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The Perfect Playthrough

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After playing the first time, did anybody have regret or wish they would have made different choices? Did anybody replay the game to fix perceived wrongs? If so, what did you change?

I changed big things, like I didn't save Carley the first time because I didn't see the purse so I changed that. I also changed minor things, like saying manure when Clem ask what it smells like in the barn so in episode two she knows the answer in episode 2 when Duck ask the same question.

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  • @Red Panda said: Did anybody replay the game to fix perceived wrongs? What did you change?

    I changed big things, like I didn't save Carley the first time because I didn't see the purse so I changed that. I also changed minor things, like saying manure when Clem ask what it smells like in the barn so in episode two she knows the answer in episode 2 when Duck ask the same question.



    welcome back ! Now behave !!

    i am doing one, it's pro kenny, pro /honest clem, honest to hershal only feeding those closest to lee, not killing the brothers, i tried to save the teacher, stopping clem eating mark and i help kenny kill larry..
    i also saved doug

  • i did a play through where i tried to tell everyone as much as i could about myself, i wish i could have just spoken to everyone in the group and just told them my life story (i wonder how Lee has avoided talking about it in small talk) but i told katjaa i used to be a teacher and kenny that the chemist was owned by my family and just tried to be 100% honest to everyone, i think that may add a few complications later

  • To me, I believe a perfect playthrough is a playthrough that involves making Lee act in a Socially Desirable way.

  • I'll wait for the fourth episode finale twist before deciding what's a perfect playthrough.

  • There is no perfect play through. I would be willing to bet no matter what choices are made its ultimately going to end in a shit show.

  • I don't know about perfect but I wanted to be honest to hershel, make a couple choices pro lilly, not kill danny for clems sake, & stole from the car cause I don't want her tobe cold or hungry

  • The perfect playthrough is purely subjective in this type of game.

    I haven't replayed anything on my first playthrough. I feel it defeats the purpose of what TTG is trying to accomplish. In hindsight I second guess some of the decisions I made but that's what we're supposed to do. If I changed my decisions for the sake of a better outcome, then the consequences become less meaningful.

    Of course, that's what the other save slots are for. :D

  • @Awesoke said: The perfect playthrough is purely subjective in this type of game.

    I haven't replayed anything on my first playthrough. I feel it defeats the purpose of what TTG is trying to accomplish. In hindsight I second guess some of the decisions I made but that's what we're supposed to do. If I changed my decisions for the sake of a better outcome, then the consequences become less meaningful.

    Of course, that's what the other save slots are for. :D



    that's why I'm sticking with my decisions the rest of the game

  • My initial save is based on my first instincts and I consider that my "perfect" play through. My second save has the opposite choices where in some cases I could have gone the other way, while some decisions remained the same because they really were the only choice for me.

    The third save is for playing with the psychology, then deleted.

  • @Cyreen said: My initial save is based on my first instincts and I consider that my "perfect" play through. My second save has the opposite choices where in some cases I could have gone the way, while some decisions remained the same because they really were the only choice for me.

    The third save is for playing with the psychology, then deleted.



    yeah similar thing for me, but even in my opposite game i cant be mean or not look after clementine

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