Telltale Games Closing Down, Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us Cancelled

Written by Jon Sutton on Sun, Sep 23, 2018 11:26 AM
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The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us and Game of Thrones developer Telltale Games has confirmed its closing its doors. Telltale achieved mass critical acclaim for the first season of The Walking Dead, proceeding to pump out several licensed episodic adventure series over the years.

However, as the studio’s success ballooned, so too did the number of staff. As of Friday, roughly 285 Telltale staff lost their jobs with immediate effects. A skeleton crew of 25 remains to fulfill various contract obligations with the board and partners. It sounds as if this isn’t games either, but the Minecraft Story Mode TV series for Netflix.

“Today Telltale Games made the difficult decision to begin a majority studio closure following a year marked by insurmountable challenges,” wrote Telltale Games in a statement. “A majority of the company’s employees were dismissed earlier this morning, with a small group of 25 employees staying to fulfil the company’s obligations to its board and partners. Telltale will issue further comments regarding its product portfolio in the coming weeks. “

As a result of the closure, The Walking Dead: The Final Season, Stranger Things, and The Wolf Among Us 2 have been cancelled. The Walking Dead Final Season’s second episode is due to launch at some point this week, although it appears as if the remaining three episodes, and the rest of Clem’s story, will not be finished. There’s still no word on how, or if, refunds are going to be issued for those who splashed out on the full season pass.

“It’s been an incredibly difficult year for Telltale as we worked to set the company on a new course,”  said Telltale CEO Pete Hawley. “Unfortunately, we ran out of time trying to get there. We released some of our best content this year and received a tremendous amount of positive feedback, but ultimately, that did not translate to sales. With a heavy heart, we watch our friends leave today to spread our brand of storytelling across the games industry.”

It’s very sad news for those affected, and also the end of an era for both episodic and adventure games. Telltale was certainly a studio that had its ups and downs, but along the way they should certainly be credited with breathing life into adventure games, a genre that been in the doldrums for a number of years.

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16:19 Oct-02-2018

wait is that affecting the show stranger things, or some game I wasn't aware of?

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19:03 Sep-23-2018

These were never "games" to begin with.


These are interactive stories giving you an illusion of choice and consequence.
An illusion that falls apart at the second play-through.

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19:17 Sep-23-2018

An interesting viewpoint.


For some I imagine storytelling is a game in itself. May I ask which games you prefer to play?

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21:23 Sep-23-2018

The games didn't really have any choice, that's true. But they are games, and anyone doesn't think is clearly delusional. What are video games if not "interactive stories".

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11:43 Sep-25-2018

If you know about game development, you would know that you never have a choice. It's always the illusion of choice. In some cases, this illusion works better than in other cases, that's it.

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12:21 Sep-25-2018

True, and some games do play that delusion better than others. The Witcher 3 for instance, especially quests like The Bloody Barren. The choices you make really seem to matter. They don't significantly alter the story, but the illusion is maintained. Does the Bloody Barren hang himself? Does take his sick wife away to get better? Do the children get eaten by the witches?

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12:26 Sep-25-2018

You play through any Telltale game a second time and that delusion is completely and incontrovertibly broken. The first time you play through and you save unknown person X and then person Y dies. You play through again and save person Y and person X dies. In each example X and Y are interchangeable when it comes to later choices, there's no consequences, not even the illusion of them.

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12:28 Sep-25-2018

Yes that's what I said. That illusion works better in some cases. However in comparing The Witcher 3 to Telltale Games format isn't a fair comparison. Yes both are single player games but they are entirely different in gameplay experience.


You may not prefer the gameplay of Telltale games but calling them 'not games' is just your opinion as they are categorically classified universally as games. And this gameplay format existed even in the past before 3D graphics.

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12:38 Sep-25-2018

@PhenomFaz RogueRequest did say they were games.


Onto the witcher 3, I think that's probably the main downside of the game for me. The Bloody Baron questline, plus the choices offered there, was head and shoulders above the rest of the game. Still great overall though :)

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13:58 Sep-25-2018

@RogueRequest My bad. I see that you did acknowledge them as games. @Jon Yeah The Witcher 3 is a masterpiece :) I use it as a benchmark to measure all games released since.

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14:27 Sep-25-2018

@PhenomFaz It's call good man. I've made the same mistake many a time.

