How Do I Title This Thing?
If you killed Kenny…

…then the game should have included a post-credits scene with Kenny, featuring this song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYX4EcM1ARQ

One of you Kenny cosplayers needs to make a music video lip-syncing this song.XD

dangerousflair:

That eel can dodge! But seriously, why would anyone have an eel during a trial?

Is this your first Phoenix Wright game?O_O

dangerousflair:

That eel can dodge! But seriously, why would anyone have an eel during a trial?

Is this your first Phoenix Wright game?O_O

leefromthemoon:

syberiawinx:

leefromthemoon:

syberiawinx:

tflatte:

I’m going to guess this is an unpopular TWDG opinion, but

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Jane makes no attempt to explain herself, however. I could maybe understand having trouble outright saying the baby had died, but even when you repeatedly ask her what happened, she offers you no answers. She…

I’m sorry but you can not tell me that as soon Jane came back after the initial shock she that doesn’t have AJ and says “whatever happens just stay out of it” you mean to tell me NONE of you suspected she had something planned? The moment she said that I knew exactly what she was bout to do. Did it need to go that far no it didn’t but she didn’t push it that far Kenny did. Kenny is a really fucking good guy but he’s too out of control. At this fucking point in the zombie world all your trying to do is fucking survive. But at every turn practically since season 1 he practically fucked shit up. Jane might give of the loner persona but actually she was just lonely as fuck and that’s why she came back for Clem and trying to stick it out with her. She lied about nothing during that whole instant Kenny just judge her like some crazy person. I’m sorry but I rather survive with the person that wants to survive without unnecessarily killing people.

I didn’t realize she had anything planned, or else I would not have saved her.  Jane’s known for generally being rather calm and logical, so at the time, it made sense to assume she’d known the minute something happened to the baby that Kenny would be enraged, and she took advantage of their moment alone to warn Clem to stay back.

Jane is the one that STARTED it.  She even had plenty of chances to run away, well after she’d proved her point, and rather than take them, she kept going after Kenny.  I suspect Jane just didn’t like Kenny and had been soured on groups in general after losing Luke and the others, then being betrayed by most of those who remained.  Instead of just leaving, she decided she had to have Clem with her.  She initially suggested just leaving the baby with Kenny, even though she thinks he is dangerous and they easily could have driven off with it.  She then all but forces you to kill Kenny.  She got him killed, and she could have gotten both Clem and AJ killed as well.

She had no chances to convince Kenny. The moment he came back he was dead set on killing her. This game Is based on your choices you if you chose to push her away yea maybe she would’ve ran away. The moment she came back I lost any doubt she would run away again. The only reason was even close to thinking about running away was because she couldn’t be an a abusive and non-negotiable retaliation ship with Kenny.

No, she just shoves Clem down and goes for Kenny again. She didn’t even TRY to convince him. Everything I’ve said shows why she was in the wrong.
Why Jane was wrong

I have been having some lengthy discussions about the whole Kenny/Jane situation, and since they’re getting so long, I wanted to share one of my replies here.  The person I’d replied to basically said that Jane only did what she did because Clem refused to see how dangerous Kenny was and that his insistence that they head to Wellington could have gotten them all killed had it not been real.  

This was my reply:

That’s determinant.  I know I fully acknowledged Kenny’s dangerous state.  In fact, SHE was the one who told me I’d have to pull him back.  It also doesn’t change the fact that she caused it to end in his death.  She could have at least said the baby was still alive when he was moments away from stabbing her, but she didn’t.  She also had two separate chances to run, the second one well after she’d proved her point, as was when he was about to kill her with the knife.

