for iPhone & iPad via the App Store.
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