Originally Posted by Dave Grossman
I, for one, disagree - I think it kind of messes up the cliffhangers by removing the mental space between the episodes. (Sometimes you notice a similar effect when you watch a TV show designed to have commercial breaks after those breaks have been removed.) The season is designed serially, and should be played that way for maximum enjoyment. In fact, I personally think that the folks who wait until the run is over to play the whole season at once (and some people will) are going to miss out on a cool part of the experience, that being the conversation that goes on in the intervening weeks between episodes.
Just my opinion, mind you.
I've never taken part in the "conversation" in the intervening weeks with the other series, and I've enjoyed them plenty. Not to mention that it sounds like TMI will be a much tighter experience (more like a full-size game in five parts), moreso than the previous Telltale series.
I just think it would be cool to have it move from one episode straight into the next, just cutting out the opening and closing credits (except for at the beginning and end, naturally).