In this situation, everyone has the potential to be dangerous.  At least with Kenny, you know where you stand.  When he reacted that way to the baby dying, were you surprised?  Probably not, because that’s how Kenny is.  What about when Mike and Bonnie responded to a disagreement with Kenny by sneaking out in the middle of the night and trying to steal the car he spent so long fixing and ALL the food, meds, and other supplies?  The worst dangers are the ones you don’t see coming, and to me, that’s what Jane is.  Any person might snap if they lose a loved one.  That doesn’t give her the right to purposely provoke that person to prove as much.  Would you snap if someone you loved died?  Should I fake the death of someone you love just to prove to others around you that you’d become a danger to yourself or them if that happened?  It’s just not right.

There’s a pretty fine line between losing your temper and getting into a violent fight with one person and suddenly taking a bunch of guns and taking out a bunch of people.  I don’t recall us ever seeing Kenny do anything other than yell at people during those more minor disagreements, save for his treatment of Arvo, which was motivated by the man’s role in nearly getting us all killed.

What if Wellington didn’t exist?  What if Carver’s camp had been completely overrun or still had angry survivors left who would kill them or take them prisoner again?  What if the trip to Texas ended up killing them, because they didn’t find what they needed?  No one HAD to go with him, but that doesn’t mean he needed to die or be stolen from.

Jane wasn’t so different than Kenny.  She viewed Clem as a replacement for her sister.  She was fine with leaving the baby with the man she deemed “dangerous”.  He very well may have been, but let’s face it, she just didn’t want to be around him.  She wanted to leave, but she didn’t want to leave without Clem.  She knowingly forced us into a situation that could only end with either her or Kenny dying, and she knew it.  

Jane could kill Clementine too.  She shoves Clem to the ground just as roughly as Kenny if you get between them and try to convince her to just run.  At this point, she has proven her point that Kenny is dangerous.  She could run, wait until things cool down, then return and make her case to Clem  She instead violently shoves Clem to the hard ground and goes at him again, not stopping even when she’s on the verge of killing him unless you intervene.

The point is, that anyone can snap and kill anyone else in this new world.  With Kenny, I’d at least see it coming.  If Clem hadn’t woken up when she did, the actions of Bonnie and Mike could have gotten her, Jane, Kenny, and the baby killed.  Even if there was no Kenny, what if Clem and Jane had calmly disagreed?  They very well might still have left like that.  Jane’s actions can get Kenny killed and could have gotten AJ killed—heck, come to think of it, they could just as easily have gotten Clem killed.  What if Kenny killed her, then what would happen to Clem?  Or what if Clem got killed when she interfered in their fight?  Her little tryst with Luke got Sarah killed and could have gotten someone else killed too.

No, people defend her because they like and/or relate to her, and they’re mad about her death because of how lame and illogical it was, as well as how pointless it made saving her in the first place.  She was also NOT a liability.

No, people defend her because they like and/or relate to her, and they’re mad about her death because of how lame and illogical it was, as well as how pointless it made saving her in the first place.  She was also NOT a liability.

leefromthemoon:

syberiawinx:

tflatte:

I’m going to guess this is an unpopular TWDG opinion, but

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Jane makes no attempt to explain herself, however. I could maybe understand having trouble outright saying the baby had died, but even when you repeatedly ask her what happened, she offers you no answers. She…

I’m sorry but you can not tell me that as soon Jane came back after the initial shock she that doesn’t have AJ and says “whatever happens just stay out of it” you mean to tell me NONE of you suspected she had something planned? The moment she said that I knew exactly what she was bout to do. Did it need to go that far no it didn’t but she didn’t push it that far Kenny did. Kenny is a really fucking good guy but he’s too out of control. At this fucking point in the zombie world all your trying to do is fucking survive. But at every turn practically since season 1 he practically fucked shit up. Jane might give of the loner persona but actually she was just lonely as fuck and that’s why she came back for Clem and trying to stick it out with her. She lied about nothing during that whole instant Kenny just judge her like some crazy person. I’m sorry but I rather survive with the person that wants to survive without unnecessarily killing people.

I didn’t realize she had anything planned, or else I would not have saved her.  Jane’s known for generally being rather calm and logical, so at the time, it made sense to assume she’d known the minute something happened to the baby that Kenny would be enraged, and she took advantage of their moment alone to warn Clem to stay back.

