I just learned that originally you could shoot Mike in the PS3 version of TWD before it was quickly patched out. Anyone manage to record it?
Here you go.
It was patched!? Dammit...
edit: too slow
This isn't exactly on the PS3, this video was done with swapping the codes to PC from PS3.
BipedalP posted: »Here you go.
I'd have totally gone with that choice if it was left in the episode.
Why did they patch it? ... I wanna shoot him.
Must have bigger plans for Mike like they did with Kenny.
Dont_Look_Back posted: »Why did they patch it? ... I wanna shoot him.
Now the threaten choice looks weird.
Would be strange to see him again since I have a playthrough where I shot him and Kenny and Jane confirmed he was dead
See, having that option and choosing it would actually make Arvo shooting Clementine an understandable direction in the story. Still wrong, sure, but fitting and to a certain extent, justifiable (thinking she might kill them all, getting angry because Mike was the one who kept protecting him). Once again, it seems like doing the wrong thing (wrong because like him or not, Mike tried to diffuse the situation and even agreed to take Clementine with them, so he showed no signs of wanting to hurt her) would have actually benefited the story (Nick and Sarah's first deaths, stealing the watch to give to Nick). This season sure has a weird philosophy with that.
I wonder when they patched it, when I played it I still had the option to shoot Mike.
It makes sense for them to not include this Choice. Bonnie can die at the frozen river if you cover luke and then not break the ice. Then Arvo would be alone if you shoot Mike. The only reason he ran away after shooting her was realising the shock Mike had when Clem fell.
That means what would likely happen is he'd stay there to shoot Kenny on sight, making the Jane/Kenny thing unable to happen.
That aside, it would just be out of character for Clementine, imo. She is seen caring about everyone in the group and would only kill a person if she absoulutely HAD to in order to save herself or someone else she cares about. I know you can play her to be somewhat similar to Carver, but in retrospect I don't think shed' go that far, at least not at that point.
Why do you guys WANT to shoot him? Sure what he did was bad, but surely it does not warrant death.
Theft in the apocalypse is punishable by death.
Gary-Oak posted: »Why do you guys WANT to shoot him? Sure what he did was bad, but surely it does not warrant death.
I replayed it just to have both Bonnie and Mike killed, but, goddammit, was it patched?
they took ALL our supplies and our vehicle that´s pretty much a death sentence to Kenny, Clem, Jane and AJ. I am glad I shot him, wish I could have shot Bonnie as well
Like I said, its not at all unbelievable for someone to shoot Mike in that scenario. He's stealing all of your supplies, the truck, and leaving you and a baby with a potentially unstable man.
the walking guybrush posted: »they took ALL our supplies and our vehicle that´s pretty much a death sentence to Kenny, Clem, Jane and AJ. I am glad I shot him, wish I could have shot Bonnie as well
If I were in that scenario, I'd (after calling for help) shoot out of self-defense and for AJ's safety, not out of a desire for punishment. With ALL supplies and the car gone, the chances of finding food in the snow before starving would be close to zero.
I won't kill them if i get a chance to in season 3 and I wouldn't replay the game to get Mike killed if I could. But in the heat of the moment? Maybe.
Yes it is now considered non-canon. Which means they have plans for him.
KovuLK posted: »I replayed it just to have both Bonnie and Mike killed, but, goddammit, was it patched?
I would've shot Mike if i could. Leaving 2 children with 2 adults there are fighting. They took all of their supplies, so they could just starve to death. Clementine and AJ shouldn't starve. Or atleast Clementine shouldn't. And i was scared when Mike walked slowly toward Clementine, since i thought he would hurt her.
I would never harm my friends Mike or Arvo. I simply wish to give them a stern talking to and perhaps half their rations.