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    Default REVIEW: "The Walking Dead: Season 2 - No Going Back" Lives Up To Its Name

    Telltale's final episode of "The Walking Dead: Season 2" is an emotionally gut-wrenching piece of art that lives up to its name of "No Going Back."


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    Mixed feelings about this episode.
    Unsure of how to do the spoiler tags (I did it once and I could still see what I wrote even though it said spoiler, but I guess that's just how it works)

    So...SPOILERS BELOW

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    Bonnie, Mike, and Arvo are dead to me. I hated Bonnie in the beginning for the fiasco at the lodge, Mike was meh, and Arvo was a piece of crap. But after the stunt they pulled and shooting Clem... fudge them.

    I was kind of sad to see Luke go until I realized that he's only a semi-useful Ben-lite who talks a good game and sadly never made it past tool status.

    The dream scene with Lee was amazing. At first I was a little miffed because I thought the whole thing ended up being just a dream, but even if it did, I enjoyed seeing Lee again. Miss him so much.

    Jane and Kenny- this is where the mixed feelings sink in. Kenny is a ticking time bomb, like Jane said, but I've never seen passive-aggressive ness taken to the level that she took it. I mean...wow. I watched a walkthrough where the player sided with Jane, so in the end they end up back at Carver's place where a survivor family wants to shack up as well. They look shady, but I guess we'll see.

    I'm hoping that Christa is still alive and that Clementine continues to be a boss.
    end of spoilers

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    No idea how season 3 is going to go after this.

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    There's no one plot thread to pick back up, so how exactly can or will they continue the story of Clemetine? Maybe they won't? I just don't know. They have to have an idea in place to even do that many different possible endings, and I have faith in them.

    I stuck with Kenny. I had to after this long.

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