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The Walking Dead: Episode One Guide

Chapter 2

When you have entered the house and Sandra the babysitter attacks you, it is possible for her to kill you twice. Once when you are trying to get away from her in the kitchen and once when you are crawling away from her towards the glass door.

Once you grab the hammer from Clementine, you can either bash the baby sitter’s head in just twice to make her stay dead, or go to town on her face and repeatedly hit her, turning her face into goop. Either way will make her stay down for good and will always have the same outcome.

After you beat her with the hammer, Clementine will ask you if you killed her. For all of the dialogue choices, it will say that “Clementine will remember that” except for the option of saying nothing. If you choose that option, it will say that “Clementine seems afraid.” Although there are two different outcomes for the dialogue options, they don’t seem to have any affect through the episode.

4 comments

  • Edias - November 27, 2012 3:12 p.m.

    I've been gaming practically my whole life, and The Walking Dead has proven to be one of the best gaming experiences of my life thus far. Sure, the gameplay was simplistic and the choices could have had a larger impact on the outcome but the story was excellent and the gameplay worked well enough to drive it along. I wish more games were of this caliber, and I can only hope that Telltale will take what they've learned from this season to make the next one even better.
  • patbateman17 - May 11, 2012 11:29 a.m.

    So, it doesn't really seem like any of the decisions made in Episode 1 really effect much during that episode. I know they SAID that the decisions will span all the episodes, but I'm skeptical as that's a pretty bold promise. Will have to see how Episodes 2 and 3 fare before deciding on this one.
  • KungFoo - May 12, 2012 4:22 a.m.

    I don't think they really intended to, as the first episode is effectively the prologue. I won't go into detail for the benefit of not leaving spoilers, but there's an incident early on in which, although you have a choice, you cannot change the outcome. But, that's because the outcome is a very important story arc for the comics, so that's understandable. The choice made towards the end of the episode will have a minor shape (who knows, maybe on a larger scale) as to how the story develops later on but that's what made me hungry for more as it ended Trust me on one thing, if you've read any of the comics, not necessarily up to date, and enjoyed them then this is a must buy
  • patbateman17 - May 14, 2012 8:08 a.m.

    Thanks for the reply! I realize my comment is short-sighted and won't be fleshed out until the finale - I'm just impatient and have a hard time buying a "season" up-front :) But I DID enjoy the demo, if I had more time to play games I would probably pick this up.

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