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Which scene was unnecessary from all episodes?

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I think the most unnecessary scene was the zombie shooting upstairs(episode 5) of the mansion when it got invaded. I mean they could've just pulled the attic ladder down and quickly go up instead of wasting all those ammos >.<

What do you guys think?

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  • @tablechair said: I think it was. In one play though Kenny told me that I took care of Duck. All I had done was give him food (both times I believe). This was when I wasn't friends with Kenny but it was his reason to tag along to save Clemetine.

    This! On my second playthrough I tried to save Larry AND saved Ben, so I thought Kenny would not come with me... but he did because of me taking care of his family. I feel like those animal crackers were thrown into the game to give us kind-hearted souls the extra shove (;

  • The repeated clicking when you buried the attic kid. When Lee put the kid in the ground the scene should have immediately cut to the part with Clem and Christa, and then show Lee putting more dirt on the kid and then campan ect. The whole scene was slow, wasn't emotional for me and it made me not want to replay the ep again cause the scene was so slow paced

  • @gameaddictwn said: The repeated clicking when you buried the attic kid. When Lee put the kid in the ground the scene should have immediately cut to the part with Clem and Christa, and then show Lee putting more dirt on the kid and then campan ect. The whole scene was slow, wasn't emotional for me and it made me not want to replay the ep again cause the scene was so slow paced

    I agree. They mentioned in somewhere that originally that scene was even longer, involving even more clicks. They said they toned it down to less clicks but I still think it was needlessly depressing. However it does lead to one of the game's better jump scares..

  • Regarding the hallway shooting thing, i think the last thing they wanted to do was go in the attic. They knew there was only one entrance, and Lee states that they do not want to get trapped. Shooting the walkers until they have an opening to flee the mansion was a better plan than trapping themselves in a room with no way out(that they knew of).

    Maybe it's wishful thinking on my part, but i saw nothing wrong with that scene.

  • @Mornai said: Regarding the hallway shooting thing, i think the last thing they wanted to do was go in the attic. They knew there was only one entrance, and Lee states that they do not want to get trapped. Shooting the walkers until they have an opening to flee the mansion was a better plan than trapping themselves in a room with no way out(that they knew of).

    Maybe it's wishful thinking on my part, but i saw nothing wrong with that scene.

    I didnt say there was anything wrong with it, I just thought it was unnecessary to have us kill all of those walkers knowing we'll end up in the attic anyway ^^. But yeah, I know they never wanted to be trapped because they didnt want the Larry situation to happen again.

    @Mornai said: Pushing the dumpster out of the way in Episode 4, when you are in the alleyway. Could have jumped over it to save time and slowed the walkers down.

    I think they had to do this scene though, because he wouldnt have able to meet Vernon's group and find out what happened to Chuck :/

  • @Dildor said: I agree. They mentioned in somewhere that originally that scene was even longer, involving even more clicks. They said they toned it down to less clicks but I still think it was needlessly depressing. However it does lead to one of the game's better jump scares..

    Agreed

  • "Last night I heard your friend Doug laying in bed just naming types of pie."
    *suddenly, biscuits "Holy moly!" *nomnomnom
    "Lift with your back Shawn!"

    Completely unnecessary, but that doesn't mean useless.

  • @HiggsBoson2142 said: "Last night I heard your friend Doug laying in bed just naming types of pie."
    *suddenly, biscuits "Holy moly!" *nomnomnom
    "Lift with your back Shawn!"

    Completely unnecessary, but that doesn't mean useless.

    Haha, Doug was adorable ^-^

  • The entire Macon supply run in Episode 3, very pointless other than to set up Lilly's little quest for you.

  • @HiggsBoson2142 said: "Last night I heard your friend Doug laying in bed just naming types of pie."
    *suddenly, biscuits "Holy moly!" *nomnomnom
    "Lift with your back Shawn!"

    Completely unnecessary, but that doesn't mean useless.

    I actually liked Mark's line about Doug dreaming about pies,he also mentions that he thought that Carley was going to snatch his hand off when he accidentally reached for her food ration. I thought it nicely showed how both coped with starvation in their own unique way :D
    The camera panning back to show crumbs falling from Doug's mouth made me laugh.

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