Feja10 wrote: »
hi in which date for ep 4 for ipad?
Roran_SK wrote: »
But wait a sec. If walkers are dead, then they are rotting too, no? Than just we need wait some years and wait until they all rot. And everything will be allright?! No?!
Viser wrote: »
Now try surviving all those years. And as time passes, more and more survivors die, so the number of 'new' walkers still increases. And the survivors would have to worry more about foods and supplies as they are pretty limited.
uelrindru wrote: »
I'm glad I'm not the only who saved Ben. Yeah I was pissed to find out Carley was dead because of him. I still can't really blame him for Duck and Katja. I wanted to punch him out and leave him in the street when he left Clem alone but I realized something, he's a teenager and teenagers do stupid shit all the time. I was a teenager, I did stupid shit. He wanted to do the right thing and he wants to change so I that's a step towards the right thing.
Kenny on the other hand can go straight to hell, not helping me find Clem really? When he asked me what have I done for him lately I said to myself I am leaving him here.... he will probably take the boat the minute we leave and I couldn't care less about that, I hope the herd gets him.
angelo1985 wrote: »
after having to play through the whole game again! cus it wont let me play my other saved slots anymore i realized something, the guy who took clem is probably the leader of crawford, oberson. they make a point of showing his face on the poster, and it makes since that crawford would have a radio and that if anyone got out alive it would be the leader. just my opinion.
uelrindru wrote: »
Oh and I'm pretty sure the guy that was watching you was the leader of Crawford. Walkie talkie man still has me stumped though
2-_-DEAD wrote: »
^ Yes that was definitely Oberson hanging from the bell.
TWDFTW wrote: »
Cool, thanks for confirming that
RaceCarAndyMan wrote: »
For everyone talking about how this episode "proves how much choices matter," you can convince everyone (including Kenny and Ben) to come with you to find Clementine no matter how you've interacted with them. You could side against Kenny 100% of the time throughout the whole game and still get him to help.
Viner16 wrote: »
Nope, I never sided with Kenny and when I looked at him he said "Don't look over here for help, I ain't helping you."
Then said Clem is Family
And he just got more pissed
Sweater Snake wrote: »
Wait what did he say after you said Clem is family?
I am legitimately intrigued.
Viser wrote: »
I'm as curious as the person above me. How did you treat his family throughout the game?
Freder58 wrote: »
I wanted to kill Ben in chapter 3 for what he did, but Clem liked him so I let him stay.
JesseC25 wrote: »
This is a FULL review of the entire episode, which I just finished. So MAJOR spoilers!
So when the group arrives in Savannah, they are swarmed by walkers. Ben ends up saving himself instead of helping Clem, but Chuck rescues Clem. Chuck tells everyone to go on and he will catch up with them. The group reaches a house and then Kenny and Lee decide to go look for a boat.
You don't find a boat, and the area with the barricade/dead walkers in the entrance to Crawford. Crawford is very dangerous where only the strong are allowed to live, elderly people/children are killed.
The ninja girl attacks you, her name is actually Molly and she is very very helpful and joins the group. You go into the sewers because you get separated from Kenny, Molly, and Clem, and in the sewers you find dead Chuck.
In the sewers you meet a man named Vernon and his group, Vernon is a doctor and the group are all cancer survivors who escaped Crawford. Vernon is the man that everyone thought walkie-talkie man was (it isn't him, we NEVER see walkie-talkie man, only hear from him at the beginning and the end).
Vernon comes to visit the group and they decide they need to break into Crawford to get supplies, because Clem finds a boat hidden in the shed. They need medicine, fuel, and a battery. You sneak into Crawford where EVERYONE has become a walker. You can choose to bring Clem with you or not, I brought her with me even though everyone told me not to (because the only other option is to leave her with Omid who is not doing well).
In Crawford, I guess there are multiple ways you could go but everyone splits up. I ended up going with Molly to find the battery. We got it and later you go into the nurse area where you watch videos of a doctor talking to this girl telling her she must have an abortion or leave Crawford. She stabs him and escapes (you can tell he wanted to sedate her to rape her). Ben also tells you he wants to tell Kenny the truth. I told him to tell Kenny, because I wanted Ben to die (for abandoning Clem and leading to Carley's death).
