christophlieber wrote: »
this is THE main reason why i get so angry at ttg and scee. it's not my fault that a live in europe. i wouldn't even think of living in north america with ignorant people like you. no offense.
dankirk wrote: »
Sam and I were both joking.... I heard the game is out there now. Enjoy!
Zargus wrote: »
Even though you where joking it will just aggravate people and make them more angry. Myself personally I was a bit offended by it.
big-augen wrote: »
For episode 3 being finally online? Oh boy...
JonGarrett wrote: »
I must admit to being hugely disappointed. I love the Walking Dead, so this was my first time dealing with TellTale Games, but the demo was good enough that I felt buying the season pass was a sound plan. I figured an episode a month wasn't too long to wait...and if all went well I could grab Sam and Max and Tales of Monkey Island (I loved the originals) and the Wallace and Gromit game (for my kids).
Between not sticking to any kind of reasonable update schedule, a distinct lack of communications and the piss poor response with Europe...yeah. I won't be buying further TellTale products. If I have any problems I know full well customer support will be non-existent. Which is a shame. I like those three franchises.
Maybe I can buy them second hand or something...at least then if it all goes to hell I won't have paid retail.
Still, I find the lack of communication frustrating. I don't want my money back. If needs must, I wouldn't even mind them switching my stuff over to the X-box or Steam, since I'm fortunate enough to have both, and don't object to playing again...although of course there is no chance of that. I just want to play the game. My lodger, who was wise enough to decide that the X-Box version was a safer bet has already played it (and warned me I probably don't want to bother, but such is life) and it's frustrating that just because I bought it on PSN I have to wait two, three, four weeks extra...
I mean, it's late enough already!
I don't know if it's Sony's fault or TellTale's, although I find it difficult to believe that TellTale would submit it late to SCEE, knowing how big a stink it raised for Episode 2. Then again, other companies manage multiple platform releases, so...
Question - was Episode 1 delayed on the EU PSN? And if it wasn't, what can be the possible reason for the delays to two and three? It would be nice of TellTale to explain, but that's not likely to happen...and why I won't be buying three of there released games or any of there future titles.
imafuckinzombie wrote: »
fuck guys im so stupid...
i couldnt wait to play episode 3, but im in europe so my great idea earlier today was this
i bought a us psn card from ebay and they sent me the code by email
i went to the psn store with a fake us account, used the code to get 10dollars in it, downloaded the game, installed it .
but can't play it...and in information (when u press triangle) it says "prohibited copy)
fuck this shit, i wasted 10$ and i still wont play the game ?
I B Red Guy wrote: »
see you all back here for the next episodes delay?
dee23 wrote: »
If you create a US playstation account you can get the episodes as quick as the Americans do and the games will be cheaper for you to buy. I got sick and tired of waiting for EU PSN to update the store so I bought the season pass from the US PSN store and was able to play episode 3 before it was released in the UK. If you do it that way the season pass cost you £12 instead of £16. It plays smoothly without any problems aswell. When episode 4 and 5 come out I can play those episodes before people start loading the game forums and web pages with spoilers, pictures and videos.
Mafiacub wrote: »
Glad the game is finally out, but having completed it I'ma bit pissed off to find that all this extra time (in QA supposedly) did not get rid of.
1)Randomly appearing and disappearing characters
2)On the 4th act, talking to clementine and then randomly going under the ground and the game just continuously showing me the ground and trees moving
3)guitar through the leg
4)people standing when they should be sitting
5)4 different glitches that required restarts.
Good episode, lots of decisions to be made... but by far the most poorly coded one I've played. if this was my first one, I'd have not bothered with a season pass because it's so amateur.
ryannumber1gamer wrote: »
I got a glitch. I am at the part in episode 3 where you kill the zombie in the car with the animal crackers and i went to give them to Duck & Kat and Duck disappeared. Kat is holding on to an invisible Duck so it looks like she's holding air.
VDViking wrote: »
And here we go again. TTG's Head of Publishing has told IGN "We are currently committed to Tuesday December 4th, 2012 at retail on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in North America for the first season of The Walking Dead: The Game including all five episodes. European and other territories for retail release to be confirmed."
So fellow Europeans, don't count on getting the retail version for Christmas this year.
Pizzi116 wrote: »
Hey folks! Here we are again!
cormoran wrote: »
Wow, judging from what I saw of EU PSN from that link if I ever move to Europe I'm going to be looking to microsoft for my gaming console of choice. They really need to get their act together.
KatVonLee wrote: »
You would think they would at least say sorry to us for this cock up every single month or even sort it out and get it right!!
At least Sony is giving us updates for once but telltale can kiss mine, my partners and anyone we can tell future buisness goodbye. I dont care if they come out with the next big hit or something amazing! I will never buy their games again. Heck So many games came out in the last month that deserve my money and attention then this -_- I only play it once when the new episodes come out because i damn well paid for it. But neither have they shown me respect as a customer for me to buy anymore games and nor is the game that great that i will buy a new installement or play it through again.