User Avatar Image

-SPOILERS- How many times have you played through, and do you still get emotional?

posted by gmmoney12 on - last edited - Viewed by 258 users

So I don't know about you guys, but I'm gonna admit, I am a hardcore fan of TWD, and I had to have played through at least 11 times... (no lies:p) I just finished the game for probably the 11th time tonight, and I still get a little choked up at the end of episode 5 where dear ol' Lee passes on to a better place... So, how many times have YOU guys played through, and do you still get a little sad at the end if you have played through numerous times? (LIKE ME!!! :D)

16 Comments - Linear Discussion: Classic Style
  • @Yertos said: Hundreds of times. I like to play though as many different ways as possible. I remember long after EP5 came out and I must have been on my tenth or so playthough and I still would hear new dialogue, mostly from Kenny though.

    kenny always has something funny to say ;)

  • I have played through the entire game 3 times already and going on my fourth time. I'm in episode 3 :D And I used to always watch LP videos of TWD on youtube and I always get emotional when the person cries.

  • No, not anymore. Granted, I've played at least 10 times...

  • I don't play it anymore, but I must've played through a good 5-6 times at least. I get more depressed than outright emotional, but it still kind of sucks. Like when you're pushing Clem on the swing in Episode 2, you can see Duck sitting on a stump in the background, with Kenny standing next to him with a hand on his shoulder. I always think Duck is going to die in a week. I just can't help but get a little depressed. I also get sad at the train scenes with Duck, Lee's bite, and Kenny's "death". But nothing is as bad as The Marsh House and everything after. I can hardly bring myself to play after Lee just strides through the herd because it's so sad after his Crowning Moment of Badass.

  • I've played enough to experience most of the dialogue choices. It was only after my second playthrough that I stopped getting emotional.

  • I played twice, with my second play-through focusing on siding with Kenny. Since it was only twice i still got emotional, but i have only played episode 5 once. It was too soon to go through that again...

    Unfortunately(or fortunately) my saves got erased, so when Season 2 comes out I'm going to play through the first season again. :)

  • I'm on my second playthrough right now, but I've seen multiple Lets Plays and watched enough friends and family play it (as I couldn't just not suggest the game to them - it was too good!) that I pretty much know all of the dialogue options and outcomes. I've only ever played episode 5 once - and only watched one full Lets Play of that episode (seen bits and pieces of others.)

    Even still, having memorized 90% of the game, I still feel a lot of things when I play. I'm not the type to cry at games, books, or movies, and I never have - though I nearly did playing this one - but often I find myself talking to the game when I play, usually in the more 'urgent' situations or when I'm speaking in-game to Clementine.

    The end of episode 5 will always get me, though, I think. Clementine was animated so wonderfully; I don't think it will ever lose its emotional impact for me.

  • I've done 5 play-throughs now. Losing Carley and Doug gets harder every time. Losing Mark becomes darkly funny, in a redshirt kind of way. Omid gets funnier with every play-through. The ending always makes me cry. Every fucking time.

  • @aerial-ballet said: I've done 5 play-throughs now. Losing Carley and Doug gets harder every time. Losing Mark becomes darkly funny, in a redshirt kind of way. Omid gets funnier with every play-through. The ending always makes me cry. Every fucking time.

    same here, same here......:(

  • There is a very good reason I played Episode 5 just once.

Add Comment