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Carly/Doug [Episode 3]

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I feel that the game is very misleading as basically what you say and do will change the outcome of every event/scene that comes about. There must have been a way to save her. Some how to persuade Ben. There must be something or the whole point of what you choose will effect the outcome is a complete bs stunt for buyers.

Put out a DLC or update the game so it is possible to save this character. It would end a lot of arguing and disappointment among these gamers. Thank you.

Doing that would basically tell us gamers/ Walking Dead fans that you as a company actually care about the product and it's consumers. Respect and gratitude will come from this!

Just please let that crucial moment be altered so we can choose the fate of her/him.

Now that that's out there. What do you guys think about the matter?

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  • @Squeezit said: The only reason I agree that it sucks is cause...well I feel like I'm still on a rail.
    Sure I make choices, But I can't technically change the story hardly at all.

    I feel as though the only major event you'll be able to change is what happens at the end of the last episode.

    You choose to let someone live?
    They die regardless, you choose to go one way, either way you go the other.
    It gives you the idea of making choices, when in reality you can't.
    Sure they'd have to spend more money on more scripts and more scenery, but I'm quite certain they're getting a lot out of it.

    I feel for a game about making choices, we aren't actually given any choices


    I think it was more about how your choices affect how people see you and who likes you.

  • @adontimasu said: I think it was more about how your choices affect how people see you and who likes you.

    I guess I need a choose your own adventure book, but in video game form :(

  • @Squeezit said: I guess I need a choose your own adventure book, but in video game form :(

    Would you buy it if it was $100+
    Cause essentially you're asking for multiple games in one.

  • @Squeezit said: I guess I need a choose your own adventure book, but in video game form :(

    That's not really practical, if possible. A game of that magnitude, depending on what you mean by that, would be like asking for 7 games packed into one.

  • @Xarne said: Would you buy it if it was $100+
    Cause essentially you're asking for multiple games in one.

    Yeah I'm aware.

    But just like some choose your own adventure books, they could re-use data from other parts of the game.


    If they did a good job with it though, Yes I'd be willing to pay 120$ or so for it.

  • @Squeezit said: If they did a good job with it though, Yes I'd be willing to pay 120$ or so for it.

    It would have a very limited market.

  • @Squeezit said: Yeah I'm aware.

    But just like some choose your own adventure books, they could re-use data from other parts of the game.


    If they did a good job with it though, Yes I'd be willing to pay 120$ or so for it.

    You sound like a sane and rational thinking individual. How did you end up on these boards?

  • @Cyreen said: It would have a very limited market.

    Yes and there is the catch-22. People want everything but dont want to pay 'for everything'. Devs dont do charity work. Someone is going to have to pay those devs for all the work done to develop those branching story boards, and it wont be the Red Cross

  • @Real Human said: exactly She got shot in her left the cheek so She is Alive

    Alright, cut it out before you end up banned for trolling.

  • @Xarne said: Yes and there is the catch-22. People want everything but dont want to pay 'for everything'. Devs dont do charity work. Someone is going to have to pay those devs for all the work done to develop those branching story boards, and it wont be the Red Cross

    i think the biggest problem for telltale in making branching stories would be the voice acting, and even though i have played hundreds of games without voice acting and i have liked/loved a lot of them, but i would not want telltale to stop doing voice acting just so i can have a few more outcomes of the story, i still think there could have been a bit more variety without needing more voice acting, but to make a TWD game with multiple story arcs with the same level of high quality presentation would just take so much longer to make with one of the biggest parts being the voice acting, so i can understand why they cant make a game with many branches in a month or two.

    but i think if they were to attempt to make a game that is essentially 3-4 games in one i don't think a monthly episodic game would work, maybe episodes would work but they would be bigger and have like 5-6 month gaps in between

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