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Petition regarding then delay of Episode 2!

posted by alexanderyoyo on - Viewed by 1.1K users

I made a petition to enhance the pressure on TTG. I just want informationm like everyone else. Maybe, if everyone signs, it'll be possible for us to get something out of them :)

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    Darth Marsden Moderator

    I can personally, 100% guarantee, that petitions will do absolutely nothing.

    If you want to make one anyway, go for it. But it won't accomplish anything.

    • Hmm.. yeah maybe you're right. It just bummers me, that we literally can't do anything.

    • Actually.

      They worked with Bioware, remaking the end of ME3. No one thought it would do anything. It gained massive attraction, even went on the mainstream news. It actually was so intense. They listened. And Tell tale will listen or it will not be in business for much longer. It's simple business. You can't keep fucking the customer over, and get away with it because product is good.

      • They worked with Bioware, remaking the end of ME3. No one thought it would do anything.It gained massive attraction, even went on the mainstream news. It actually was so intense. They listened. And Tell tale will listen or it will not be in business for much longer. It's simple business. You can't keep fucking the customer over, and get away with it because product is good.

        And will this?

        • I will try.

          I messaged this to "huffingpost" emailed them a tip with information. I'm doing the same with CNN. If it does. They WILL have to respond or they're going look even worse, even day they are more silent.

          • To be fair, petitions were pretty much the least effective means of change when it came to ME3. There were hundreds of different petitions during that time, and most were just discarded as being too biased (the excuse being that the only people seeking them out were those who already wanted change). What really brought things to the forefront was the scads of negative reviews from reputable critics, literally dozens of 100+ page forum threads demanding change, creative protests (I remember one that sent a stack of cupcakes to the Bioware head office that were frosted red, blue and green, but all tasted exactly the same), and a charity drive that raised something like $60,000 over the course of a day.

            If you really want to bring something to a companies attention, it's not enough to present them with names and numbers; those can be easily dismissed. You need to get creative and try something they can't ignore.

    • If anything they should just give an update

      ..lol to stop all these topics coming up

  • This is silly...

    I don't like the idea of forcing something to happen ..nobody knows what's going on everyone is assuming and jumping on the fact "ITS DELAYED RABBLE RABBLE" If the game is trying longer to come out they must be a reason other than it's late...

    Although telltale don't say something is coming "soon" when it clearly isn't...i had to put up with bioshock infinate doing that..

    • Beast: Telltale, have you seen ep 2 of wolf among us, have you seen it?
    • Telltale: Shuts the elevator door on Beast
    • Beast: Mother f******
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    Jennifer Moderator

    Please keep discussion about the release (and Telltale's handling of the release) of episode 2 in the Episode 2 release discussion thread. It's easier to follow conversations when they happen in one place.

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