Ok folks, so apparently there has been another leak and some of the choices from episode 4 are now online. Don't Look Back made a thread here for them, so if any of ya'll wanna conversate about the spoilers you go to that thread and do it there, same deal as last time. This thread is spoiler free until release day.
"I cannot be caged. I cannot be controlled. Realize this as you die, ever pathetic, ever fools!"
Aside from the Gabe/Clem shit and the period stuff, it's probably the only passable episode of this season. The end scene in particular was quite well done, and there was finally some conflict between the characters.
Last Edit: Apr 24, 2017 18:25:32 GMT by jake frost
The episode seems to be around 80 to 85 minutes long
Oh, this is perfect! I finally have enough time to put my kids to bed, cuddle up with the wife, play the newest Telltale episode, have a good night's sleep and talk about the episode with my coworkers by the water cooler the next day! /s
I wanna get back to the gym tomorrow, but instead I have to waste my time playing this episode.
What a world. If 2013 beginning of season 2 me could see that written statement he wouldn't even be able to comprehend it.
Me neither. I would drop whatever I was doing, get up at like 6 AM to download, not touch this site until completion, and then talk about it for a week straight. Cannot believe how far we have gone down.
Favorite games of all time
1: Bioshock Infinite, (along with Clash in the Clouds and Burial at Sea) Walking Dead (along with season 2)
The flashback in the beginning was refreshing. Seeing the kids having fun at the arcade, everyone going about their business, everyone just living a normal life. At the batting cages, I crushed the first ball, but then I purposely missed the next two, for David.
I did like that scene in Dr. Lingard's room with Clem. Gave her and Javi a chance to bond a little more. And that flashback with Ava was nice too. Knowing that she still did what she could to help Clem, even after being kicked out, that made me trust her even more. I especially liked it when Clem talked about Lee again. Never forget.
That little fuckin' asshole Gabe. I have very little trust in him after he ratted me out for what I did to Conrad and now Tripp hates my guts. Not only that, but Eleanor goes and rats me out, too, about our plan to take down Joan, all because somebody just couldn't keep their big mouth shut. Even though he did apologize later on, I'm still very mad that kid.
That stunt at the town square... everything had gone to hell so fast. Really wish that Jesus had stuck. His kung-fu badassness would've really been helpful. And Kate... Oh, Goddammit, not Kate. Just like that, just like Mari, she just... You wanna know the worse part? The last time we spoke was not left on a happy note. First Marianna, now Kate. David is really gonna lose it now. Whatever happens in the finale of A new Frontier, the only thing that I care about is finding AJ and make sure he and Clementine still live to tell the tale. That's my one goal.
- I had time for a fan and made his day. Gotta keep them happy. * I promised David I'd help Kate. Even though the apocalypse was coming soon, I did it for David and to help ease his mind. - I talked David out of being reenlisted. I didn't want him giving up on being with his family. - I told Tripp to follow his heart. In the end, its all anyone can do when it comes to love. - I told Clementine that she was growing up. God, that was such an awkward conversation to have with her. Who would've thought she'd actually reach that point in her life. * I assisted in Lingard's suicide. I did it for Clem and to know where AJ is. Now that we do and knowing he's still alive, that makes me feel better. - My plan was to rally the citizens of Richmond. Thought that the more people who knew what Joan ordered Badger and the others to do, they'd be against her. * I didn't share feelings with Kate. It sucked to leave her upset, but with David around, I just couldn't do that to him. * I tried to save Tripp. I didn't know that Joan was gonna execute whoever I chose. That fucking bitch. Sorry, Eleanor... * I shot Joan. I wanted to trust Clint, I really did, but as long as Joan was around, I just couldn't risk it.