I guess Telltale can't go any lower. Batman S1 was an uneven-yet-solid game, but despite its ending it doesn't really need S2.
Also, if this is the game that Job teased as 'for the core audience', then boy, he's mistaken.
At this point I'd rather have Thrones 2, but I'm worried it'll be written by ANF finale writer.
I don't have Minecraft, Guardians and I probably won't get Batman S2. With their current writing team, I don't think I'll get anything from them. I think Telltale's time is over. (it may sound dramatic, but I've recently finished Until Dawn and I simply see that there are developers who are a lot better than TT when it comes to story-driven games)
I still hold out some hope for Telltale, but honestly? Yeah, it's not looking great. Really looking forward to SuperMassive's next game though. I hope at some point Sony frees them completely from making gimcky VR games and just lets them make more interactive story type games like Until Dawn and the upcoming Hidden Agendas
Joker's design is fucking horrible. He looks like a fucking fedora wearing neckbeard who just dyed his skin white. Look at that tasteless vest goddamn. The Joker is supposed to have some style, some grace in the madness. Not to mention, now, instead of having the big goofy grin that was kinda fun to look at, they just shrunk his mouth, making him EXTREMELY unpleasant to look at. HORRIBLE design.
Riddler looks shitty too. Like a discount version of the guy from Arrow, which is fucking impressive, considering how discount the CW is anyways.
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