Reviews have been pouring in for Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 2, and the feedback is still insanely positive. Another great episode from Telltale!

IGN – 9.5/10 – Editor’s Choice

Newsarama – 10/10
”The Walking Dead: Season Two continues to be a master class in storytelling, in emotional manipulation, and in moral examination. I simply cannot wait for more.”

GameTrailers – 9/10
“The last episode was a tough act to follow, but similar to season one, episode two is even better. The stakes are higher and the consequences steeper. Telltale has once again proved that adventure games are not only still alive, they’re as strong as ever. We can only hope it’s not long before we find out what’s next.”

8.8 – PC Gamer
“Gripping episodes like A House Divided are why we play The Walking Dead.”

8.75 – Game Informer
“A House Divided has solid writing with plenty of surprises. Making difficult choices as Clementine is an adrenaline rush”

8/10 – Destructoid
“…A House Divided is a great second offering, and I’m sufficiently hooked.”

8/10 – Joystiq
“This deep into the undead armageddon, almost all survivors have blood on their hands and skeletons in their closets, and Clementine must decide who to trust and when to trust them, sometimes with a finger on the trigger. It gets messy.”

“By letting us see Kirkman’s dismal world through a new set of eyes, Telltale has made their game and its story substantially more interesting. The Walking Dead continues to largely focus less on the forest and more on the trees, but those trees take on a terrifying new height when viewed from so low to the ground.”

Cheat Code Central – 9/10
“Play this game. It is art and it just keeps getting better.”

GameFront – 9/10
“A House Divided is another powerful, emotional installment, and continues to make a beautiful, tense experience about finding and trusting one another the end of the world.”

The Koalition – 90/100
“Fans who might have complained that there wasn’t enough action in the last episode will feel right at home with this one. When you also add in the fact that the storyline is the driving force behind these actions, it becomes evident very quickly that every aspect about the episode is well crafted from start to finish.”