"As an answer to your second post: This was the first time i broke my principles, reloading and not regreting, but as it turned out it didnt change anything so i f.. up my own experience for nothing."
If you were still buying this whole 'choices matter!' nonsense, friend, you did kinda get what you deserved.
"My only complaint besides it being short was lack of closure. It should have shown Clem finding Christa and Omid at the train at the very least so it can sit a little easier."
Yup--it was a terrible blunder. You spend the rest of eternity chained to a radiator in order to spare Clem exactly nothing (you think she won't be horribly aware that you turned, chained to a radiator, forever?), and don't even get the catharsis of a reunion.
"The game wasn't about your choices making "mechanical" differences in the ending, and I'm glad they didn't. The choices weren't meant to literally change the outcomes, they have to do with how Lee deals with the other characters, how they deal with him, what Lee is willing to do, what kind of person becomes, and his bond with clementine."
Congratulations on the most meaningless post ever written. Nothing you do made any difference at all in the story--your choices simply didn't matter--but your claim is that your choices mattered. Swell. If you don't have any choices, then, no, they DON'T "have to do with how Lee deals with the other characters", because THEY ALWAYS DEAL WITH HIM THE SAME WAY.
How much is TTG paying you to post this kind of nonsense?