• I am thoroughly satisfied with Javier.

    He's cool, he's got a decent story that I'd like to see play out. I especially like the twist ending and the unrequited sexual tension he has with Kate. He's basically like Luke 2.0, in a way.

    Clementine was cool and all, but I wish that we'd get to play more as her in the future.

    What I don't like about this season, though, is the pacing and dialogue. The pacing is about two notches from mach-5; it's not like Season 1 or 2's campiness. The dialogue also feels clunky and choppy, and everyone talks to Javier and Clem like they're good friends and all even though they've all only known each other for like 2 days. I can tolerate this, though, and hope that it gets better in the other episodes now that everything that needed to be established has been established.

    What especially hate was Kenny and Jane's deaths. But mostly Jane's. They were just too abrupt. Kenny's death was infuriating, but more or less okay. Jane's death was just purely retarded and sounds like something straight outta fanfiction. I saw this from a mile away, though, so I'm not too angry at Telltale for it, but still...

    So far I'd say that Season 3 is more or less on equal part to Season 2, just a little bit worse. I expect it to at least exceed Season 2 later on, though.

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    • I was very furious with Kenny/Jane/Edith's deaths too, "story is tailored by how you play" my ass.

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    • Wwefan2 wrote: I was very furious with Kenny/Jane/Edith's deaths too, "story is tailored by how you play" my ass.

      I agree, it was really unnecessary.

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    • I hated there death, they could at least have Kenny/Jane/Edith appear in flashback for every episode (because it seem Clem might have one in every episode) and in the final episode/final flashback then killed them. The flashback are like 5 minutes long so 4 different, 5 minute long scenes for 5 different episodes. (Kenny/Jane/Edith/Alone).

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    • MrAndy wrote:
      I am thoroughly satisfied with Javier.

      He's cool, he's got a decent story that I'd like to see play out. I especially like the twist ending and the unrequited sexual tension he has with Kate. He's basically like Luke 2.0, in a way.

      Clementine was cool and all, but I wish that we'd get to play more as her in the future.

      What I don't like about this season, though, is the pacing and dialogue. The pacing is about two notches from mach-5; it's not like Season 1 or 2's campiness. The dialogue also feels clunky and choppy, and everyone talks to Javier and Clem like they're good friends and all even though they've all only known each other for like 2 days. I can tolerate this, though, and hope that it gets better in the other episodes now that everything that needed to be established has been established.

      What especially hate was Kenny and Jane's deaths. But mostly Jane's. They were just too abrupt. Kenny's death was infuriating, but more or less okay. Jane's death was just purely retarded and sounds like something straight outta fanfiction. I saw this from a mile away, though, so I'm not too angry at Telltale for it, but still...

      So far I'd say that Season 3 is more or less on equal part to Season 2, just a little bit worse. I expect it to at least exceed Season 2 later on, though.

      Kenny's death was basically the dumbest thing ever. Clem crashes for no reason at all. Then 3 zombies attack, and he feels the need to pull a heroic sacrifice when they could easily be killed in a simple quicktime event. I love the concept (he basically endures the same thing that Ben Paul did, and dies in a heroic way) but it was executed horribly. If it was an entire horde of zombies it would be awesome, but it was just cheap and sloppy. Kenny's beard also looked like it was made in MS paint (who needs to spend time on a new model for a character only in five seconds of the game LOL). As for Jane's death, it was very much fanfic, and made silly by how Clem happens to step on the pregnancy test (it does have a good message about wearing protection though). Edith's death made the most sense (she was only a minor character anyways) and of course a safe zone would eventually encounter a villainous community. Good thing I chose to stay at Wellington I guess...

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    • It would've been better if whoever you went with in Season 2 finale was with Clem when she encountered Javier. They didn't spend two years working on the game for nothing.

      I also hate how they write Randy and his family out of the story if you chose to invite them in.

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    • Wwefan2 wrote:
      I was very furious with Kenny/Jane/Edith's deaths too, "story is tailored by how you play" my ass.

      Edith's death? I don't believe I saw that in my playthroughs (I only had a Kenny and Jane save). What happened?

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    • MrAndy wrote:

      Wwefan2 wrote:
      I was very furious with Kenny/Jane/Edith's deaths too, "story is tailored by how you play" my ass.

      Edith's death? I don't believe I saw that in my playthroughs (I only had a Kenny and Jane save). What happened?

      Wellington got attacked by an unknown group and Edith got shot while trying to escape.

