Originally Posted by moonkid
"This game series adapts to the choices you make. The story is tailored by how you play."
This is the message that greets the player at the beginning of every episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead game. But is it true?
After finishing the final episode last night, I resisted the call of the pillow and had a bit of a dig around some spoiler-heavy threads on the game’s official forum. Like me, most people had really enjoyed the experience, but there was one recurring negative response. In essence:
“The decisions I make don’t actually change anything! Everything’s the same at the end! Telltale are liars!”
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Well if people actually knew what "tailor made" meant, they wouldn't be complaining.
Tailor made does NOT mean changing things wildly, never did, never will. If you have a shirt tailor-made for you, it means the sleeves are shorter or longer to match you. It doesn't have a 3rd sleeve for you. Same for this game, it's tailor-made for you, characters will think differently about you based on your actions, it WON'T change the story for you.
How hard is it for people to figure this out?