One aspect that didn't change at all was the visual and audio quality of The Walking Dead. I am always impressed with Telltale's ability to replicate the original artwork style of their licensed games, and this particular title is no different. The game really captures the visual feel of the comics and while there aren't a lot of characters seen in both the comics and the game, especially this far along, when they do make cameos, they are spot on.
Audiowise, The Walking Dead sets the mood with low background music that only seems to ramp up when you've encountered one of the heart-pumping moments when you find yourself in the middle of a horde of walkers, something that happens a couple of times in this first episode. The voice acting remains top notch as well. It sounds like the survivors from the first season reprised their roles, and Clementine's voice seems to mature just a tiny bit when the story jumps 16 months ahead. It's obvious that she isn't the same little girl that Lee found in a tree house during the previous season.