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00:10 Sep-24-2018

Yes, that is true and that's why I didn't really like them. No matter what you do the ending is always the same, you only have the illusion of choice. But calling them not games is absurd. They are games. They require player interaction to proceed with the story, that's all you need for a game.

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06:41 Sep-24-2018

OBJECTION!
That is the charm of visual and interactive novels. That illusion of choice or being in control gives immersion into the story. The purpose of the illusion puts the perspective of player into the character of the story.
P.S. I can't help shouting out an objection after the Phoenix Wright port news. XP

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13:15 Sep-24-2018

Lol what a bad take, of course they're games

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11:38 Sep-25-2018

What are you talking about? Have you even seen games from the past? Games weren't all flashy graphics all the time you know and these were games, not to mention that some of these games were awesome like The Walkign Dead Season 1, The Wolf Among Us and Tales from The Borderlands.

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12:29 Sep-25-2018

The Typing of the Dead: Overkill is a really fun game. It's just literally typing random words in that appear above the zombies head. You can't even control the camera because it's on rails. It's less interactive than most Telltale games and it's still an awesome game.

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16:46 Sep-25-2018

I called them games with little to no gameplay and got hate, @IDusan doesn't even acknowladge them as games, nor does he say it's his opinion, just states it as it is(which is how it should be said) and people like it XD

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16:51 Sep-25-2018

Are you reading the same responses I am?

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17:21 Sep-25-2018

From those who commented most don't, same with what I said, but he is +7 and I'm -8, not that it matters, it's just interesting to me where is the difference to cause that, lights up my curiousity. XD


You'd expect for the same two things or similar things to get similar results. I'm perplexed...

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17:42 Sep-25-2018

The way you convey your opinion matters a lot at how people are going to take it and respond to it.
Even though you both hold the same opinion, his was calmer and had reasoning behind it, while you went extremely aggressive calling for every game without gameplay to "die and burn".
Therefore even people who agreed with you, and there are those who do, didn't want to go that far into extremes.

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17:57 Sep-25-2018

why do people assume I'm not calm when cursing, wishing death by being burnt and so on? People watch too many movies... I'm 99.99% of the time calm as a (stereotypical)hippy and when I'm not calm I'm happy and joyful, I'm basically never angry, outraged and so on... the closest thing is being pissed off and then I'm still calm, but just in disagreeance and oposition...

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18:13 Sep-25-2018

Because people can't hear you, can't see you and don't know you personally, therefore the only way left for readers to gauge is through what's written and how it's written.

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18:21 Sep-25-2018

none of these words are tied to a certain personallity, traits or acting, outside of hollywood of course. My teacher was an english philologitian or whatever it's called in english and she inspired me to read a bunch of words and their technical, propert diffinitions, meanings and origins.


I discovered the curse words were an awesome substitute to long sentences and that many metaphors and analogies are another great substitute for long sentences...


There are no bad words, nada... that's all bullsh!t... there is no shame, to curse words, like sh!t, piss, f@ck, c@nt, etc, etc, they are not wrong, they are not bad... all that is 18-19th century arogant mindset of the bourjois and aristocrats to make themselves feel good and believe they are better and more prestigious than the rest...

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19:51 Sep-25-2018

Even I am not sure with the definition of 'game' TBH. I usually refer them as visual novel, interactive novels or whatever category they belong.

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20:11 Sep-25-2018

Yeah I'd agree on that. Visual novel is much better, but they should eliminate player movement too, it's pointless, you can just choose through a dialog menu, or make it on rails.

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20:20 Sep-25-2018

@Psychoman
What the hell are you on about dude?
Firstly, great of her to do that, but you've really missed the point of what she wanted to say. Only great substitutes are synonyms, and, as far as I'm aware, curse words are very rarely synonyms to anything but other curse words. Language is used to communicate, to explain something in as closest way as possible.

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20:20 Sep-25-2018

Because that is the best way for anyone to understand exactly what the other person is trying to say. In order to do so you need to have a broad personal dictionary, and know how and when to use it. Efficiency in a language is achieved by knowing more words, not less, not by substituting words, but using them. That way you can present a point accurately, quickly, precisely and understandably.

