Welcome into the Deadite review of the highly-awaited Into the Dead 2 game by Telltale Games. Based on the highly successful video game series, Into the Dead is sure to keep fans of the original fond of the long-running series. The successful first Into the Dead game saw players returning to the world created within the “choose your own adventure” mode, this time in an entirely different timeline. The second installment of the series promises more adventure, as players find out about the secret history of Abraham and the Necromancer. Fans of the first game will definitely love this one!
Remember, the plot is just a part of the Into the Dead 2 game. If you liked the first game, this one should be right up your alley. Remember though, that you’re playing this as if you were part of the story. That is, you have to solve problems, make decisions and react to events. Your actions and reactions are critical to the success of each episode.
In Into the Dead 2, you play as one of many survivors who are struggling from the plague. As you begin your journey, you meet with other survivors and learn about a new doctor who can help save the world. The doctors are, however, infected with the plague. And you must use your wisdom, science, and some quick thinking to save them before they die. Sounds easy, right?
Well, it’s not! For one, you’re playing as a newly-turned Zombie. And you have no idea how to deal with them. Plus, each episode involves a few hour’s worths of gameplay. There is little to no time to explore, so you better be quick on your feet or you could find yourself being scammed and losing all your progress.
The action is fast-paced. The undead seems to jump through the walls like a madman. And that’s not even the scary part! Once you get past the first few rooms, your eyes start to water as more of the storyline is revealed.
What I love most about Into the Dead 2 is the music. The songs really set the mood for the game, adding to your horror as you wander through the darkened grounds. They take you to a place of fear, suspense, and foreboding.
The story and dialogue are both engaging and realistic. The voices are true to life. They come from the real people who created the game, and their dialog and situations are told with warmth and affection. The game’s realistic setting and complete realism are what make Into the Dead 2 stand out among its peers. While other games may try to be edgy or funny, few can match the level of quality and detail put into the Dead 2.
All in all, Into the Dead 2 is a fun game. It doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel, but it does the job it was intended to do. Play Into the Dead 2 if you haven’t yet. If you have played the first game, you will understand why it is essential that you play the second. It is a masterpiece.
Remember when you’re reading Into the Dead 2 game review that you should look for certain things. The first is the storyline. The second is the gameplay. The third is the graphics and the sound effects. There is also the storyline itself, which will tell you the events that unfold. You will get hints throughout the game regarding certain issues that you should be aware of.
When playing Into the Dead 2, make sure that you are using a mouse. Using a keyboard will result in inputting characters improperly. Make sure that you read the instructions carefully and try to memorize everything you see. If you get lost, make sure that you read up on the plot. Sometimes the plot comes across as a little too contrived, but that’s okay. The game will still be fun, so don’t let the story overwhelm you.
If you enjoyed the first Into the Dead game, you’ll probably appreciate this sequel. It’s definitely one of the better versions of the original, and it is worth the price. The price is reasonable, considering how much fun the game is.
If you like zombie games that you can play with your friends, this game has that and much more. You can even connect with your friends through the online community. When you purchase this game, you can download it immediately from the Hints & Tips section of the Undead Labs website. As long as you have a PC or laptop with an Internet connection, you’ll be able to start playing in no time.