Enjoy your Easter weekend, then pick up Walking Dead Season 2 for PS Vita on April 22

PlayStation Vita owners can play the latest season of Telltale's adventure game series starting next week; episodes available individually for $5.

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The Walking Dead: Season Two will debut for PlayStation Vita on April 22, developer Telltale Games announced today in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

Episodes 1 ("All That Remains) and 2 ("A House Divided) will be available on that date, and you can buy them individually for $5 each or you can buy the $20 Season Pass. The Walking Dead: Season Two is already available on other platforms like PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

For more on the first episodes in the second season of The Walking Dead, be sure to read GameSpot's reviews of "All That Remains" and "A House Divided."

Eddie Makuch is a news editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch
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Discussion

21 comments
LeoLex_
LeoLex_

Great comic, good TV series, good game..

hoyholyhoy
hoyholyhoy

I'd rather not buy shitty games for my Vita thanks :)

blackzio
blackzio

meh, a bit too late. if they released in the same time window as the other consoles, i'd grab the vita version since my ipad screen is broken and twd on the go is awesome, but i got the ipad version anyway already.

D1N02982
D1N02982

I still have to play the first one I'm going to buy the game of the year edition this weekend :)

PodXCOM
PodXCOM

I'm sorry, but I think The Walking Dead sucks. The story is okay, at best.

Threesixtyci
Threesixtyci

I'm still waiting for the slim vita to hit the market in the US....

PrpleTrtleBuBum
PrpleTrtleBuBum

Nice going Eddie. What about people who don't have Easter or can't enjoy it? I demand writer change right now. I mean like right now.

benleslie5
benleslie5 moderator

Nice to see more games coming to the PS Vita

Gallowhand
Gallowhand

It's always good to see more Vita games, but this franchise isn't my cup of tea (not a zombie fan).  I'm waiting for all of the episodes of Wolf Among Us to be released, and then I'll pick that one up.

ziproy
ziproy

I still forget I only paid $25 for this three months ago. I gotta say I love Telltale's episodic games; I can see how the likes of EA and Activision can ruin the method already but Telltale uses it to their advantage.


The next episode can't come soon enough. And Telltale PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't start a tradition of killing the protagonist at the end of the game. I cried for Lee but I fear for other people's safety if something should happen to Clem

Lhomity
Lhomity

Very keen to get these next week. Can't wait.

Lhomity
Lhomity

@ziproy Spoilers, dude. Some people reading these comments may not have played or finished Season 1 yet.

PodXCOM
PodXCOM

@ObeseChipmunk

Well, that's hard to say.

You see, some games have great characters, but no story. Some games have great atmosphere or story, but has no real characters that talk. And I don't put one game over the other.

I think books and animes have the better story, but if I have to pick a game, I guess MGS4, Final Fantasy VI to X are good.

Wait.... I think....  maybe Myth had one of the best stories out there. The gameplay was very hard too, so it really made you feel like you were part of this painful war.

Dannystaples14
Dannystaples14

@Lhomity @ziproy  I haven't but I kind of already knew that. No one picks up a young girl from a tree house and protects her through a zombie apocalypse just to leave her to fend for herself later.