I liked the end sequence to episode 2 the best. The dark atmosphere, breaking out of your holdings, fighting and killing the brothers, the epicness of it all and the energy it brought with it- just awesome. That, and episode 2 on a whole made me glad I bought a season pass and listened to the word of mouth.
Worst moments so far are the times you have to fight. The geniuses at TTG forgot that most console players use controllers, not a mouse! A zombie is attacking, of course I'm fighting back, but first I have to line up a part of the cross with this small thing on a zombie here before I can hit a button to kill it- all very tedious with a controller!
Then the escape from the barn, I have crazy hillbillies eating people over here and I come across 3 weapons. Although Kenny is about as useful as a summer breeze in the situation, you would think you'd at least give him a weapon right? Noooo! Well if Kenny doesn't take one, how about you take another weapon, or hell all three? That way if you lose one you got a back up. Nooooooooo! Who the hell wants to do that when going up against cannibals with guns in a ZA? I tell you who, someone with an f'ing brain!
And finally, finding out that our choices don't matter. I tried 5 times to save Carley before I gave up. To some people having a great story without choice is acceptable, but to me it is one of the worst moments because now i know I have no reason whatsoever to play this game again ever. I bought this game not only because your choices mattered, but because of the inherent replay value it offered. I was looking forward to teaming up with Doug, trying to win Lilly's dad over, saving Shawn, not cutting off the teachers leg, shooting better so duck isn't bit, and talking to Katjaa about guns while keeping what Kenny did in the barn secret so she won't kill herself and live. Now I know there's no point because the same thing will happen to them, and nothing different will happen to Lee or his crew other than what is set in stone. This is the worst of the worst moments.
"People are angry that you mislead them about your product? Who woulda thunk it?"
"You can argue all you want, but you'll never convince me that Earth is flat and that 2+2 = 5."
Last edited by EternallyBored; 09/06/2012 at 06:19 am.