... and I didn't even care. The mystery of the dairy farm, and the suspense was really well done, as well as the drama between characters.
With the show you really noticed the absence of zombies in some of the episodes, because I don't think the drama was always as well executed. --- Currently playing: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (PS3) Splintercell Conviction (360)
SpecSpiderman Posted 7/1/2012 2:46:23 PM
all stores of food had been given out and murder was everywhere upon the land. The world soon to be largely populated by men who would eat your children in front of your eyes and the cities themselves held by cores of blackened looters. --- http://i20.tinypic.com/2rrrz1d.gif http://i937. Denise Milani
pothocket Posted 7/1/2012 3:08:03 PM
Yes. Brilliant how they let the player experience what the world has become for themselves rather than showing or telling them (kinda important in an interactive medium lol).
This is why we skipped ahead 3 months, to give the Walking Dead Universe time to develop and evolve enough where things have gotten this bad and be able to tell a different story than, "oh no zombies are killing some of us while others live!" --- well I am not like your dad. I worked as a chef at TGIF-Mattson
darkhare Posted 7/1/2012 7:25:32 PM
i really like the way this games story is developing, alot of great moments in both episodes and i forsee many more great moments in the later episodes. i also found it refreshing that this episode focused on the human drama. --- The beatings will continue until morale improves
SalOmega Posted 7/2/2012 1:08:15 AM
I feel like if there had been more zombies in this episode it would have diminished the impact this part of the story was trying to relay. Starved for help was more about the dangers of other survivors and how they can be even more terrifying than the mindless horde beyond the gate.
All in all I really liked the flow of this episode and the flow of the game in general, I really hope we get more than one season of this game.:) --- "This is what happens when you spend too much time hugging things, Sire." -Gnarl