If there’s one thing that I’ve learned from playing The Walking Dead it’s that I’m fairly certain I would do very, very poorly in a zombie infested apocalypse. I just can’t imagine myself murdering someone while Clemy, (it’s what I call Clementine, don’t judge me) is watching. I constantly feel compelled to try and save what sense of morality and hope that she clings onto in a world filled with terror. Needless to say, I’d probably get us all killed.
Yet, this is exactly why The Walking Dead is so much fun. It isn’t fast paced. It isn’t needlessly gory, but instead it creates an experience that allows you to explore the human condition in one of its most fragile states, desperation.
This is the entire premise of Episode 2 “Starved For Help”, and it executes it to damn near perfection.
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