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    • I think ALL these characters deaths are absolutely retarded. Honestly, I will not accept the deaths of Kenny, Jane, and Edith. All they do is RUSH their deaths so the story can focus more on Javier's development.

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    • The best choice after all in season 2 was to end up alone with Aj

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    • I would have prefered not knowing than the bullshit they gave us with Kenny and jeez the character models were fucked up. It has potential, but this Season will have to improve an awful bit to be even comparable to the other two. I find Tripp's lack of emotion after losing what Alexandria is to Rick to be bullshit. Javier is nice, Conrad was a good character, i need more of Paul to give an opinion about him, but it seems they nailed him good. 

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    • DipsonDP wrote: jeez the character models were fucked up.

      I agree, both Kenny and Jane look like life sized action figures.

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    • Telltale knew it would be difficult to open Season 3 on the back of the many endings of season 2... so why have all the endings? Why not have fewer endings which can be really flushed out over the first episode instead of this?! People who really like Kenny are forced to watch as he killed off to fill a plothole.

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    • Kate is fine and all, but if i was Javier i would choose Clem over Kate, i hope we get to choose witch of the girls that Javier will start a relationship with!

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    • A big problem is when there a choices between Clementine or Javier's family. Everyone will pick side/help Clementine. But that's a problem because realistic Javier will help his family. It would be like Rick helping someone he know for only a few days over Carl or Judith. 

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    • Tesshu wrote:
      Kate is fine and all, but if i was Javier i would choose Clem over Kate, i hope we get to choose witch of the girls that Javier will start a relationship with!

      Woah, now, people might dogpile on you for that.

      But yes, that would be a nice thing.

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    • I really love the season so far!

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    • Story was good, characters are good, graphics are great but seeing season 1/2 characters in these graphics was sorta weird tbh.. I can only imagine seeing Lee and a few other in these graphics. Kenny looks pretty cool but Jane.. Meh..

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    • I hope Kenny is alive because i choose to go to wellington, i had the feeling that it was the wrong choice to go with Kenny, we would pay the price with Kenny dying while Jane's fate fits her perfectly she was allways a coward and by taking her own life she died like coward.

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    • Just because of that i will change my S2 ending and start S3 again, to be in Wellington and make Kenny's fate unknown.

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    • Telltale did the worst thing it could by giving Kenny/Jane/Edith such cheap and nonsensical fates, making none of the choices matter whatsoever. All just for the sake of focusing on a new main character whom we never can even learn to appreciate because the episodes are *way* too short, despit Telltales promise of the game being bigger than both it's predecessors combined, and the pacing is, as OP said, way too fast. This pacing would have only been excusable if the storyline was an actual continuation of S2, with the characters that were all established. But as it stands, S3 is very bad and I honestly regret making the purchase.

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    • Season 3 to me has a pretty strong start. Javier's a great character so far and really does have an interesting dynamic with his family. I don't have much to say on either episodes but I do have something to say about Clementine. I'm not familiar with the other endings but god fucking damnit, I was hoping Kenny would survive. I genuinely wanted to see Ken in present day but if they were going to kill him off anyway, at least have a meaningful death. The one we got was just... what the fuck. It was literally Telltale saying fuck you to anyone who liked Kenny. But other than that gripe, it's really strong so far.

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    • DraculaCronqvist wrote:
      Telltale did the worst thing it could by giving Kenny/Jane/Edith such cheap and nonsensical fates, making none of the choices matter whatsoever. All just for the sake of focusing on a new main character whom we never can even learn to appreciate because the episodes are *way* too short, despit Telltales promise of the game being bigger than both it's predecessors combined, and the pacing is, as OP said, way too fast. This pacing would have only been excusable if the storyline was an actual continuation of S2, with the characters that were all established. But as it stands, S3 is very bad and I honestly regret making the purchase.

      Hopefully the pacing will slow down in the next episodes, hoepfully the episodes will be longer.

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    • I finished both episodes and from my point of view the story is interesting. I do like Javier but obviously I'd rather play my baby Clem ( who is no longer a baby at this point of the game ). The graphics are by far way better then the last season, wich is good. But It's not surprise for me : technologie evolve.

      I have a problem with this season though : it's far too short ! I was so excited to get the two episodes and it went to fast. I remembered that season 1 was much longer and season 2 a bit more longer.

