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Comment on The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 5: No Going Back article:
incometrader
Sep 17, 2014

@CroGamer Not me, had enough of playing a kid - prefer a 17-18yr old Clementine bad ass expert zombie killer


Comment on The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 5: No Going Back article:
CroGamer CroGamer
Sep 16, 2014

I think that they will just go with another character, not Clementine. I hope Lilly.


Comment on The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 5: No Going Back article:
atyinbox
Sep 16, 2014

This happens to TV series time and time again. They have a fantastic plot-plan for the first season, with an end-game in mind all along, and it works perfectly. When they get “renewed” for another season, they start improvising with the elements that remained, and it usually fails. If you take the first and last episode of this season, they don’t have anything in common. This season was just a continuous improvisation, a pointless moving forward, recycling the same ideas of the first one.


Comment on The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 5: No Going Back article:
incometrader
Sep 15, 2014

Between the flashback that only reinforces how bad the first few episodes were and the last half hour, this is easily the best episode.

My only problem is with such a wide range of endings, season 3 is going to be difficult to start. Most likely they’ll pick one ending upsetting most people in the process, not a good place to begin but it is what it is.


Comment on The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 5: No Going Back article:
Miranna
Sep 15, 2014

I agree with the review, I personnaly thought it was a good episode for a very mediocre season (when compared to the first season, which was phenomenal)

I don’t want to spoil anything, but the death of a particular character really felt like it came out of nowhere.

Overall, I’d give the second season a 6/10. I hope the third season is way better and gets more creative, because it’s getting a bit…stall, and the writing is too average (again, when compared to the first season)


Comment on The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 5: No Going Back article:
CroGamer CroGamer
Sep 15, 2014

I really can’t agree with this review. I think that this was the best episode in the series, and I didn’t find the relationship forced at all. To me, it’s an easy 5/5.


Comment on Gamescom 2014 round-up - Part 1 article:
diego diego
Sep 14, 2014

Anyone else feels that the current 1st persons (not only The Talos Principle and Wander, but generally) are too much of, I don’t know… transcendental? It seems like a trend - I’m not saying Myst-clones weren’t abstract in the past, but it wasn’t exactly that you would meet a floating monitor in the middle of a desert for no apparent reason.


Comment on Gamescom 2014 round-up - Part 1 article:
Jackal Jackal
Sep 13, 2014

Yeah, we corrected that already, but thanks for the heads-up.


Comment on Future looking bright for Desolate on Kickstarter news:
Wooloomooloo
Sep 13, 2014

The art certainly looks nice, but the concept sounds like the very definition of “anvilicious”. The moment I “must” make amends in a game is the moment I lose interest - games must let me play in a fully satisfactory manner as a complete and utter bastard if I want to, otherwise it’s not really a choice but being shoehorned into someone else’s parable, and I don’t do parables. You can’t “tell” someone that this or that is a bad choice - they have to arrive at that conclusion on their own…


Comment on Gamescom 2014 round-up - Part 1 article:
linuxadventurer linuxadventurer
Sep 13, 2014

Er didn’t Her Majesty’s SPIFFING kickstarter fail to meet it’s goal? The one I backed failed, or did they relaunch it?


Comment on Draugen teaser video:
charmer
Sep 13, 2014

Nice, seems like a combination of Dear Esther, Call of Cthulhu, and Ether One.


Comment on Video interview: Ragnar Tørnquist and Dag Scheve article:
DrFrankenstein DrFrankenstein
Sep 12, 2014

The video segments in the interview are beautifully done - very cinematic and dramatic. I am thrilled and can’t wait to see the resultsl


Comment on Daedalic to team with Martin Ganteföhr on new adventure news:
fov fov
Sep 11, 2014

Yay!! So glad this is happening.


Comment on The Journey Down: Chapter Two article:
drgeert
Sep 11, 2014

Agree with the review and basically all the reactions. Like pt 1, in terms of style and design it is totally up there with the classics again (I like it more than Broken Sword).

The most satisfying puzzles to me were the radio puzzle and the phone booth one. Those were very original and well integrated and they made me feel really smart.

A lot of hints are given by the things people say - I would personally find it nice if they were a bit more cryptic every now and then.

The game took me 5 hours, which happens to be the same as the time it took me to play Broken Age pt 1. But somehow I felt Broken Age was too much walking around and talking to characters and solving too few puzzles and to little story development, while The Journey Down feels dense, engaging, full of puzzles and alive.

I loved playing it!


Comment on Adrian Chmielarz - The Vanishing of Ethan Carter article:
ar1
Sep 10, 2014

This looks like it takes the parts I loved about Dear Esther (immersive story, gorgeous graphic/music/sound) and adds some much needed gameplay and interactivity. I love the chronology concept, and the supernatural detecting. The ability to take/use items, like a typical adventure game as well. If the game lives up to the promise of this gameplay clip, I bet this is one of the best adventure games of the year. Between this and Sherlock Holmes: Crime and Punishments, us adventure fans are getting some exciting treats indeed!!



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