In the beginning of the game we're told that silence is a viable option. However, did any of you find an instance in which silence was the preferable option? I mean even once?
It seems to me that remaining silent during the timed decision conversations only to serves to piss people off or diminish Lee's decisiveness.
At best, remaining silent only presented little easter eggs, Duckpocalypse comes to mind.
Anyway, I'm asking because obviously I haven't tried silence at every opportunity. Was there ever a time when it was strategically or emotionally beneficial not to talk, or was this game mechanic just thrown in to add pressure to the decisions we make by punishing us if we can't make up our minds?