Like many I first heard of Telltale during the build up to season one of the Walking Dead game. However, lost interest very early in season two, in fact I only ever played the first episode. For me the writing was on the wall at that time. The first episode felt both rushed and bloated and I could never bring myself to play past it.After the appalling quality of "games" they put out lately it was clearly going to happen.
This very likely had a huge material impact on their bottom line and seems to have disproportionately affected them over other franchises. A key component of this may have been Telltale's refusal to innovate or change their formula in any significant way.When you base games around stories that aren't actually changed in any drastic way but claim to be, they become a target for "I'll just watch it on Youtube" which translates to no sales.
That's what fan fiction is for! In fact, I wrote a small - if dark - finale to that can be read over on fanfiction.net some years ago.Poor Clem isn't going to get to finish her story
Unlikely. Those sort of deals are very much in the buyer beware category.So are they going to refund those who bought a "unfinished" game?
Yeah no problem. Just wanted to make sure that a lot of people saw this
Lol but we knew after the first season that the choices didn't matter .....but oddly that didn't matter. The story was amazing....sadly to me the writing got worse in season two every thing felt rushed and half finished to me. but I plan to follow Clem to the bitter end and hope some other company will pick it upAn interesting perspective. He makes some really good points here.