The Walking Dead: The Game:

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626 Mukora13th Jan 2013 09:15:36 PM from a place , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Uniocular
Well, for one thing, I'm pretty sure she would know it was in there to begin with, since songs have to be licensed to be used.
IOU one title
Well, yeah, but I want to know what her reaction was. Her Twitter account has updated since May.
628 T448Eight15th Jan 2013 04:36:04 PM from In Your Living Room
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Well this sucks. I just got the game and for some reason I have to start all over from episode 1 even though I've gotten to episode 4.
[up] That's a very common glitch, read the telltale support forums for how to fix it, you probably don't need to restart, it's just reading the wrong save file. For some reason the gaming press were silent despite it being a very common unfixed bug.
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630 T448Eight15th Jan 2013 07:44:29 PM from In Your Living Room
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Thanks! Here's my thoughts on all the episodes of the game (Haven't finished 5).

Ep 1- It was okay.

Ep 2- It was great. One of the creepiest chapters besides 4.

Ep 3- The best in the game.

Ep 4- Creepy, but was a bi of a let down after 3 and 2. Still fun.

edited 15th Jan '13 7:56:23 PM by T448Eight

631 Mukora16th Jan 2013 11:26:19 AM from a place , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Uniocular
Well, if we're rating episodes.

  • 1: A really good setup. Great at hooking the player in.
  • 2: Similarly good as setup for the actual themes of the series (You can't save everyone) and I greatly enjoyed the mystery, even if it was incredibly obvious.
  • 3: The first episode to actually make me cry. Really good, even if it was kind of the beginning of the harder railroading (Not that I really care about that, but eh.)
  • 4: The best episode, in my opinion, really long, with a lot of good character moments, and an actual sense of fear.
  • 5: Fantasticly beautiful ending. Just thinking about it makes me want to go cry in the corner again...
632 T448Eight16th Jan 2013 03:08:08 PM from In Your Living Room
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The one thing I instantly hate about ep 2: Mark. Its not really explained where he came from, he's very boring, and they killed him too early.
633 fillerdude17th Jan 2013 04:20:00 AM , Relationship Status: Maxing my social links
[up] At least his legs were delicious.
634 Mukora17th Jan 2013 11:31:09 AM from a place , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Uniocular
Well, all of that is justified by the fact that they kill him no more than half an hour into the episode.
635 T448Eight17th Jan 2013 03:23:19 PM from In Your Living Room
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The way he crawled down the stairs before dieing was kinda funny in a dark way, too.
636 LDragon217th Jan 2013 04:48:52 PM from Pandora , Relationship Status: Longing for my OTP
ZOMG TEH REI!!!!
Just beat the game.

Man, that final scene was a triple whammy of The Land Before Time, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and Metal Gear Solid 3. I'm sad now. sad

Proud fanboy of anime/video games/scifi. Oh and of Rei Ayanami XD
637 Spirit17th Jan 2013 05:58:08 PM from America , Relationship Status: Hooked on a feeling
Pretty flower
Yeah that tends to happen.
There are none so blind as those who will not see.
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639 Mukora22nd Jan 2013 05:24:43 AM from a place , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Uniocular
... There's no irony there.
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641 gingerale11th Feb 2013 02:07:08 PM from Finland , Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Gentleman Adventurer
What's the worst that could happen anyways?
[up][up] Eh, they don't have the license for the show, Activision does. And it can't be both connected to the comic and the show at once, they are two different stories with the same characters.
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643 T448Eight15th Feb 2013 09:37:53 AM from In Your Living Room
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I like to pretend the zombies were spread by gas at first, which seems spreading more realistic then just "bite, tear, and not get shot".

Zombies aren't supposed to be realistic, anyhow.

I also wish their were zombie animals, not abundant, but like a dog or something.
644 Mukora15th Feb 2013 11:22:08 AM from a place , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Uniocular
D.Robert Kirkman has specifically said there will never be zombie animals in The Walking Dead.

And I imagine the disease would have to have been spread by gas, or water, since everyone is infected. Either that or magic.
645 gingerale15th Feb 2013 11:32:21 AM from Finland , Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Gentleman Adventurer
Bleh, magic zombies always either brings necromancy or religion. Neither makes a good canditate for the source here.
What's the worst that could happen anyways?
646 Mukora15th Feb 2013 11:40:34 AM from a place , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Uniocular
Yeah, I wouldn't like it either.

So, something I never noticed being confirmed or denied: Do long-buried and dead people come back? People in graves?
647 Spirit15th Feb 2013 12:39:00 PM from America , Relationship Status: Hooked on a feeling
Pretty flower
Well Walking Dead works under Romero "Everyone is infected" rules, so I'd assume so.

edited 15th Feb '13 12:39:39 PM by Spirit

There are none so blind as those who will not see.
648 DevilTakeMe15th Feb 2013 04:21:40 PM from Wild Wasteland
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The infection seems to operate only on those who are still biologically capable of reanimation. The boy in the Attic in the game whittled away to almost nothing and then was reanimated, but the man in the train did not reanimate (due to his head being smashed in during the crash). So it's more than plausible and likely that the infection only affects the recently dead, who still have some cellular activity going on after death.

edited 15th Feb '13 4:23:08 PM by DevilTakeMe

Even if people buried in graves came back, they're not gonna be busting out of a coffin and then digging up through six feet of earth.
650 gingerale16th Feb 2013 12:52:10 AM from Finland , Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Gentleman Adventurer
[up] Yeah, this is the way I understood it too. Everyone is infected, even the dead as long as they have a brain still intact enough. Makes me wonder though, would any corpses that were kept in a vacuum be uninfected?

Also coffins don't last all that long unless they're made of metal. So all there is in between is a lot of dirt, which still makes it impossible to get up, but no coffin for the most part. :B
What's the worst that could happen anyways?

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