IceBear wrote:Yes, forgot to mention the timed dialog but I like it as I think I've made a few less than optimal choices in my answers but for this type of game I like that.
Daehawk wrote:I bet it's nothing like the game I want or others will like.
Doomboy wrote:I've only finished the first episode, and while I am enjoying the game, I have to wonder why they did things the way they did.Spoiler:For instance, I saved Doug, because Carley had a gun and had one zombie grabbing at her ankle, Doug was being pulled out a window and was unarmed. Every other time that situation came up previously, she killed the zombie with expert marksmanship. In that particular moment, she failed. I don't think I like the either/or choices they have me make.
I think in that situation she should have been able to save herself. If this keeps happening, I am going to lose some enjoyment. I like having to make a split second decision, but it should have realistic results. I should be able to come up with a good reason to save one or the other, not just "she is hot, Doug is a dude".
Other than that, I think it does a very good job of capturing the feel of The Walking Dead.
Defiant wrote:Spoiler:I would imagine they both have useful skills. She's great at shooting stuff. He's good with technical stuff.
triggercut wrote:Daehawk wrote:I bet it's nothing like the game I want or others will like.
I bet the first two episodes aggregate an 85% score from Gamerankings review sites and become the biggest-selling game int he Telltale catalog.
Daehawk wrote:Oh god I cant change my movement controls!!
Daehawk wrote:That's a shame. Im playing a guy that tries to hel pand be nice to everyone. next play through Im doing the total ass who cares only for himself line.
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