Do you want Clementine in Season 3?

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  • Of course I'd like her, but I'll stick around regardless of if she's there or not.

  • I have to disagree with you, finally after 4 episodes Kenny got angry and told you with only one sentence that it was your fault that Sarita died. Your choices as a kid don't matter! :D

    misko1311 posted: »

    But some choices matter,cause if ''nobody gives a shit'' then no one would be angry on you,like Kenny for a while or someone

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    Yes,but it is not just about what he say to you but it wasseen that he is so sad.

    And i don't really care about if choices matter or not,I can play the game even without choices,cause Walking Dead was my first game with choices,what about I really care is that her sad faces when someone die and this things :D

    Wolf_13 posted: »

    I have to disagree with you, finally after 4 episodes Kenny got angry and told you with only one sentence that it was your fault that Sarita died. Your choices as a kid don't matter!

  • As long as Series 3 is good, I couldn't care less if Clementine is in it or not.

  • Glad to find someone who gets why having a kid in an apocalyptic horror-drama is good.

    There are plenty of other games where you can play as a sword-swinging, gun-toting zombie slayer. We should have more games which emphasize vulnerability rather than pure action.

    misko1311 posted: »

    You are right,bro

  • Yeah,and Telltale wants to be original cause (at least I think) there aren't many zombie apocalypse games where you play as 11 years old kid (at least I didn' saw any other then walking dead season 2)

    Bokor posted: »

    Glad to find someone who gets why having a kid in an apocalyptic horror-drama is good. There are plenty of other games where yo

  • So from both results (strawpoll and Google docs) most people wants Clementine as protagonist in Season 3 :)

  • She's not a child anymore, she's a teenager. in that day in age by 14 she would have the maturity of an adult and they probably would rely on her to make some choices. Her being the leader would be unrealistic but it would be more realistic than season 2. It's not a trend of new protagonists Lee passed the torch to Clementine. I don't want to play as a grown man I have no emotional attachment to at all especially is season 3's character development is like Season 2's (Not very good).

    Tinni posted: »

    Nah, I'd like to keep the trend of playing a different character each season. Even if Clem was 13-14, it still wouldn't be realist

  • Yeah. Not as a protagonist, but I still want her as a normal character.

  • I add one too :D

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  • Of course.

    But I'd prefer it if she wasn't the PC this time around.

  • I'm sorry, but it's pissing me off how this "no clem no buy" thing is going around. It's just silly. Honestly.

    i'm waiting for a downvote bomb blasé blase

  • Just because she's a teenager and mature for her age doesn't make it believable that adults will rely on her. Carl from the tv show is around 13-14, is extremely mature, is capable of protecting himself, and still has trouble getting people to take him seriously. Even if she isn't the leader, that's still no fun to play as. I want to be a character that has the ability to become leader, it would make the game far more interesting if you had a rival for leadership that you may have to kill in order to "take the throne" so to speak. It is a trend because you are Lee in season 1, and you are Clem in season 2. Doesn't matter that he was passing the torch to her. If you want to be a little girl, then that's fine and dandy. But I personally don't want to be a little girl two times in a row, no matter how much I love Clem.

    #TeamSarah posted: »

    She's not a child anymore, she's a teenager. in that day in age by 14 she would have the maturity of an adult and they probably wo

  • Just one word......

    YES!!!!!

  • I loved playing as Lee, I have no reason why. I loved his background story, and I felt like I cared about the characters. Clem, yeah it was fun playing as her, but I felt as if she was no longer interesting, the only reason I continue to play is because of her communication with the other characters. Then again, what other way was there to play as her?

    Tinni posted: »

    Just because she's a teenager and mature for her age doesn't make it believable that adults will rely on her. Carl from the tv sho

  • If they make a season three I want them to write new original characters and replace the development team that's behind season two; especially the lead writer, Nick Breckon.

  • Yeah. I just think that some people want very badly to have Clementine as protagonist. :) I want it too but I'll buy the game even if she won't by playable character. I'll be sad and kind of dissapointed but... still I like TWD franchise so probably I'll play either way.

    longlivelee posted: »

    I'm sorry, but it's pissing me off how this "no clem no buy" thing is going around. It's just silly. Honestly. i'm waiting for a downvote bomb blasé blase

  • I want her to be the playable character in season 3

  • Not anymore. This forum has done to me what it did for me with Kenny in S1. Kill'm both and let's start fresh! Wooooooo!

  • Don't say things like this. :P

    Not anymore. This forum has done to me what it did for me with Kenny in S1. Kill'm both and let's start fresh! Wooooooo!

  • But I have enjoyed the creative ways TTG has had Clem get out of danger with the undead and the living. I like that, unlike Lee who could use his will and grown up size to force the world as much as any adult can do so, Clem's had to be more clever. More environmental actions (like that awesome chase scene early in episode 1.

    Playing as a child who truly acts like a child with a child's capabilities for her age (which Clem has done most of the time) isn't something I've seen often in games. I don't think TTG should create a whole new child protagonist for season 3, and I have enjoyed playing as a child. So yes, Clementine for Season 3. :)

    Bluebirdo posted: »

    Definitely, I want her in season 3. As the protagonist, only if she's older, like this 2 year time jump people keep talking about.

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