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access_time June 27, 2012 at 9:11 AM in Microsoft by Drew Robbins

Starved For Help Out Today on 360, Continues Episodic Walking Dead Adventures

The Walking Dead has made its name in literature, television, and, more recently, video games with a slew of narratives capitalizing on the culture’s obsession with the undead. Telltale Games, a developer renowned for its handle on the adventure genre, has been the most recent studio to direct its attention towards the franchise with last month’s The Walking Dead: Episode 1 – A New Day, the first of five episodes based in the universe so eloquently crafted by acclaimed writer Robert Kirkman. Today, The Walking Dead: Episode 2 – Starved For Help picks up where the original title left off in a way that has already garnered the favor of critics across the board.

Remaining true to its episodic form, Starved For Help proceeds in correlation with the decisions made in A New Day. In the span of the first game, players were faced with life-altering decisions for Lee Everett, the game’s main protagonist who is seeking redemption for past crimes, and Episode 2 promises to be no different in that respect.

The Walking Dead: Episode 2 – Starved For Help is now available on the Xbox 360 for 400 Microsoft Points ($5.00). On June 29, the game will launch for Mac, PC, and PlayStation 3 for $4.99. Those certain that they wish to continue the story of Lee Everett can also choose to purchase a season pass for $19.99 on the PlayStation 3 or for $24.99 on Mac and PC.

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