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Friday the 13th, Your Thoughts?....

posted by Johnny Wadd on - last edited - Viewed by 187 users

Hi everyone!. (I know you all thought of Rebeca blacks song wen you read the tittle, so don't lie you bullies!...lol)

I was thinking of what could be the next project for TTG (apart from TWD) that could really shine and use the same blueprint of the latest game in the TTG action/cut-scene game formula, suddenly it came to me!...

"Friday the 13th"
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Imagine the same game-play blueprint of Jurassic park, but instead of Dinos, Jason Voorhees and Crystal Lake of course.

Don't laugh at me yet!...lol.. just think about it?..... your NOT Jason in the game, but a survivor trying to escape, now that could be cool in the style of TTG, serious, but space for funny-scares or the classic comedic relief character in games.

What do you guys think?.... and Don't hold back on me!.. I won't on your thread!..lol

(Sorry for my English, and sorry if someone already said it, but I did searched, nothing came up)

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  • No. Telltale should just stick to adventure games as much as possible. I'm already not planning to get "Jurassic Rain", and the idea that The Walking Dead might have even more focus on action has me worried enough.

  • Well this is how I look at it!...

    I know what you mean if you are into a more action intense games, like in the past, but not me!... I like TTG because of the easy point and click & puzzle semi-action-cut-scene-style in their games.

    If that didn't make sense, look at it this way: A comic book that you can play instead of watch, game-play very linear to the story (Yes!) as same as reading it!, only you get more entertainment by being more immerse into the story by controlling the character along the way.

    I got a gazillions of other action games to chose from which are staples of the action-game-play genre (which I won't name, since it's not proper to do here), and those Gazillion games are not TTG games, you get my point?...... Call me lazy, but I want to immerse my self into a story-driven game were I enjoy the least effort possible required to enjoy it/play it since I want to see a story develop more than playing it, just like a movie, and if you have puzzles in the game to help stimulate your brain a little, even better!.

    For my action/FPS gamer fix, I got a wide variety of games to choose from which are more hardcore if that is what you meant by "Jurassic Rain" (lol) to get my daily fix on, can't say the same for TTG, since they have just a few games, and in a style very different to anybody, and that I enjoy very much, as long as it's prone to funny dialog, and lots of cut-senses.

    Jurassic It's just another form of delivery for entertainment, but the TTG style is there, no doubt about it!.

  • @Johnny Wadd said: Well this is how I look at it!...

    I know what you mean if you are into a more action intense games, like in the past, but not me!... I like TTG because of the easy point and click & puzzle semi-action-cut-scene-style in their games.

    If that didn't make sense, look at it this way: A comic book that you can play instead of watch, game-play very linear to the story (Yes!) as same as reading it!, only you get more entertainment by being more immerse into the story by controlling the character along the way.

    I got a gazillions of other action games to chose from which are staples of the action-game-play genre (which I won't name, since it's not proper to do here), and those Gazillion games are not TTG games, you get my point?...... Call me lazy, but I want to immerse my self into a story-driven game were I enjoy the least effort possible required to enjoy it/play it since I want to see a story develop more than playing it, just like a movie, and if you have puzzles in the game to help stimulate your brain a little, even better!.

    For my action/FPS gamer fix, I got a wide variety of games to choose from which are more hardcore if that is what you meant by "Jurassic Rain" (lol) to get my daily fix on, can't say the same for TTG, since they have just a few games, and in a style very different to anybody, and that I enjoy very much, as long as it's prone to funny dialog, and lost of cut-senses.

    Jurassic It's just another form of delivery for entertainment, but the TTG style is there, no doubt about it!.

    What TTG games have you played?

  • Sam & Max
    TOMI
    W&G
    Bone
    BTTF

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    Haven't tried:

    Puzzle agent (It's next on my list)
    Strong Bad's

    I support TTG by STEAM, cuz I like to help both at the same time.

  • @RAnthonyMahan said: No. Telltale should just stick to adventure games as much as possible. I'm already not planning to get "Jurassic Rain", and the idea that The Walking Dead might have even more focus on action has me worried enough.



    You mean "Heavy Park?"

    Though I do agree, I think they should stick to adventure gaming for now.

  • So you mean you didn't like these games also:

    Sam & Max
    TOMI
    W&G
    Bone
    BTTF

    The games above are all pretty much sum-up in my post!... they play exactly like I just describe them.

  • @Johnny Wadd said: your NOT Jason in the game

    But... but... a game where Jason has to solve puzzles to kill all the teenagers would be so much more fun... :(

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