      As for Jane's death ( yes I chose her because I couldn't let Kenny kill her without doin' nothing. I did like her of course but I liked Kenny a least as much. ) I was suprised because she is a strong woman. She wouldn't just give up like that. It was too rushed.

      But still I can undertsand why these episodes are that short ! I had read that there were going to be more long that season 1. So why did I finished part 1&2 that fast. Come on Telltale you promised us and you had 2 years to make the game...! Maybe the following episode will be longer ( crossing fingers )

      Last thing to say : I hope my AJ is alive 'cause I swear Clementine would do anything to protect him, but again : it's a tough world...

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    • In each beginning of a season someone has to die in the games: the police officer in S1, Omid S2 and Jane, Edith or Kenny in S3, i just hope that in S3 we will be able to make people survive the game events mainly: Clem, JAvier and Alvin jr!

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    • I ended S2 with Clem by herself, with AJ, and killing Kenny with him killing Jane. I kinda do have some likeness for Kenny, Jane I fricking hate, but Kenny is a bro. He was Lee's brother from another mother.

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    • Wwefan2 wrote:

      MrAndy wrote:

      Wwefan2 wrote:
      I was very furious with Kenny/Jane/Edith's deaths too, "story is tailored by how you play" my ass.
      Edith's death? I don't believe I saw that in my playthroughs (I only had a Kenny and Jane save). What happened?
      Wellington got attacked by an unknown group and Edith got shot while trying to escape.

      The unknown group is actually the New Frontier. The black guy who shot Edith is seen with the New Frontier at the front gate of Prescott. Javier kills him.

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    • Wwefan2 wrote:
      I was very furious with Kenny/Jane/Edith's deaths too, "story is tailored by how you play" my ass.

      The choices you make in the game will affect what kind of person Clementine will become. The people you end up with at the end of Season 2 will most likely be the people Clementine will look up to in the future.

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    • Comparing these two first episodes to the first two episodes of the previous seasons, I can say that Season 3 had the strongest first episode, but the weakest second one. I personally preferred the snail pace the first season had, and how Lee could walk around the surrounding area and have meaningful discussions with those around him, making or breaking relationships. So far in Season 3, those moments are few and far in between, which was one of the biggest issues I had with Season 2.

      Another thing I've found wierd is that most characters seem to trust Javier almost instantly after meeting him. Clementine has a "Jane" complex right now and even she warmed up to Javier quickly (hopefully it's explained why later). But with Tripp, you almost have no backstory, he has almost no motivations for helping you (maybe he's just a good guy), and he seems to hold no grudge against you, and asks no questions if you killed Conrad (hopefully this occurs later).

      I'm also in a wierd position in which Clementine is my "subconscious" main priority, even sometimes before Gabe. Even though Javier would logically put his family first, especially since he's known Clementine for basically two days, I still find myself putting Clementine first due to my experience as her "guardian" for the past two seasons.

      About Kenny's/Jane's/Edith's deaths, I wish they included at least two fleshed out flashbacks that detail what happened after the ending of Season Two and the build up to their deaths, and then the flashback that made Clementine end up alone. It would make it seem so much less "out of the blue" and more like a natural occurrence. The deaths themselves I have no problem with, since The Walking Dead almost builds itself upon pointless deaths that coud've been easily avoided otherwise. I also found that the deaths brought out each of their true characters, and I found it interesting that Jane (who would have you beleive she is more mentally capable then Kenny) is just as emotionally unstable as Kenny and everyone else, she just hides it better. Kenny was definitely was morally flawed individual, but his selfless nature appeared for the final time when he sent Clementine away with AJ after the car accident.

      So all in all, I enjoyed the new engine, I thought the episodes were very well acted, and I enjoyed the larger "scope" of the Season so far. But I hope they either make the new episodes longer in length, or more filled with the character development that made the previous seasons so great. I'm theorizing that Javier might be building a community, with Tripp as his right hand man, similar to how Abraham was to Rick in the comics. That's why people are trusting him so easily, and maybe his decisions will have a MUCH larger impact the community surrounding him then previous protagonists. At least, I think that's where Telltale is going with this.

      I guess we'll have to wait to find out.

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    • I wish Telltale would make their gaming decisions as impacting as they are in the Mass Effect series.

      I mean Mass Effect was a free roaming game and Telltale makes their games based entirely on decisions, and the decision makings aren't even that very good, Mass Effect did a lot better on decision impacts and it's not even a decision based game. Bioware should give Telltale some tips.

