The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier Episode 2: Ties That Bind Part Two Crack/Patch

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier Episode 2: Ties That Bind Part Two When family is all you have left…how far will you go to protect it? After society was ripped apart by undead hands, pockets of civilization emerge from the chaos. But at what cost? Can the living be trusted on this new frontier? As Javier, a young man determined to find the family taken from him, you meet a young girl who has experienced her own unimaginable loss. Her name is Clementine, and your fates are bound together in a story where every choice you make could be your last.

Download The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier Episode 2: Ties That Bind Part Two Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
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Downloads 1399
Genre Action, Adventure, General, Point-and-Click
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Telltale Games / Telltale Games

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier Episode 2: Ties That Bind Part Two reviews ( 7 )

morteza_alaey, Dec 22, 2016

that is a wonderful game and u will love it the story is great a great character design and telltale give us a wonderful gameplay this is what i want,this is telltale's best game ever

TheCheese45, Dec 26, 2016

After playing these first two episodes, and as long as the remaining episodes are this strong, I can say with certainty that The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is a masterpiece, it's nearly as good as the first game.

Daniel_Ahab, Dec 20, 2016

I don’t have a clear sense of where the season as a whole aims to go just yet, but “Ties That Bind Part I” is one of Telltale’s strongest openers in recent memory. Scenes feel carefully constructed in their camera direction and editing, and Telltale avoids the pitfalls of its most egregious past issues — only one environmental exploration sequence temporarily slows things down — but for the most part the episode moves along at an exceptional clip. But that’s not just thanks to Part I’s style. Smart characterization and writing for Javi and his family, plus the return of Clementine, add weight to a largely unfamiliar but already engaging new frontier that I can’t wait to continue to explore.

nima1990, Dec 21, 2016

I've decided that all Telltale games are just the same these days with the same gameplay mechanics only different stories. What TWD A New Frontier lacks in that part it makes up for in the story section. I love Javier and all the other new characters. I connected with him immediately and felt the need to protect him as a character with correct choices. However, as a player I feel so passive. The interaction required from the player is ridiculously minimal and it feels more like watching a movie than playing a game. Overall, I really enjoyed playing the first two episodes and am looking forward to more.

BioTofu, Jan 8, 2017

This is more of a review of the combined episodes 1 and 2 of the New Frontier. They launched with 2 episodes this season. I was hoping to see my dear Clementine again after all that time but they made me control this new Javier character, who is kinda a clone of Luke from the previous season. Even after about 4 hours, my emotional care level for this Javier guy was only on par with maybe 1 of the 5 main characters from the 400 Days side stories (in 400 Days, you only play for about 30mins or so with each of the 5 characters). I think I understand the Telltale's decision in making the player to take control of a new character so that I can see how the harsh years have changed Clementine. Players are unable to control her actions directly. But occasionally, the game allows the player to take control of Clementine again in her flashbacks... During my game, the narration and controls got confusing for me. There was a Clementine flashback immediately followed by a conversation between Clementine and Javier, I was not sure who I was controlling at that time. In multiple moments, the actions/dialogues which I wanted to choose were not available. There was a lot less exploration and the story felt very linear. The quick time events felt a bit tagged on this time around. Hard to explain some of the characters' actions too. I also got a bunch of unexpected reactions from some of the characters with my decisions... Maybe because I was dealing with rebellious teenagers or maybe caused by multiple rewrites? It was cool to see some known face showing up but then I realized that it was probably a poor choice... I already knew that character, so he was immediately put on my trusty ally list, which was so not Walking Dead and it was tampering with my decision making! Overall disappointed by the 2-episode launch of the season. Without the big twist at the end of episode 2, I would have given this game a lower score.

muzmuz, Jan 13, 2017

Immediately picking off from the surprisingly short previous episode, Ties That Bind Part Two is yet another brief episode from the third season. While the story may be a bit thrilling especially in the ending, this season so far feels way too rushed, as what episode two shows, letting players stumble upon rather ridiculous choices and non-immersive flow of story.

OfficialMonkey, Apr 6, 2017

TL;DR - Offensive to S1 and S2 players. Rest in bloody peace: a series which once used to be great. Short 60 minute episodes (and the awful story makes it even worse), Clementine is playable for 5 minutes per ep, false advertisting pre-release, this is Javier's story for whatever **** reason even though we never asked for this and just wanted a GOOD continuation of Clementine's story (but this is an ABYSMAL continuation - this shouldn't even be called S3), The story is awful, and Clem is just a side character shoe-horned in when she was pretty much the main character for the previous two seasons. This isn't Clem's story, this is Javier's story - so this shouldn't even have Clem in it if Telltale wants to tell Javier's story so badly because she's just shoe-horned in and a side character. All the false advertising pre-release doesn't help either. Her being in every bloody advertisement also doesn't help. We played as Clementine in Season 2 and shaped our Clementine, and now Clementine is a supporting character again plus her personality doesn't change at all depending on your choices last season. Easy choices and deaths don't affect you because there is not enough character development and the game just pushes you forwards without any chance to talk to characters like in Season 1 (and even S2). This review would be too long if I talked about every issue, but SOME of the main issues are up there. SOME of the main issues. S2 choices don't **** matter for ****