Do you make choices as yourself or your character?
Question about how you play TWD and choice-based video games in general. Do you make decisions based on how you imagine the characters would make them, or do you put yourself in their shoes?
Personally, I used to always try to act like me in video games, but I'd always just end up doing the good thing in every game (because I don't want to be mean) and it started to get really boring. But in Telltale's Game of Thrones, I started to make decisions I knew were hotheaded or stupid because I was assuming the role of a character and I thought it'd be more entertaining to see that.
I'm continuing this in TWD; I already have a pretty definite character for my Clementine, but with Javier it's fun trying different stuff and seeing how I want him to act.
So I'm wondering how you all play TWD specifically, but feel free to elaborate with other choice-based games. If you make your own versions of characters, I'd like to hear how they act and how you interpret them. I'm all caught up with TWD so let it rip with spoilers.