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    • I was expecting Kenny/Jane/Edith's death ever since before Season 3. I mean come on, it's TellTale; probably one of the most laziest companies ever. Everyone knows how they hate determinant characters...

      • cough* DOUG, CARLEY, BEN, NICK, ALVIN, KENNY, JANE *cough*

      I really knew that their deaths were going to be the new Omid and Christa with them dying so damn early. I was very disappointed, I had alot more hope for Wellington, Howe's, etc.. I know you might call me out for editing S3 pages even though I don't like the game, but I feel like it's my duty to help the best I can here. I bet they're gonna kill Eleanor in Episode 5 and then save Tripp for Season 4 but kill him in S4E1. Because TellTale.

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    • What if they don't do S4? I admire your optimism, but maybe they just end TWD Game with S3 and maybe one last DLC and that's it.

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    • I like all of S3 except for the poorly handled deaths of Kenny and Jane. Edith's makes sorta sense because she's basically insignificant story wise, and Jane's I can kind of see even though it was very odd, but (and this may just be me being a Kenny fanboy) Kenny's death is the worst. They took a beloved character from the very first episode and killed him immediately, pointlessly, and lazily. Hell they didn't even take time to make him look good, his model is just ugly and weird. I thought seeing him on the new engine would be cool but he was more detailed in S2, hell even S1 than he was now. Idk it just upset me. The only pro from this is that it did however kinda justify my arguements in the Great Kenny v. Jane War of 2014, about how Kenny would die for Clem and AJ whereas Jane would abandon them if she needed to which was basially accurate, but that's all water under the bridge at this point. TellTale, I love ya, but you need to be able to create different paths instead of reconnecting branching stories by making major choices inconcequential. All in all Kenny deserved better.

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    • Gbsim52 wrote:
      I like all of S3 except for the poorly handled deaths of Kenny and Jane. Edith's makes sorta sense because she's basically insignificant story wise, and Jane's I can kind of see even though it was very odd, but (and this may just be me being a Kenny fanboy) Kenny's death is the worst. They took a beloved character from the very first episode and killed him immediately, pointlessly, and lazily. Hell they didn't even take time to make him look good, his model is just ugly and weird. I thought seeing him on the new engine would be cool but he was more detailed in S2, hell even S1 than he was now. Idk it just upset me. The only pro from this is that it did however kinda justify my arguements in the Great Kenny v. Jane War of 2014, about how Kenny would die for Clem and AJ whereas Jane would abandon them if she needed to which was basially accurate, but that's all water under the bridge at this point. TellTale, I love ya, but you need to be able to create different paths instead of reconnecting branching stories by making major choices inconcequential. All in all Kenny deserved better.

      Kenny isn't like a sexy model, he's old af XD

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    • Twdg Randall 66 wrote:
      A big problem is when there a choices between Clementine or Javier's family. Everyone will pick side/help Clementine. But that's a problem because realistic Javier will help his family. It would be like Rick helping someone he know for only a few days over Carl or Judith. 

      I did find that very funny, realistically Javier would choose his family but we've played TWD for so many years no one cares about anyone but Clem. Making choices centered around her was kinda dumb because no one is going to go against her. The ultimate troll would be that if you side with Clem all season which they know we will and then she betrays us. It'd be out of character but sneaky and something TellTale would do, they've pulled off similar stunts. 

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    • So far so good! S3 is looking great and i think the other 3 episodes will last hours and we will have to make tought decisions.

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    • Tesshu wrote: So far so good! S3 is looking great and i think the other 3 episodes will last hours and we will have to make tought decisions.

      Is that sarcasm?

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    • Nope i really liked the first episodes of S3 so far! I think in the other two episodes we will play as Clementine!

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    • Tesshu wrote: Nope i really liked the first episodes of S3 so far! I think in the other two episodes we will play as Clementine!

      So you like how Kenny, Jane and Edith died? Liked how Wellington predictable got attacked and destroyed?

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    • No, i hated Kenny's death and i didn't get bothered by Janes's death, to be honest i am not even surprised, she was allways a coward and her suicide fits her perfectly i am glad i allowed Kenny to kill that psycho also in my story Clem went to wellington so Kenny didn't died in a car crash.

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    • Tesshu wrote: No, i hated Kenny's death and i didn't get bothered by Janes's death, to be honest i am not even surprised, she was allways a coward and her suicide fits her perfectly i am glad i allowed Kenny to kill that psycho also in my story Clem went to wellington so Kenny didn't died in a car crash.

