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Do you want Intro music at the start of each episode in season 2?

posted by Crixus on - last edited - Viewed by 436 users
Something Like the way the show has opening credits?
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  • Sure. I like to think of WD as an interactive tv show more than a video game series anyway, so having its own special intro would only add to to the fun.
  • maybe if they did have opening credits they could change details or have slightly different visual themes for each episode like some of the special fringe episodes, like this 80's special http://youtu.be/MXirR1jFgck or here is 6 opening credits all at once http://youtu.be/rFikm2uVM5I
  • thestalkinghead;773011 said:
    maybe if they did have opening credits they could change details or have slightly different visual themes for each episode like some of the special fringe episodes, like this 80's special http://youtu.be/MXirR1jFgck or here is 6 opening credits all at once http://youtu.be/rFikm2uVM5I
    Yeah thats a good idea
  • It depends on the type of music. Soft, instrumental, maybe. If some guy is singing at the top of his lungs while nothing is happening at all(like the intro to episode 2) it would really kill the immersion.
  • Mornai;773550 said:
    It depends on the type of music. Soft, instrumental, maybe. If some guy is singing at the top of his lungs while nothing is happening at all(like the intro to episode 2) it would really kill the immersion.
    That scared the hell out of me the first time I heard it. I had my tv on full blast
  • Mark$man;773579 said:
    That scared the hell out of me the first time I heard it. I had my tv on full blast
    Eh? I was talking about the very first few seconds, where it shows a calm forest before panning to Lee killing the walker. Or are you saying that walker scared you? :confused:
  • when you cut off Ben Parker's leg, and he starts screaming bloody murder, and then suddenly it sounds like the CSI opening while the walking dead title pops up, starting the actual game.
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    Jake Telltale Alumni
    We almost had opening credits for Season One! I started something rough, and we were also considering doing something based off of the Kanemoto trailer, but both ran out of time, and also felt like the way it opens without a title sequence was cleaner and just got you to the point.
  • Mmm... interesting. I don't know if I can ask, but are you guys yet set on like a path season 2 is going to go? If not, are you far into that process? With that conference, any discussion as to the plot or suggestions from audience/fan sort of thing? I heard about this somewhere, how Telltale was interested in hearing the thoughts of the players. Just wondering!
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