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20:20 Sep-25-2018

Proper language is not a form of division, it's a mark of a learned man. Aristocrats and rich folk weren't speaking as such to spite the common man, they spoke so because they could. They had access to teachers, books, libraries and schools, something the common folk lacked. After all, yes, proper language is a form of prestige because it shows your literary knowledge.

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20:20 Sep-25-2018

I don't care if you curse or not, I do so too. Everyone does. But if you want people to take you seriously, to understand you and not get confused by your ideas, opinions or points, then you need to speak, or in this case write, properly and stay away from curses and needless metaphors and analogies when you're making a point.

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20:40 Sep-25-2018

but character limitation and attention span limitations(of those who read) make it pointless... I've written thousands word arguments that nobody cares to read, because they find them really long and boring... this is way more effective... It's like a hook.


The moment 99% of people see a wall of text they just skip.

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20:48 Sep-25-2018

That is what I said. Be precise, direct, short and to the point. And if it can't be said without a wall of text, and people just skip it then they're not worth arguing with.
If someone doesn't want to read what you said then why bother with them, they clearly don't care and nothing you do will make them care.

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20:53 Sep-25-2018

They care when I say it simple and hooky, while when I say it straight to the point they still care, but it's always longer and a wall of text that is many times better than the amount it's longer than short and straight...

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21:03 Sep-25-2018

And also I don't want to argue, I want debates like this one. Challange of ideas, dumb or not... I mean it's game-DEBATE after all...

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21:20 Sep-25-2018

You just contradicted yourself. You said 99% of people would just skip a wall of text, and now you say they wouldn't.
Also, debate and argument are synonyms. Debate is just a formal word for an argument.

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21:47 Sep-25-2018

@Psychoman. The problem is that don't just drop these giant walls of words, you drop these giant unintelligible walls of wards that go off on the weirdest of tangents. You use analogies don't don't make any sense and jump from topic to topic to topic. It's exhausting.

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06:14 Sep-26-2018

I said that when it's long they care, but don't read, when it's short they read.


And a Debate is a challange of ideas without , argument is more of the screw you, screw me and so on.


And yeah I go off to many topics, why not? And I use analogies that make sense, but to explain them the way I view them would be just another wall of text...

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06:15 Sep-26-2018

And debate is a synonym for argument, but a synonym means similar meaning, not the same.
a debate is:


More formal
More intellectual
Normally concerns factual events, or theories
Concerned with persuading the opposing party to an alternate viewpoint


Argument is:
Informal
Usually personal, though not always
Not always concerned with the factual correctness
Can be about things both parties are aware of, thus no opposing viewpoints, e.g. a row between a man and wife who have cheated on each other, would not be a debate, as they are both aware and agree that adultery took place.

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10:43 Sep-26-2018

If they don't read it then they don't care, you can't have both. Debate and argument are synonyms and synonyms are different words with the same meaning. Context they're used in is different, as I said, debate is more formal, but you'd be no wrong substituting either word with each other in any sentence because those sentences would carry on the exact same meaning.

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10:44 Sep-26-2018

Both of your definitions apply to both words. Arguments can just as well be formal and intellectual, consist of factual events or theories. The point of any argument is to propose a different viewpoint to the opposing party while providing facts that support it in order to possibly make the other party change their view of things.

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10:44 Sep-26-2018

If you use analogies that make sense, but you don't want to explain them your way, then the only person they make sense is you. How do you expect to argue with someone, or rather debate, when you both effectively speak different languages. If neither side understands each other then you're just yelling into the ether.

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10:44 Sep-26-2018

As I said above. If the only possible way to explain something is to write down a wall of text, then do so. But if there's even a slight possibility, and there fairly often is, that you can concise that wall of text into a few short straightforward sentences that explain your point without them taking a loop around the globe then that's always a better solution.

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10:44 Sep-26-2018

You're not wasting anyones time by going off on some wild tangents, you're not wasting your time by typing a wall of text, you're precise, to the point, people can understand you and you carried your point across perfectly fine.
If you want to save time in an argument than be precise, direct and to the point. You can't take shortcuts because you end up not helping anyone, least of all yourself.

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22:33 Sep-26-2018

@Psychoman You do realize that you when you debate the information you present is also called an argument and when you a lawyer gets up in court to present their case that's also called an argument?