      True, but Wellington got attacked and destroyed, something that I very much predicted.

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    • Yeah, I felt that each of their deaths represent who they truly are inside. Jane would be easily considered the most "rational" out of the two, but in truth, she was just as emotionally unstable as Kenny. She clearly cares about Clem, but Kenny was literally correct in pointing out that Jane would abandon Clem if the going gets rough. Not that I blame her, especially after seeing what Rebecca went through. Jane is also correct about Kenny in seeing how emotionally unstable he is however. But the difference between Kenny and Jane, is that Kenny only functions when he has a purpose besides surviving, Jane functions when she doesn't. Jane is ultimately best on her own, while Kenny succeeds with people to protect. That's why Kenny died protecting Clem, while Jane died when she confronted a problem that will take more than herself to solve. I just wish Season 3 builded up their deaths a bit more if they HAD to kill them off.

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    • Like maybe they could've included a flashback of you, Kenny and AJ laughing by a campfire, and perhaps neglecting the truck when it needed fixing, perhaps because they were enjoying themselves. Then the next flashback could've been the car accident due to the truck not being fixed.

      For Jane, they could've done the same thing, and maybe then Jane starts getting visibly nervous when the topic of pregnancy comes up from Clem. She could perhaps mention that if she had to go through the same thing Rebecca did, she couldn't bring herself to do it, or something like that. Then the next flashback could be her suicide.

      It would just help for them to have a bit more character development before they perish. It would do wonders for the game.

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    • Or maybe if they revealed their deaths at the end of S3 via flashback, so each episode we get two flashbacks as to what happened with Clem and whoever she went with.

      So for Wellington, we could see what it was really like, we could also have grown to know Edith a bit better and maybe some other people from Wellington who could have been in S3.

      For Jane ending (with family), they could get to know the family better, bond with them, then they betray them by stealing half their supplies and making a run. (No family), Clem and Jane and AJ just get along and then the family shows up, maybe they kill Jane and Clem kills them; or you could have the option of killing the boy who could appear in S3.

      Kenny ending, Kenny and Clem and AJ survive together, then at the end of it, Kenny dies saving Clem and AJ from a hostile group, much like Lee.

      The only flashback that wasn't bullshit was Alone with AJ, literally nothing wrong with it.

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    • Dr Virus 129 wrote:
      Or maybe if they revealed their deaths at the end of S3 via flashback, so each episode we get two flashbacks as to what happened with Clem and whoever she went with.

      So for Wellington, we could see what it was really like, we could also have grown to know Edith a bit better and maybe some other people from Wellington who could have been in S3.

      For Jane ending (with family), they could get to know the family better, bond with them, then they betray them by stealing half their supplies and making a run. (No family), Clem and Jane and AJ just get along and then the family shows up, maybe they kill Jane and Clem kills them; or you could have the option of killing the boy who could appear in S3.

      Kenny ending, Kenny and Clem and AJ survive together, then at the end of it, Kenny dies saving Clem and AJ from a hostile group, much like Lee.

      The only flashback that wasn't bullshit was Alone with AJ, literally nothing wrong with it.

      This would have been far better! Nice

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    • Flrs3 wrote:

      Dr Virus 129 wrote:
      Or maybe if they revealed their deaths at the end of S3 via flashback, so each episode we get two flashbacks as to what happened with Clem and whoever she went with.

      So for Wellington, we could see what it was really like, we could also have grown to know Edith a bit better and maybe some other people from Wellington who could have been in S3.

      For Jane ending (with family), they could get to know the family better, bond with them, then they betray them by stealing half their supplies and making a run. (No family), Clem and Jane and AJ just get along and then the family shows up, maybe they kill Jane and Clem kills them; or you could have the option of killing the boy who could appear in S3.

      Kenny ending, Kenny and Clem and AJ survive together, then at the end of it, Kenny dies saving Clem and AJ from a hostile group, much like Lee.

      The only flashback that wasn't bullshit was Alone with AJ, literally nothing wrong with it.

      This would have been far better! Nice

      Just goes to show how lazy TellTale are, believe it or not I haven't passed my GCSEs and I could make far better flashbacks for S3.

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    • Tripp is the new Kenny.......

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    • I was more pissed off by Kenny's death tbh. It was just fucking stupid. Jane's at least made some sense. Perhaps I'm a bit biased seeing as I hate Jane and love Kenny.

