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Winter is comming...

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As you might have noticed, the actions of the last episodes of the first season unfold in late autumn. In the comics Robert Kirkman, shows us how the cold affects the zombies, they freezing! In fact, winter is the safest period in the universe TWD, but there are new dangers: deadly cold and hunger. This opens up new opportunities for making the scenario and for the disclosure of the characters. Are you agree with me?

P.S. I hope that they doesn't skip the winter season, as AMC skip it in TV-series, that was pretty dumb (8 mounth later) c'mon you skip the winter only because you don't want to shoot series in cold weather. But the game it's different situation, thet can do anything. So, i hope that Telltale will not skip the winter like TV show.

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  • @crispy01 said: I think the reason they skipped Winter in the. AMC series because they started filming outside of winter, and couldn't afford to wait or to fake it due to budget cuts and time constraints. As for the games, I would like it to go into Winter at some point, especially as it was one of the many arguments used by Lilly and Kenny in S1 for leaving / staying at the motor inn.

    Why in the world would AMC's most popular show ever have budget cuts? :confused:

  • @staticfl said: Why in the world would AMC's most popular show ever have budget cuts? :confused:

    Higher profits I guess. I mean, people will watch it even with the budget cuts in season 2 and 3, so it means more profit for AMC. They're dicks like that.

  • I love winter scenery, and the situations we could get into regarding cold weather in the game could be very intriguing indeed.

  • @Mornai said: I love winter scenery, and the situations we could get into regarding cold weather in the game could be very intriguing indeed.

    For example: someone (maybe Clementine) got seriously sick, because of cold weather, and you must find medicine (antibiotics pills for example), or the patient will not live long.
    Or other situations.

  • Every puzzle will be solveable by a lighter

  • @Mornai said: I love winter scenery, and the situations we could get into regarding cold weather in the game could be very intriguing indeed.

    Plus, if the new PC was a bandit, a winter environment would be good reason as to why he'd wear a balaclava throughout most of the game. ;)

  • Winter is Coming. Stark Family, Thats the first thing I thought of when reading the subject.

    But yes, Winter would be sweet to see in TWD Game, new challenges, new experiences, new visuals. It would be all around a nice change up!

  • @J_Scheff said: Winter is Coming. Stark Family, Thats the first thing I thought of when reading the subject.

    I know, called the topic well, because I love the motto of the Stark Family :)

  • @gimmeseason2 said: We haven't considered the possibility of traveling to another state, maybe where the weather is a little bit harsher during winters.

    Right. That is a possibility for sure.

  • -Trying to cross the roads and black ice causes an accident.
    -Other groups will go dormant, and so run-ins with other groups will become rare.
    -Will call for greater protection from the cold wind, rain, and snow/hail. (Shelter)
    -Warmer clothing.
    -Secure place away from walkers.
    -Trying to cross waterways could prove fatal.
    -Walkers slow down.
    -Supplies must be reserved and extra-carefully rationed.
    -Fires must be monitored constantly.
    -Sickness/disease will run rampant throughout groups, killing off members or leaving them vulnerable.
    -Desperate times of infection.
    -New group members found while looking for supplies and shelter.

    Stuff like this I imagine would break the barrier.

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