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WORST ending ever!!!

edited January 2013 in The Walking Dead
Deciding to just drop off after Clementine leaves Lee and show NOTHING else makes this game have one of the worst endings of all time.

You can leave a season, episode, game, series, etc off with suspense for what's next, a happy ending, a cliffhanger, etc . ANYTHING other than what telltale games decided to run with which must have been "I'm tired, that's good enough. Lets wrap it up."

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  • edited January 2013
    anicassaro wrote: »
    Deciding to just drop off after Clementine leaves Lee and show NOTHING else makes this game have one of the worst endings of all time.

    You can leave a season, episode, game, series, etc off with suspense for what's next, a happy ending, a cliffhanger, etc . ANYTHING other than what telltale games decided to run with which must have been "I'm tired, that's good enough. Lets wrap it up."

    Did you see what happened after credits?
  • edited January 2013
    Wow..You just made an epic fail mister :D
  • edited January 2013
    The original Mass Effect 3 ending was definitely worse.
  • edited January 2013
    go back and replay it, go through the credits, and there is a scene at the end ._.
  • edited January 2013
    Personally i thought it was one of the best endings to any game i've ever played.
  • edited January 2013
    You play Lee, Lee dies (you die) Lee doesn't know what happens next - you don't. You as a fan just get a little teaser after the credits that's it. Only thing you can do is hope, that Clem, Christa and Omid will survive. That's a great ending in my opinion, the char you play dies, so do you, you don't see anything he doesn't.
  • edited January 2013
    anicassaro wrote: »
    Deciding to just drop off after Clementine leaves Lee and show NOTHING else makes this game have one of the worst endings of all time.

    You can leave a season, episode, game, series, etc off with suspense for what's next, a happy ending, a cliffhanger, etc . ANYTHING other than what telltale games decided to run with which must have been "I'm tired, that's good enough. Lets wrap it up."

    You didnt wait till after the credits did you?

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  • edited January 2013
    How?! How anyone can skip the credits, and don't listen this beautiful song "Take us back"???
  • edited January 2013
    anicassaro wrote: »
    Deciding to just drop off after Clementine leaves Lee and show NOTHING else makes this game have one of the worst endings of all time.

    You can leave a season, episode, game, series, etc off with suspense for what's next, a happy ending, a cliffhanger, etc . ANYTHING other than what telltale games decided to run with which must have been "I'm tired, that's good enough. Lets wrap it up."

    But that's what they did...
  • edited January 2013
    anicassaro wrote: »
    Deciding to just drop off after Clementine leaves Lee and show NOTHING else makes this game have one of the worst endings of all time.

    You can leave a season, episode, game, series, etc off with suspense for what's next, a happy ending, a cliffhanger, etc . ANYTHING other than what telltale games decided to run with which must have been "I'm tired, that's good enough. Lets wrap it up."

    Just google the ending if you dont want to play it again. It will show Clem in a field.

    PS. Happy endings are not part of TWD universe. Happy endings are not always a part of real life. In the real world it is dark, and in a Walking Dead world its even darker. The ending of this game did piss me off. But I liked that it pissed me off. If a game can give me strong emotions like this, its an impressive game.
  • edited January 2013
    J_Scheff wrote: »

    PS. Happy endings are not part of TWD universe. Happy endings are not always a part of real life. In the real world it is dark, and in a Walking Dead world its even darker. The ending of this game did piss me off. But I liked that it pissed me off. If a game can give me strong emotions like this, its an impressive game.

    True. Happy endings are soon forgotten. This ending I will never forget.
  • edited January 2013
    zev_zev wrote: »
    Did you see what happened after credits?

    Clementine was outside the city and stared at a hill that had two figures of people.

    That doesn't exactly add any more resolution.
  • edited January 2013
    Tornreaper wrote: »
    Clementine was outside the city and stared at a hill that had two figures of people.

    That doesn't exactly add any more resolution.

    I know, I asked the author of theme
  • edited January 2013
    zev_zev wrote: »
    How?! How anyone can skip the credits, and don't listen this beautiful song "Take us back"???

    That song is so depressing, especially with Lee having just died.
  • edited January 2013
    Nuked wrote: »
    That song is so depressing, especially with Lee having just died.

    I don't know why but this song calmed me when I played
  • edited January 2013
    The song was perfect while I cried my eyes out.
  • edited January 2013
    TT is just evil and added the song to make people cry even more >:{
  • edited January 2013
    I thought the ending was perfect until that godawful, bet-hedging meaningless bit after the credits.
  • edited January 2013
    I wonder what OP is thinking after he realized there was an after credits scene...:p

    I'm glad they put it in. It still leaves enough open to interpretation without completely throwing the characters in the trash with a "you decide what happens" ending. This also gives a chance to prove those who say your decisions have no impact wrong in season 2.
  • edited January 2013
    Mornai wrote: »
    I'm glad they put it in. It still leaves enough open to interpretation without completely throwing the characters in the trash with a "you decide what happens" ending.

    But it's totally a "you decide what happens ending". It adds no clarity to anything, just more questions. It's a total hedge ending, without actually adding anything to the ending.
  • edited January 2013
    Quitch wrote: »
    But it's totally a "you decide what happens ending". It adds no clarity to anything, just more questions. It's a total hedge ending, without actually adding anything to the ending.

    It tells you that at least a portion of all the time you've invested in this character will likely return in season 2, rather than being curled up like a used rag and tossed away in favor of new characters. Without it, it looks like nothing you've done in season 1 will matter at all for season 2. Instead of "Almost everyone dies, the end" you get a hint at what might come in the next game.
  • edited January 2013
    I don't agree with that at all.
  • edited January 2013
    That is perfectly acceptable.
  • edited January 2013
    it was a great ending.

    it makes me want to buy the second season :D
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