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    • When I saw that Kenny died I was like, "What the fuck is going on?" We've been with the guy since season one, he's back in season two and given the terrible decision to choose between him and Jane. In my game, I chose to be with him in the end because I always liked Kenny.

      Now in the third season is given a rough death, now I know that persongens whose fate is determined, will die an hour or another. Honestly, I'd rather kill Kenny at the end of the second and give him a more moving end than that rough death he got.

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    • As for Jane's death, I thought it was bad too, but at least it made sense and was a little sad. She saw what Rebecca had gone, Luke was dead and she was not going to be able to raise a child in this world and chose to kill herself.

      Edith I thought that was going to happen, all the groups end up being attacked, but it would have been cool a greater development of the city, we only saw the entrance and the apartment of Edith, could have shown a little more.

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    • The thing is, I stayed with Kenny. I haven't bought Season 3 (and I'm not going to), but if I were to, I'd change my story to stay in Wellington because then Kenny has a better chance of survival, because Edith gave him a bag of supplies. After all, he can still be alive. Usually I don't think that unknown characters are alive, but Kenny is a hardened survivor and knows how to survive (I mean come one, look at the allyway scene).

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    • No one can Replace him, Kenny is Kenny that is the end of that.

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    • Tesshu wrote:
      No one can Replace him, Kenny is Kenny that is the end of that.

      I agree, Kenny, Nick, Clem, Luke and Carver were the only things that I liked about Season 2.

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    • To Kenny, Jane, Edith, the people of Wellingon, I say this:

      FALLEN BUT NOT FORGOTTEN.

      Oh screw it, I say this to every man, woman and EVEN child we have lost since S1. Yes, that means you Atlanta Cop.

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    • ZukeTheDuke wrote:
      Tesshu wrote:
      No one can Replace him, Kenny is Kenny that is the end of that.
      I agree, Kenny, Nick, Clem, Luke and Carver were the only things that I liked about Season 2.

      Poor Season 2. Gets so much hate. I quite liked it; not nearly as good as S1 but still good imo.

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    • Colourful Walker wrote:
      ZukeTheDuke wrote:
      Tesshu wrote:
      No one can Replace him, Kenny is Kenny that is the end of that.
      I agree, Kenny, Nick, Clem, Luke and Carver were the only things that I liked about Season 2.
      Poor Season 2. Gets so much hate. I quite liked it; not nearly as good as S1 but still good imo.

      Season 1 was perfect for me, Season 2 was okay, it were the dumb choices and unneccecary deaths that made it crap, and Season 3 is just... Trash.

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    • ZukeTheDuke wrote:
      Colourful Walker wrote:
      ZukeTheDuke wrote:
      Tesshu wrote:
      No one can Replace him, Kenny is Kenny that is the end of that.
      I agree, Kenny, Nick, Clem, Luke and Carver were the only things that I liked about Season 2.
      Poor Season 2. Gets so much hate. I quite liked it; not nearly as good as S1 but still good imo.
      Season 1 was perfect for me, Season 2 was okay, it were the dumb choices and unneccecary deaths that made it crap, and Season 3 is just... Trash.

      Dunno how I feel about S3 tbh. There's no "wow" factor in it, yet. Not really memorable. 

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    • Season 2 was great is just less greater than S1, S3 is looking decent so far. I think if you went to wellington, Kenny is alive somewhere  living in a cottage or a farm, whishing the best for Clem and Alvin jr!

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    • Tesshu wrote: Season 2 was great is just less greater than S1, S3 is looking decent so far. I think if you went to wellington, Kenny is alive somewhere  living in a cottage or a farm, whishing the best for Clem and Alvin jr!

      I like to think Kenny successfully made it to Florida and got a boat, since that was plan if you stayed with Kenny.

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    • S1 got 90 GOTY Awards, S2 didn't get much in terms of ratings; S3 has just come out, but so far the ratings are pretty varied.

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    • Dr Virus 129 wrote:
      S1 got 90 GOTY Awards, S2 didn't get much in terms of ratings; S3 has just come out, but so far the ratings are pretty varied.

      Best we can hope for Season 3 is a handful of awards.

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    • MrAndy wrote:

      Dr Virus 129 wrote:
      S1 got 90 GOTY Awards, S2 didn't get much in terms of ratings; S3 has just come out, but so far the ratings are pretty varied.

      Best we can hope for Season 3 is a handful of awards.

