No! It just looks dumb and that trailer made me queasy. I'm all for dumb violence in video games, but playing as a psychopath who's only goal is to kill innocent people is just going a bit too far. I get that that's their intention, but it doesn't mean I want to play it.
I shot Kenny. I didn't want to, but he was losing it. When he and Clem were in the car, he said, completely out of context "I outta hit you". Also, when he was beating up Alvo and I tried to stop him, he turned and said "What, so you've lost your taste for this?" (I watched Carver die.) I left Jane because she was no better than Kenny. Hiding a baby just to have an excuse to kill Kenny was wrong. I thought it was a pretty good last episode to make up for what I thought was a kind of boring 4th episode. After all of this I'd have to say that I preferred season 1, because in this season as a whole it seemed characters did completely moronic things just to justify some conflict or choice. I'm still impressed tough and will buy whatever Telltale puts out next.
@oldirtybearon: Yeah, you're right. I've seen some older stuff and really liked it, but I suppose it's not the same as watching it unfold on a week to week basis. @darkstalker: Yeah, a lot of the over the top stuff I just lean into and find hilarious. Kane's insults to Randy Orton has had me and a friend laughing for a while.
Ps: I really want Daniel Bryan and Bad News Barrett to come back. Injurys suck.
Reading this thread just makes me feel bad for liking WWE. I've enjoyed pretty much every RAW I've watched (started around Wrestlemania), but every single time I read this thread I see people just talk about how bad RAW is.