Now that Jesse and the gang have vanquished the Wither Storm, saved the world, and become totally super famous heroes, life has gotten a bit more...complicated. With more responsibilities and less time for adventure, old friendships have started to fade -- at least until Jesse’s hand gets stuck in a creepy gauntlet that belongs to an ancient underwater temple. Together with old pals and new comrades alike, Jesse embarks on a brand new journey filled with tough choices, good times, and at least one temperamental llama.
Includes Episode 1 of a 5 part series in this brand new season from the award-winning studio, Telltale Games.
***PLEASE NOTE: NOT RECOMMENDED FOR DEVICES BELOW iPhone 5S and iPad Air 2. The full list of recommended minimum devices for the best gameplay experience is as follows - iPhone 5S and up, iPad Mini 4 and up, iPad Air 2 and up, and iPad Pro - also requires iOS 10.0 and up.***
- Miscellaneous fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Telltale’s brilliant adventure continues as Jesse and pals, fresh from saving the world, cope with their newfound fame—as well as irascible llamas, excitable puppies, and a mysterious gauntlet. The laugh-out-loud storytelling is as spot on as ever, expertly blending tough decisions that need to be made (Petra will remember that!) with exciting tap-and-swipe combat against zombies, spiders, and other familiar foes.
It’s better than season 1 at least
I bought the whole first season (all 8 episodes) and I didn’t think it was Telltale’s best (Tales from the Borderlands, The Walking Dead, Batman: The Enemy Within) but it still was a fun game for the whole family, so when they announced season 2 I rolled my eyes because Telltale was working on so many projects at the moment and I thought it was going to damage the content, but here I am, after having played episode 5 and I gotta say it surprised me (all the way up to episode 5, though), it’s better than its predecessor though the finale wasn’t what I expected it to be. Lately, Telltale finales haven’t been as powerful as before (except for Guardians, which had a lot of different paths to go to), I think it was kind of rushed, and could have used a little more polish, like a very big g showdown the same with a very big and full of SFX final fight, but it was not that way, I found it kind of boring and while I don’t hate it, I think you could’ve taken another month to do it. Anyway, I really liked this season, but I have another problem, I already said it in my Batman The Enemy Within review and it’s that the main menu is kind if crappy, it’s not like before with animations and stuff like that. I think that for at least minecraft you could’ve done one like you do in PC, since is not that weighty.
Thank you very much!
Thank you for the extensive feedback! We are glad to see you enjoyed Minecraft: Story Mode - Season Two. We hope you enjoy the rest of the Season if you have not completed it yet.
It’s Better Then Season One...
Minecraft Story Mode: S2 was a pretty decent game that I was excited to see what it had to offer, after its predecessor. The story was much slower paced compared to the first one, and took a long time to download on WiFi on the I Phone 6s (I tried downloading on several WiFi’s). Episode one was decent, I liked all the things you could do in beacon town, and the more decisions you could make. Episode 2, 3, and 4 were very well also. There were fun mini games in episode two- fun things to explore in three, and episode four had more action and fun cutscenes that were interactive. Five was badly paced in my opinion- and I liked how your decisions from the previous episodes could change who could live or die.
Episode four was very glitchy- and I ended up getting my character stuck into a corner, making me restart the entire episode.
Voice acting was pretty poor at times, and I could barely understand what Radar was saying when the main group was in beacon town at the end of episode 5... (Possible Glitch?)
The interface was pretty hard to use when fighting monsters, maybe make it like the GUI of Minecraft Pocket Edition?
Overall- I’d give this game a 4/5- it was amazing, and much better then season one... Just two things... please bring back Axel and Olivia- and I’d love another adventure pass!
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- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
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- In-App Purchases
- Multi-pack [Episodes 2-5] $19.99
- Episode 2 $4.99
- Episode 3 $4.99
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