      I doubt it, what with Kenny's, Jane's and Edith's stupid-ass deaths in the first episode. First instalments of a series of games or movies are usually the best ones.

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    • According to wikipedia season 3 is so been "critically acclaimed". I so far have been mostly agreeing with the reviews.

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    • Teen Titans Forever! wrote: According to wikipedia season 3 is so been "critically acclaimed". I so far have been mostly agreeing with the reviews.

      Well TellTale do do great stories, that is factual. That is, of course, if you count Kenny's death. You know Kenny? The guy from S1 who was a pal with Lee and cared for Clem in S2 and they just fucking killed him like he was a fucking minor! DAMN YOU TELLTALE!

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    • Dr Virus 129 wrote:

      DAMN YOU TELLTALE!

      Telltale loves to piss off their fans.

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    • I was expecting them to died, because Determinant curse. Its just they had two and half year to make this. And its like they spent like a week with there deaths. The flashback's with Ava, they could have done four different version of that scene.  

      Its keeps Kenny, Jane, Edith around a little longer, plus see how Clem relationship grown with them. I had Wellington for my second play through. It also would be neat to see Edith grown as a character, considering she took in Clem and Aj. I would have loved to see Edith relationship with Clem.

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    • Twdg Randall 66 wrote: I was expecting them to died, because Determinant curse. Its just they had two and half year to make this. And its like they spent like a week with there deaths. The flashback's with Ava, they could have done four different version of that scene.  

      Its keeps Kenny, Jane, Edith around a little longer, plus see how Clem relationship grown with them. I had Wellington for my second play through. It also would be neat to see Edith grown as a character, considering she took in Clem and Aj. I would have loved to see Edith relationship with Clem.

      We all would loved it if TellTale hadn't been damn lazy and wrote a fulfilling story to finish of KEJ. (Kenny, Jane and Edith)

      Or maybe we all could create a story as to what happened with KEJ rather than the stupid deaths TT gave us.

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    • Dr Virus 129 wrote:

      We all would loved it if TellTale hadn't been damn lazy and wrote a fulfilling story to finish of KEJ. (Kenny, Jane and Edith)

      Or maybe we all could create a story as to what happened with KEJ rather than the stupid deaths TT gave us.

      IMO the deaths of Kenny and Jane made since for their character arc: Kenny died making Clem and AJ escaped (but it could've been done a lot better) and Jane's suicide to me worked as her ending because she would never want to bring another baby into the terrible world (and she knew Clem could make it on her own and protect AJ)

      One thing that didn't make since to me is that Jane's death was made to be more emotional that Kenny's death. I know some like one over the other but Kenny has been a main character since the beginning.

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    • Teen Titans Forever! wrote:

      Dr Virus 129 wrote:

      We all would loved it if TellTale hadn't been damn lazy and wrote a fulfilling story to finish of KEJ. (Kenny, Jane and Edith)

      Or maybe we all could create a story as to what happened with KEJ rather than the stupid deaths TT gave us.

      IMO the deaths of Kenny and Jane made since for their character arc: Kenny died making Clem and AJ escaped (but it could've been done a lot better) and Jane's suicide to me worked as her ending because she would never would want to bring another baby into the terrible world (and she knew Clem could make it on her own and protect AJ)

      One thing that didn't make since to me is that Jane's death was made to be more emotional that Kenny's death. I know siome like one over the other but Kenny been a main character since the beginning.

      That is exactly what I mean! Another thing doesn't make since to me, do you know what that is?

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    • What?

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    • Virus i am pissed off too, that Kenny died in the end of S2, in the ending where Clem not enter wellington but you have to understand that this was result/consequence of the player actions besides in the enter wellington ending Kenny might still be alive so don't lose your hopes up!

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    • Tesshu wrote: Virus i am pissed off too, that Kenny died in the end of S2, in the ending where Clem not enter wellington but you have to understand that this was result/consequence of the player actions besides in the enter wellington ending Kenny might still be alive so don't lose your hopes up!

      I am very aware that if you went to Wellington, Kenny may be alive.

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    • Teen Titans Forever! wrote: What?

      You mistyping sense for since.

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    • I know I may be the only one, but I'm kind of interested in what Javier's group have been doing the past 4 years.

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    • Wwefan2 wrote:
      I know I may be the only one, but I'm kind of interested in what Javier's group have been doing the past 4 years.

      I'm way more interested in what DAVID has been doing this whole time...

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    • A FANDOM user
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