Originally Posted by Desmodus87
I don't really agree.
There are a lot of game series that don't offer your old character in the new game. The Fallout series, I don't believe you're ever the same person from one game to the next? (Admittedly, I have much less experience with the first two than the last two.)
And to be honest, I wasn't attached to Lee right from the get go. He won me over during the second half of the first episode and on, but first starting out, he was interesting and all, but if he had died, it wouldn't have mattered. But me and my hubby both expected him to die pretty early on. We figured Lee or Clem one would be dying, and I didn't think TTG would actually want to kill a little girl. :P (Fictional or otherwise! lol)
I just think that because they have such a powerful way of storytelling that we will all grow to love the new cast and/or storyline. I don't think there will be any shortages of "Lee was better" or "We miss Clem" threads, but I think, for the most part, people will like the new season.
I don't know if you ever played the Resistance games but although Resistance 3 is my favourite out of the trilogy I would have much preferred to have played as Nathan Hale than Joseph Capelli. Changing the protagonist in sequels can work but there are times that it doesn't. Only time will tell what camp TWD season 2 will sit, hopefully it will be a success.