A video analysis on the illusion of choice presented over each season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead along with some more general thoughts on each season. Some useful notes below.
Game Footage from Myself and:
– A lot of the footage in this is upscaled 720p, I recorded a lot of this footage years ago, so I mostly reached out to others for extra footage, but had to use mine for certain choices and segments.
– My season 2 segment got a bit out of hand with extra bits recorded in post as goodness, I have a lot of issues with season 2. This said if you enjoy it, more power to you, we’re free to disagree, just try and be civil if you’re going to, hell, be civil if you’re going to agree with me.
– I consider The New Frontier an improvement over Season 2 generally
– I tried to pick interesting camera angles to present with my information but obviously have to mix it with footage that backs up what I’m saying. luckily later seasons saved me the bother as my word the cinematography (would that even be the term?) is dull for a lot of S2 and New Frontier.
– Yes, I haven’t played Episode 2 of Final season, I probably will at some point.
– I don’t cover it in this video, at least not in great detail, but my sympathies are with the former Telltale staff and I wish them only the best, I didn’t know until recently that the Telltale tool was a stodgy nightmare to work with and was labouring under a false assumption otherwise.
– Yes, I am aware there’s no small irony in a video about storytelling in a videogame being uploaded after that Ardnut video.
– Remember how around the time of S2 all the discourse was Kenny versus Jane? Regardless of the fact they’re both terrible.
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