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18:22 Sep-27-2018

@RogueRequest yes


@TheEmperor96
Well, I gotta get more efficient then and often times when I'm straight to the point, basically what comes to me and I write it down. Like my comment here(last page what I posted initially) on what I think about it, but that isn't much of an argument/debate. When I sit down and think about something it's a wall of text, even if what my initial, instant, short thoughts are basically that, but well a ton shorter... but people hate in that case. XD

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19:36 Sep-27-2018

Taking a bit of time to word your thoughts more efficiently can do wonders. It also gives you time to think about it for a few moments, you can come up with a better opinion and stronger reasons, or sometimes it just isn't well though out to begin with and isn't worth pointing it out or commenting. There are hundreds of places where voicing an opinion just doesn't bring anything to the discussion.

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17:46 Sep-23-2018

They tried the impossible by keeping up with developing of 4 concurrent games, it made their quality and focus come to an end, but that doesnt make me blind of the great games i played like the wolf among us, some seasons on walking dead and oneof my favorites games ever tales from the borderlands

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17:07 Sep-23-2018

Another era of gaming comes to a close. But it's kind of sad since I never really played any of the telltales games, I mostly just watched other people play them on youtube.

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18:33 Sep-23-2018

I played the first season, watched the rest on youtube just like you.


Should have played the games, instead of watching them on youtube.

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23:27 Sep-23-2018

Yeah, I feel kinda bad for it too. I think I missed out on playing some awesome games.

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13:07 Sep-24-2018

i am doing both first play them my self and after every finished episode i watch 1 episode of theRadBrad playing it

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16:43 Sep-23-2018

All the best to all those talented developers out of work. Hope they all land on their feet and in greener pastures.
It's always hard to see a good gaming studio close down. Loved their games and sad that no closure for Clem's story will be published. Telltale designed a fantastic journey alongside Clem for the gamers.

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15:41 Sep-23-2018

It was a fun run. Going to miss them.

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15:07 Sep-23-2018

more games for THQ nordic to acquire (probably)

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18:01 Sep-23-2018

Yes if they get them it would be awesome!

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18:36 Sep-23-2018

Would be great if they would finish the last 3 episodes.


The series deserves it.

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21:20 Sep-23-2018

Yup, if they don't finish the series it would be sad and disappointing... :/


The gamers did not deserve this... nobody has!

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07:48 Sep-24-2018

Agreed

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05:50 Sep-24-2018

then let's hope so

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13:17 Sep-24-2018

I doubt it tbh, THQ is in the business of buying IPs, and Telltale doesn't actually own any IPs (they license them, which THQ could do right now anyway). Without the employees they're nothing, they're just a shell of a company with no product, there's no point in buying them.

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14:23 Sep-23-2018

Not surprising. Their quality was going down fast and they kept doing really stupid IPs, like Minecraft. Tales from the Borderlands was amazing, but that's probably the only one that I really enjoyed. Game of Thrones was bland af, completely devoid of what makes the TV series so amazing. Not to mention they were a giant puppy mill of games.

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18:38 Sep-23-2018

Have to agree with Game of Thrones.


It didn't have the soul of the Walking Dead series.

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13:12 Sep-24-2018

liked both Minecraft and Game of Thrones expecialy thrones bec i like that feel in games, serie, movie, book anywhere where then make that hopless atmosphere that every thing is fcked which they did better in Game of Thrones then they did in Walking dead

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13:58 Sep-23-2018

Saw this on social media the other day. Apparently hundreds of employees were not paid severance?

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18:39 Sep-23-2018

4 real. I read that they compensated the workers and everybody had time to pack things up and talk with everybody.


Can you copy the link?

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13:29 Sep-23-2018

Ahhh, detective Hector, you will be missed!

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12:38 Sep-23-2018

Shame, Telltale Games will be missed. They pretty much brought back adventure genre from the dead. Shame they didn't get enough time to come back with great new games. I hope licenses at least go to someone who will want to make more of good games. Also I wish all ex-employees best of luck at finding new jobs.

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12:19 Sep-23-2018

Bankruptcy is a sin of modern age. Unfortunately when it comes there's no way to avoid it, just like death for any human being.

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11:50 Sep-23-2018

It's a shame so many people lost their jobs, especially considering they've been hiring barely a week before this. But Telltale had it coming. After they've hit their home run with TWD S1, they started pumping out games like there's no tomorrow. Quality had fallen of drastically, and they've updated their buggy and dated engine just recently although bugs are still there.