Jane is the one that STARTED it.  She even had plenty of chances to run away, well after she’d proved her point, and rather than take them, she kept going after Kenny.  I suspect Jane just didn’t like Kenny and had been soured on groups in general after losing Luke and the others, then being betrayed by most of those who remained.  Instead of just leaving, she decided she had to have Clem with her.  She initially suggested just leaving the baby with Kenny, even though she thinks he is dangerous and they easily could have driven off with it.  She then all but forces you to kill Kenny.  She got him killed, and she could have gotten both Clem and AJ killed as well.

gaminggirl01:

I just finished twdg2 episode 5. I’m so sad. I’m not ok. Help me. :D

Here:

If you choose to “Help Luke”…

rad-clementine:

0days-in:

rebeccaapologist:

syberiawinx:

…you never actually see him die.  He is still alive as he disappears into the watery darkness.

So…

Luke confirmed for my Season Three?

no he drowns and is undead

luke is dead dont kid yourself

You’re in the stage of DENIAL

Don’t worry, one day you’ll get out of it.

It may take a while, but everything is possible.

I suggest for the while you cry and eat and write fanfiction.

:)

That’s what everyone said when Kenny died in Season One.: P

tflatte:

I’m going to guess this is an unpopular TWDG opinion, but

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Jane makes no attempt to explain herself, however.  I could maybe understand having trouble outright saying the baby had died, but even when you repeatedly ask her what happened, she offers you no answers.  She was also mad at Kenny and had previously shown herself to be a loner quick to abandon those she thought of as liabilities.  Plus, on top of their earlier argument, you got to remember that Kenny has just been betrayed by three people, two of whom he at least slightly trusted.  They stole ALL their supplies and almost stole the car he worked so hard to get working, essentially leaving him, Jane, Clem and the baby to slowly die in cold blood.  They also shot Clem.  Jane knew all this and still provoked him.  She then flat-out lies to you about her intentions.

truthisinfiction:

Incredibly long, involved, Walking Dead Game Season 2 critique under the break.

THERE WILL BE TONS OF SPOILERS FOR BOTH SEASONS SO IF YOU HAVEN’T BEATEN THEM, BUGGER OFF!

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I hated most of Season Two, but some things I have to point out:

With Christa, they were essentially dooming themselves with the timeskip.  If she had appeared again, no choices could have effectively revolved around her, because we don’t have the same attachment or issues with her that Clem would have after two years.  To me, Christa wasn’t an interesting character during her short time on Season One, though I didn’t really dislike her or anything.

Sarah WAS aware of what was going on.  Her father just didn’t realize it.  My mom is the same way, and it’s something a lot of people with anxiety disorders have to deal with—people underestimating them and assuming they’re idiots.

I do think that some of the characters did have a certain amount a likability, and I know me and many others became fans of Nick and Sarah.  But then these characters never got real development and were cast aside like garbage, in favor of…what?

I otherwise agree with you.  Season Two was a mess of wasted potential and choices that didn’t matter.  Telltale essentially lied to us repeatedly, telling us our choices would matter MORE and even confirming that the Kenny/Luke choice would happen.  This episode COMPLETELY lacked emotion from me.  The previous episode was terrible too, but at the very least, I felt something both times Sarah was in danger of dying—I felt a desperate despire to save her.  I didn’t feel anything like that in Season Two, and so far, the only emotional moment I had was watching a Let’s Play where someone ended up at Wellington without Kenny.

I also wonder why we couldn’t shoot anyone during the standoff, especially since Clem gets shot regardless and those characters are never seen again.  And why can’t we shoot Jane?  We can shoot Kenny if we aren’t able to stop him from killing her.  Why don’t we get an option to shoot Jane after learning that she manipulated us into killing Kenny?

This entire season has been so illogical.>_<