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What was good at first, now finally has become predictable and lame!

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Honestly TT, are you seriously trying to make fun of players? Tailored to my playstyle? What exactly is tailored to my playstyle? And why the hell did you choose to let Lee die, unless he's immune to the infection?

It's obvious what the last scene is going to be like in episode 5. You're going to make Clementine have to shoot Lee, because he turned. So heartbreaking, so dramatic...she will cry rivers of tears.

You do make a better season 2 I hope.

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  • @Mofakin said: Honestly TT, are you seriously trying to make fun of players? Tailored to my playstyle? What exactly is tailored to my playstyle? And why the hell did you choose to let Lee die, unless he's immune to the infection?

    It's obvious what the last scene is going to be like in episode 5. You're going to make Clementine have to shoot Lee, because he turned. So heartbreaking, so dramatic...she will cry rivers of tears.

    You do make a better season 2 I hope.

    My anticipation for season 2 died with Lee...

  • Oh come people, ya just whining, so what if it was predictable? they did the scenes well it brought out your emotions and brought a ending to the game season, and the did it well. I can think of a few games when the game ended and I was like "Seriously.. that is it?" But not this one.. the did it right. So way to go TT!

  • @Mofakin said: Rofl. Just digging out that old thread to perfectly proof I was absolutely correct with my asumption. In fact, it exactly happened like I predicted it. Clem has to shoot Lee and crys rivers of tears...:D

    Congratulations... that was obvious from the start.

  • but you dont actually see lee getting shot tbh,

  • @Sirei said: Yeah ep 5 too short and the TE did exactly predict what would happen. It's sad cause i took on the walking after being disappointed by me3 lame ending and that there no choices were avaiable yet again. Here we have the same dilemma but I think that maybe i just have to stop buying these games. Sad but true.

    I'm glad they didn't try and give us a bunch of different endings. This game isn't about your choices just making mechanical differences in how things turn out, its about how Lee treats the other characters, how he chooses to interact with them and protect clementine. Its about what kind of person Lee becomes and what he is willing to do.

    The ending to episode 5 was the most beautiful and powerful story telling I have ever seen in the game, I actually cried.

    You missed the entire point of this game if you are just sitting here crying that its too short or that it didn't branch off in a bunch of different directions depending on your choices.

    IMO Telltale delivered what they set out to do with this game, in spades. It was incredibly well done, episode 5 was the best of the series.

  • Buahahaha. It amuses me to see how all the devoted fans try to defend their jewel, which wasn't attacked in the first place. Dumb kids theese days, base anything on mocking other people, but don't even have a clue when they get mocked.

    Look, I really enjoyed the game. It was a nice diversion from the high quality products I'm used to, like Skyrim, Rome - Total War, X3 and tons of other games ranging back to 1989. It had a nice approach from the beginning, and was something new. But unfortunately the product/idea wasn't very accomplished. In fact the game attracted me because it was new, not that it stood for high quality gaming that I'm used too.

    The game had nothing in depth, free choice or longitivity whatsoever, but I did appreciate the whole story, just as I do with the TV series. I'm just kind of disappointed they had to kill Lee and that the game was tailored to my ass, if tailored at all. It was nothing but a linear interactive TV show with comic graphics and a strong touch to emotion.

    Unfortunately the last emotion I felt was when figuring out the game doesn't deliver what it promised in the end of episode 3 and when episode 4 started. I hope thoose guys learn from their failures...and next time I want to have more and better entertainment for the 35€ I've spended on this premature egamulation.

    And I said it...Clem shoots Lee and cries river of tears...exactly in detail what happened...:D

    @Gman5852

    Don't you think it's easy for me to see other threads you've posted in? You knowed a shit from the beginning. You're just a troll. The funny thing is, how lame must your life be, if you're a troll in this forums...:D

  • @Mofakin said: Buahahaha. It amuses me to see how all the devoted fans try to defend their jewel, which wasn't attacked in the first place. Dumb kids theese days, base anything on mocking other people, but don't even have a clue when they get mocked.

    Look, I really enjoyed the game. It was a nice diversion from the high quality products I'm used to, like Skyrim, Rome - Total War, X3 and tons of other games ranging back to 1989. It had a nice approach from the beginning, and was something new. But unfortunately the product/idea wasn't very accomplished. In fact the game attracted me because it was new, not that it stood for high quality gaming that I'm used too.

    The game had nothing in depth, free choice or longitivity whatsoever, but I did appreciate the whole story, just as I do with the TV series. I'm just kind of disappointed they had to kill Lee and that the game was tailored to my ass, if tailored at all. It was nothing but a linear interactive TV show with comic graphics and a strong touch to emotion.

    Unfortunately the last emotion I felt was when figuring out the game doesn't deliver what it promised in the end of episode 3 and when episode 4 started. I hope thoose guys learn from their failures...and next time I want to have more and better entertainment for the 35€ I've spended on this premature egamulation.

    And I said it...Clem shoots Lee and cries river of tears...exactly in detail what happened...:D

    @Gman5852

    Don't you think it's easy for me to see other threads you've posted in? You knowed a shit from the beginning. You're just a troll. The funny thing is, how lame must your life be, if you're a troll in this forums...:D


    The story was excellent, and it without a doubt had a lot of debth. My biggest qualms with the game were technical issues, which there was plenty of, but I firmly believe the story deserves the praise its gotten.

    I was never a massive telltale fanboy, this is the first telltale game I've ever even played. I had quite liked the walking dead so far, but not into "zomg fanboy" territory like you've accused me of. the ending truly affected me, it was extremely well done.

    Being predictable does not make it bad. This was never a open world game where your choices totally change outcomes, and to have expected it to be was foolish. They change the kind of person your character becomes, and how the other characters view you.

    This is a game about characters, not outcomes, which is true to what "The walking dead" is supposed to be.

    I'm sure if you reply you will just again start again with the ad-hominem attacks though, so I'm done with this thread.

  • @Mofakin said:
    @Gman5852

    Don't you think it's easy for me to see other threads you've posted in? You knowed a shit from the beginning. You're just a troll. The funny thing is, how lame must your life be, if you're a troll in this forums...:D

    1. Does it matter if you can see my previous posts?
    2. I'm the troll? Aren't you the one throwing insults the moment you can't think of an argument?
    3. My life would be pathetic if I was a troll. Good thing I'm not.

  • Mofakin, consider this a warning - don't insult other forumites like that. It's uncalled for. Let's keep it civil, yeah?

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