Remembering the choices and actions

edited November 2013 in The Wolf Among Us

I know that the time-gap between the episodes theme has been beaten to death. But I'll just add to the discussion that I feel that it's affecting the quality of the game. When I get around to play episode 2, I won't remember all the choices and actions I did in episode 1. The same thing happened when I played TWD. Just saying that I hope Telltele would tweak the release process for their games, giving the consumers a (in my opinion) better experience of the game. I guess I could put the game down and wait for all episodes to be released. But you all know how hard that is, knowing that the game is available and ready to play.

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  • My sister had the samme issue with the first season of the walking dead, to the point where she was cracking jokes at the ending. This time around she's waiting for all the episodes to release, which I think will definitely make it a better experience for her. I can't say I've had trouble remembering the choices myself though, I think it's because of how much time I spend looking through the forums, though.

  • Yeah, that was basically what I was going to suggest. If your primary concern is about fluid narrative experience then the solution is to simply wait until the entire season is released (much like waiting for a trade paperback instead of following a comic on a monthly basis).

    My sister had the samme issue with the first season of the walking dead, to the point where she was cracking jokes at the ending. Th

  • edited November 2013

    I completely agree with you! I don't remember half of the choices I made in episode 1.Also,when I played episode 1 I was really caught up in the story and in the atmosphere of the game.Now that so much time has passed,although I still love the game and can't wait to play next episode,it just doesn't feel the same and it's going to take some time to find that feeling again when I play episode 2.And I also thought about waiting until all episodes are released but as you said,it's very hard.But what I will try to do though,is to replay all episodes once they'll all be released or maybe just before the release of the last episode (so that I can keep some suspens for the end of the story).I know it won't be as if I played for the first time but at the time episode 5 is released, the memory of the first episodes will be distant and maybe blurred,so that will be enough to replay them all.

  • I was thinking about playing again to refresh my memory until I looked under extras-player's choice. So that will do just fine to remind me the most important choices I've made. I should be able to pick up right where I left off and remember most if not all the other choices as well.

  • The easiest way to remember is the Extras and how you ended each chapter, or posting how you played.

  • Or recording it,that's what I did anyways. I recorded two whole playthroughs,both with very distinct choices (i.E. aggressive and non-aggressive).

    LukaszB posted: »

    The easiest way to remember is the Extras and how you ended each chapter, or posting how you played.

  • Let me know if I'm doing something stupid because I'm not one for blogs or forums, but I am very on edge about my experience in this game. Did Snow White and Faith Die for all of you guys? Is that because of something I did or is it part of the set path?

    Or recording it,that's what I did anyways. I recorded two whole playthroughs,both with very distinct choices (i.E. aggressive and non-aggressive).

  • Please look at my post so I don't die of anticipation.

  • Sadly my friend, this needs to happen for the story to unfold. I didn't want for Snow (or Faith) to die either, but it is unavoidable. On the other hand, that means you couldn't have done anything wrong in your playthrough.

  • Oh my gosh! Thanks! Dude I was gonna die. Im just wondering how thier going to stitch the story together now with only one central character.

  • edited November 2013

    Well my good man, with four episodes yet to come, I think there will be more than enough time and ways to tie it all together in the end. Then again,I expect Episode 2 ("Smoke & Mirrors") to be the one,where shit really starts to hit the fan,haha. "Faith" was more of a warm-up,a prologue if you will.

    Besides that,we haven't even really met most of the cast yet. Bluebeard,Georgie, Flycatcher, Badger...just to name a few.

    Curtis5496 posted: »

    Oh my gosh! Thanks! Dude I was gonna die. Im just wondering how thier going to stitch the story together now with only one central character.

  • What is the concensus for the release date of episode two? I sifted through about twenty comments that were posted in the discussion for it but it wasnt very helpfull. Have you heard much on it?

    Well my good man, with four episodes yet to come, I think there will be more than enough time and ways to tie it all together in the

  • For me, the 'Previously' at the beginning of each episode brings me up to speed well enough.

  • Keep in mind that they say the story is 'tailored' to how you play, not changed. Say, if you asked for a shirt to be 'tailor-made' to you, it would fit you perfectly. That's what the game does. It is tailored to you. For example, in The Walking Dead, what we said and did made Kenny, Lilly, Clementine, Omid, Christa, Ben, Chuck, Katjaa, Duck, Doug/Carley, Shaun, Hershel, Vernon (the list goes on) have their own views and opinions of Lee, but in the end, we all got the same ending - Lee's death and his last moment with Clementine. Telltale is great, don'tcha think?

  • yeah Im only just beginning my epic telltale journey though. Iv never played the walking dead because iv never seen the show.

  • I will probably remember most of my choices, but I will be playing part 1 again anyways. I just can't believe telltale is taking this long...oh wait, I can.

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