Originally Posted by Teylen
I told Christina and Omid that they should take care of Clementine.
On multiple occasions, actually on every occasion offered.
I also made sure that they got across the roof together (as I figured that just one would be left) and told them to go, look after Clem and move her to the countryside (which I also reinforced to Christina).
Afterwards I told Clem that she should regroup with Christina and Omid and that those two are looking for her.
Uhm, and just in the end Clem is wandering around totally alone? oO;
Did I miss something / did I do something wrong?
You don't quite get about the ending, .. just the ending, seriously?
@"plaqueconspiracy" already mentioned in my thread. But I'll try to expand it.
First, they make Ben talk like "I'll be with you, I'll be helpful when you need me" kinda quote which made us think as he'd do something major in a situation which desperately needs help.
Then they came by with a "who goes upstairs, who goes for furnitures or who goes for guns" sequence. - which erased two seconds later.
Then they killed both important characters at the same time, instantly. Ben was expected besides he was meant to be lost by the fourth episode. But Kenny? For those who already dropped Ben back in Episode 4, how could they know Kenny would forgive him if the kid only had a chance to talk for himself?
You talked to Omid&Christa at least two times about the fate of Clementine, and I'm sure %99 of us wanted them to take care of the child.(instead of someone who is a total stranger). But then, what happened and the game decided to not accomplish the only thing he wished for?
Then suddenly Lee decided(!) to mention Christa as she was carrying for two!
Then we see Clem on a cliff in spite of Lee strongly adviced her to go to ferry to find Omid&Christa...
The more I'm thinking the whole picture, the more I'm convincing that something went wrong with the gaming process. I'm afraid they had a richer and better structure with many variations at first which ended up with a shortened product for some reason.