Picked it up in the steam sale, completed it yesterday (played 15 hours in less than 2 days :P), absolutely loved it.
I can just suggest everyone who's just remotely interested in this kind of game to get it in the steam autumn sale.
I don't really know how she will play out if we don't play as her, assuming she appears in the second game. Meh, I don't know. We'll see.
I've never cried so hard at a video game. That final scene with Clem and Lee is just horrible in such a good way.
It's just plain amazing, this game is just a brilliant piece of art.
Would love to play this all the way through, But every time a new cut scene or a QTE starts the game will freeze and skip all over the place. Which usually ends up with me dying or the cut scene being missed.
I Don't have any issues with any other games. And I have a pretty up to date PC and game library
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Even if you hate pewdiepie, its interesting watching him play this. He goes from his typical hyper, random, picking dialogue choices because they're funniest/entertaining to being totally absorbed, utterly protective of Clem, and has real trouble at times with his choices. Later on choices in other games he'd probably take and laugh at the outcome, in this he cant bring himself to take. And in the last scene, he COMPLETELY breaks down, full on sobbing, so much so that it looks like he dives off camera to do it.
I've seen him play To The Moon, which is a real tearjerker, and he didnt really go past welling up slightly. Its a testament to Telltales storytelling that I dont know many people where this game hasnt affected them similarly.
Anybody had an issue with the game saying something went wrong, and when you start it again, it's not in full screen, haven't saved your settings, and most importantly, doesn't show your saved games, even though I can find them all in my documents? It's extremely annoying, and the fixes I've seen works for very few people, and makes you install other programs, which I don't trust.
Belief can become reality!
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Belief can become reality!
Just finished it today (after buying it a long time ago, damn slacking).
What a piece of art, absolutely amazing. Even though I loved Heavy Rain, this game just smashes it in the 'emotional' department (and I love Heavy Rain).
I'm a bit worried though, I'm not sure if I want a sequel. The ending is just perfect, really really hope they manage to keep up the high level.
At first I was wondering what the song's name was aswell, it was beautifull when I first heard it after completing the game. I listened it all trough the ending credits, and suprisingly got an extra scene with Clem walking on the countryside. I've found the songs name on the Walking Dead wiki.
Yes, this music was fundamental and it fit super well with my ending, or anyone else's I believe. Very beautiful song.
I also got that ending with Clem walking on the countryside. She sit on some branch tree and saw two people on the horizon, I'm assuming it's Christa and Omid.
I would hope it's Christa and Omid, I don't want absolutely everyone gone in season 2
@Maj that song was played a few times before the final ending :3
Season 2 discussion.
I highly doubt Clem will be the main character in season 2 she may have a playable role but even that is stretching it, it's taboo to depict children dying or killing in games which is why you didn't actually see Duck get bit like other characters along with this you didn't see Duck be put out.