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In episode 1 I found it way too easy to keep doing the morally right things to do and still feel satisfied about it.
I didn't take from the car, and nobody died of starvation because food became too scarce. Sure we had to ration (which at the time thought was because of my choice) but it didn't make me regret.
I didn't kill any of the cannibal brothers, and none came back to kill someone from my group later.
In the end it was not that difficult to remain the Good Samaritan.
But I want the game to make me feel terribly remorseful for thinking that in this world I could still be this Good Samaritan.
I want to pay a very expensive price for not getting my hands dirty, and be forced to reconsider my "nice guy" ways. It would make me ponder every tough choice MUCH more carefully.
In season 1 when someone good (Shane, Doug/Carley) died because of my choices, it was because I was trying to save another, and it seemed quite obvious I couldn't save both, so I never felt that guilty after all. I want this guilt, I want the real moral pressure of being part of a group of survivors, I want cruel dilemmas and feel the consequences in my heart and soul.
The perspective of more story branching in s2 plus the high probability of joining at some point a much larger group (Tavia's?) than the group from s1 lets me hope that we'll have more easily "disposable" characters whose death could occur way too prematurely directly and indisputably because of player's choices, because we refused to kill someone or steal from others for the greater good of our group.
Am I the only one ?
Who's with me ?