The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 2 Walkthrough


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The second season to Telltale’s critically-lauded The Walking Dead continues in Episode 2, and so does our guide taking you down two paths on Clem’s adventure. Below, we’ll continue where Episode 1 left off and go over every grisly detail. For another perspective, you can check out the video guide with Mitch and James, showing off some of the alternative outcomes.

Refresh yourself on the events of season 1 with the Walking Dead video guide, or see how our choices play out in the 400 Days DLC walkthrough.


Table of Contents

Episode 1: All That Remains

Episode 2: A House Divided

  • Chapter 1: Two of Us
  • Chapter 2: The Intruder
  • Chapter 3: Departure
  • Chapter 4: In the Woods
  • Chapter 5: Crossing the Bridge
  • Chapter 6: The Other Side
  • Chapter 7: Reunited
  • Chapter 8: Revelations
  • Chapter 9: Christmas Dinner
  • Chapter 10: Helping a Stranger
  • Chapter 11: In the Dark
  • Chapter 12: Caught in a Trap
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    7 Comments on The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 2 Walkthrough

    Tammy

    On March 7, 2014 at 12:25 pm

    Do you have examples of how to get the hammer out of the zombies head for the game on an ipad? I am getting pretty tired of having issues with something that should be easy.

    Chelsea

    On March 7, 2014 at 2:05 pm

    I read this to try and see which deaths are inevitable at the end (and now I know to rewind and save Alvin), but just wanted to say Nick’s death definitely isn’t, he’s still alive in my game and Walt decides to shoot the zombie when Nick is in danger. You just need to be honest/encourage Nick to be honest and Walt will forgive him.

    So yeah, not sure if it’s a good thing though since Nick is definitely the new Ben.

    Kevin Thielenhaus

    On March 7, 2014 at 2:17 pm

    @Chelsea,

    That’s very cool. It seems like an inevitable death. If you find any other interesting outcomes, please let us know!

    Bobo

    On March 11, 2014 at 9:43 pm

    I knew the watch would come back! I chose to leave it in the drawer because I assumed I’d be found out as a thief. When it came up this time, I figured we’d have had the option to give it to Nick or not. Was it an option? Or did we just give it to him?

    Bobo

    On March 11, 2014 at 9:57 pm

    Also, it’s interesting that you thought to defend Nick throughout the episode and choose to bolster his confidence, etc, wherever possible. I went with Pete at the end of episode 1 and when Nick saw we were in trouble, he ran off. That colored my perspective of him and I wasn’t sad to see him go.

    Emily

    On May 19, 2014 at 10:59 am

    It was made very clear in the episode that Walt’s ‘friend’ was not his ‘friend’ but his partner. I am curious as to why you wouldn’t say that in the walkthrough?

    Cripple

    On May 19, 2014 at 11:18 am

    Probably because it isn’t particularly relevant. Besides Emily, if you’re trying to suggest that it was due to a lack of empathy to same-sex relationships, you’re not in luck because Gamefront more than any other site beats us over the head with it, to the point of trivialising the whole thing and coming across as exploitative.