And re-playing Season One plus S02EP1 again would not heal my wounds, only make them worse IMO. But that is exactly what I feel like doing right now; start over again and experience the feelings when everything was still okay. But like I said, that'd only dig up old feelings again and make it worse.
What will you guys do to bridge time until A House Divided arrives? Except playing TWAU when it comes.
In season 1 I kept my depression to myself, I never broke down in tears or anything but I felt dead inside. My days were filled with wonder as I tried to figure out what should I do now? I had never had a game that had that much effect on my before, I really think it has changed me. The 'death' of Kenny upset me, when walking with my dog I would discuss my experience with her. After a couple of days my thoughts turned to the possibility that Kenny was alive and eventually that flourished into belief. I had many theories on who the people on the hill were, I missed Lee, I hoped and prayed Clementine would be ok and after a while I turned my attention to season 2 and hoped for the better.
The aftermath of season 2? Being absolutely pissed and raging inside my head late at night in bed (no sleep) and raging in posts about it. Season 2 has drained me, not from emotions, not this time, but of anger.
Huh, had no idea, well I guess that dog is a die hard Kenny fan to, with a hat to boot.
You know, one of the reasons why I am a bit pissed of the first episode of season 2 is because... Of the dog part. You know, I'm a big dog lover and I have lots of dogs. Unfortnately, I had some other dogs and they all died. One died because it was killed by somebody, two died because of old age, three disappeared and were never found again and one died because he was sick. I thought it was horrible with the death dog from episode 4 and the dead puppy from 400 Days but Telltale is really pushing it with the dog from All That Remains. I'm a bit depressed because of this. And right now, my dog got into a fight with some other dogs and he hurt his leg and it was bleeding.
I have a dog, too. I also have a brother. The scene in which Lee chops his brother to pieces didn't scar me. It made me think of how much I love my brother, but it didn't scar me. The scene where Lee died didn't scar me, even though I have a convict dad. It, again, made me love him all the more.