When the group is escaping by climbing out of Crawford (Ben is an IDIOT, he pulls the hatchet out of the door which was keeping it closed and then all the walkers get inside) Ben tells Kenny and Kenny SNAPS, you can choose whether you want to let Kenny go at back or hold him back. I held him back because walkers were getting in.
Then when they are finally climbing out, Ben falls back and Lee is holding on to him. I was going to save him but then he kept telling me to let him go. Clem was supporting Ben but I let Ben go because he wanted me to and Carley's death was his fault.
You get back to the house and Clem is very upset, I tried to make her calm (twice) but she ends up crying either way.
Whoever says your choices do not matter is an IDIOT - EVERY SINGLE CHOICE YOU MAKE FROM EP1 to NOW WILL MATTER!!!!
The Morning After, Lee wakes up, Clem is gone. Lee goes looking outside and is attacked by a walker, kills it easily but realizes he is bit. If you hide the bite from the group, Lee will go to look for Clem on his own. This is what I did the first time.
The episode ends and it shows the stats for who goes with you into the next chapter (you can go alone, have Christa and Omid go, go with just Kenny, go with just Ben, or go with everyone or some combination). I went alone (because I hid the bite) but then I did a rewind and showed the bite.
Christa and Omid agreed to come with me. Kenny said no. I asked him to again (I was pro-Lilly until Ep.3, then I was wishy washy with Kenny after) and Kenny said that he will not come with me because I never had his back and he leaves. EVERY decision you make matters, if you are pro-Kenny, Kenny will come with you.
Lee goes into the sewers and hears Clem on the walkie-talkie, the man tells you to choose what you say carefully. You can either cuss him, or plead with him, and I begged him not to hurt Clem.
Then it just says: "TO BE CONTINUED".
There is NO preview for the next episode.
Think about all your decisions very VERY carefully, because Clementine is in serious danger, Lee is bit, and this obviously means he is going to turn and die. The first time I didn't show the bite so I went alone, but then I realized if I find Clem I will turn and she will be in serious danger. So I decided to show the bite and get as many people to come -- Christa and Omid came. At least when I die in ep.5 Clementine will have someone..depending on what happens.
ChickVelcro wrote: »
Some of you really need to have a word with yourselves. You let Ben die 'cos he made some mistakes. He never intentionally hurt the group, he's just a coward and a bit of an idiot.
He gave supplies to the bandits as he thought that was the best way to keep them at bay. It might've turned out to be a bad move, but his intention was to help. He did what he thought was best.
Nothing he did even comes close to deliberately letting go of a man's hand and letting him fall to his death, when you had every chance of saving him.
So to punish a man for making a few dodgy decisions that inadvertantly led to a couple of characters dying, you deliberately kill a man?
Viner16 wrote: »
Well I finished the episode awhile ago and my memory is fuzzy, but to sum up basically what he said it went something along like this:
"You never cared about my family and you expect me to help yours? Fuck you Lee."
It was obviously more then 2 sentences, but I can't remember the exact so
Also, when I looked at him Kenny didn't say the whole "I'm a Christian man, but I'm wondering..." etc stuff.
He said "Don't look over here for help, I ain't helping you."
So pretty much the Christian man line is the Neutral Kenny line, and I probably got the Asshole Kenny line
Um... I tried to calm everything in the Pharmacy but the game ended up saying I sided with Larry.
So there goes a point against me already.
I saved Shawn not Duck.
I fed both the kids, Mark, and Larry
I tried to save Larry with Lilly, so I sided against Kenny again.
Throughout Episode 3 I was calling Kenny out on killing Larry, and when Duck got bit I kept on mentioning stuff like "We have to stop this Rv!" and "What about Duck?"
I fought him and didn't get a scratch.
I got him to kill Duck, not sure if that matters but meh.
I killed the boy in the attic.
I insulted him quite a bit while he was drunk.
When Ben told Kenny, I disagreed with Kenny and said "We gotta work on getting out of here!"
I then voted that Ben stays with us.
And I saved Ben when the choice came up.
I showed my bite too
I think those are all correct, haven't played for a month and that was only Ep 4
But yeah, Kenny's been an asshole to me since Ep 2.