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11:41 Sep-23-2018

I was really looking forward to The Wolf Among Us 2.

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11:32 Sep-23-2018

A moment of silence for all the developers losing their jobs... ... ...


Now that that has passed... burn and die games with little to no gameplay, burrrrrn :P


I would have bought their product if they just made movies with every possible, interesting outcome and choice path... For example, Fate/Stay Night do it and it's amazing and a few others do it too... but I really dislike "games" with little to no gameplay... basically move and choose...

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13:08 Sep-23-2018

because their games tell a tale, it's literally in the name.

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16:22 Sep-23-2018

Then make a movie to tell a tale or have gameplay...

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16:50 Sep-23-2018

Or have a simple interactive game which can tell the same story.

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22:46 Sep-23-2018

Yeah, tell it worse... with interruptions and change in immersion... The biggest gameplay of those games are quick time events if any... the gameplay should complement the story and vice versa, the lack of gameplay complements nothing... yay walking... I mean that's the only thing needed for a story controlled by the player...


There is a reason why point and click adventures died in the 90s and there is a reason why they died right here and now...
The only reason they were somewhat successful is, because they banked on popular subjects, like the walking dead, Batman, Minecraft and to lesser extent borderlands...

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00:03 Sep-24-2018

The gameplay in those games is making choices and occasional quick time events. They don't lack gameplay, it just isn't conventional.
The reason why they were successful is because people wanted to play them. Or are you arguing that everyone playing hated it and they did so only because they like the source material?

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13:49 Sep-23-2018

You're such a nice person, only because you don't like their games they must stop producing them. There are other people playing games beside yourself.

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16:22 Sep-23-2018

Not because of me, because they are not really games... their games are a huge snore fest... and I'm not the only one who thinks like that... there are many people and people critics that think the same... -_-

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16:49 Sep-23-2018

But who are you to say which games are games, and which aren't? A game requires an interactive element, regardless of how simple that element is.
There are people who think the Earth is flat too, so does that make the Earth flat?

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18:11 Sep-23-2018

I'm not saying it completely seriously... read between the lines... What I'm basically saying is that I dislike games with minimal gameplay... and I speak for myself always... why do I have to go and say "In my opinion"... obviously, it's my opinion and what I think about it...


I hate soft language... ruined all languages... people used to understand that when someone said, "X is sh!t", they meant that "In their opinion X is not a good thing and that they are against X"...

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21:17 Sep-23-2018

"X is sh!t" is not an opinion, it's a statement. Statements are not opinions. "I dislike X for a particular reason" is an opinion. There is no "soft" language here, just common sense.
If you're speaking for yourself then why are always justifying your opinion with others who think the same as you.

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22:42 Sep-23-2018

no, I justified the others think like me, because of MacacoAzedo who said:
"You're such a nice person, only because you don't like their games they must stop producing them. There are other people playing games besides yourself."
By which he meant that other many people like them to which I countered that many other people didn't like them.


And again soft language sucks... -_-


If I were to make a statement it'd be backed by objective arguments, subjective arguments or no arguments at all is an opinion, just common sense, but soft language, being polite all that bullcrap has killed speech/writing and languages.. -_-

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23:52 Sep-23-2018

That's not a counter, that's a pointless statement. You've just pointed the obvious. There's no matter in the world which doesn't have people on both sides of it, however absurd it may be.
Yep, "soft" language, whatever that is, completely destroyed today's world. I sure would prefer to go back to the stone age where humans were conversing with grunts and yells. That's the true way to speak!

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23:57 Sep-23-2018

I don't think devolving into yelling, cursing, insulting, accusing and throwing baseless statements or arguments is a proper way to hold a conversation. If soft language excludes all that then I'd say it improved today's conversation, not reverted it.

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01:52 Sep-24-2018

Well, it was not soft language, it was sarcasm. I don't enjoy playing adventure games, but I respect who does. That kind of game it's an important part of gaming history, but it's your opinion anyways.

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Core i7-7700K 4-Core 4.2GHz GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB 16GB
100% Yes [2 votes]
| 60FPS, Ultra, 1080p
Core i7-7700K 4-Core 4.2GHz GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB 16GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 60FPS, Medium, 1080p
Core i5-10300H 4-Core 2.50GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile 16GB
0% No [1 votes]