Seemed like Arvo was trying to stuff the bag of meds into the trash can at the lookout deck. I think it's likely he stole them from his group in the first place.
Spot on and Alex seems to forget that Arvo since he clearly went to the deck to hide the drugs, he likely would stash them another place and tell his "group" that he got robbed, particular when he could prove it by leading them straight to Clem.... Alex seems to miss the boat a few times during this episode.
Why does this grumpy Alex review not come as a surprise, i knew it weeks before he wrote this and i knew it because he clearly got tired of The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us and Telltale games awhile back and anyone who have followed his cast with Klepek knows this. Also the critique of the kenny situation is wrong, its a case of damned if you do and damned if you don't so it doesnt matter if you took the arm or not and anyone with psych 101 would know its pretty normal response to a situation like kenny is in, he would blame anyone even Clementine and since its Clem who walks over there he lashes out at her, blaming her.
But with that said i have to agree with one thing and that it wasn´t a usually telltale episode, it felt empty and most of the choices you make feels predetermined, its not like before where it felt like you actually had control.
Also one thing is clear , everything this season has been building up to a showdown between Kenny and Luke and if you look back at the choices its clear that this is an important red line, you can choose kenny´s side or you can choose Luke´s side.
1. This being a personality-driven website, Giant Bomb tends to hire well-established personalities like Patrick and Dan, people who've been at the video game journalism game for a decade or more.
2. A decade ago, female and minority game journalists were far less common, for all sorts of unfortunate reasons.
3. Purely as a result of the first two facts (and almost certainly not deliberately), there has yet to be a female or minority hired to be part of the Giant Bomb editorial staff.
4. Meanwhile, other websites that are more news and article driven tend to be far more diverse because of the need for a larger staff, and a willingness to hire less experienced people.
5. As a result of this discrepancy, Giant Bomb inadvertently attracts a certain percentage of their viewership who, either knowingly or subconsciously, absolutely do not want the perspectives of women or minorities in their video game coverage.
6. The otherwise-cool Giant Bomb community continues to show its ass every single time any sort of social issue is involved.
Honestly, it's nobody's fault. Certainly not Jeff's for hiring the people he decided to hire. But those dudes seriously need to come to terms with this particular element of the community they've accidentally cultivated, because I think the Giant Bomb crew and the rest of the community are both in denial about it.
Giantbomb is owned by CBS and is now under the same wing as Gamespot and are even sharing the same office. So i hope you see where you're nr.3 is going wrong. Unless you want to argue that Gamespot doesn't have any minorities and females on their payrole.
Also are you trying to justify that Giantbomb should not hire the most qualified person? and just for the record, hiring a less qualified just because this person is female or black is still discrimination and could make them liable for a potential lawsuit and legal action from the Gov.
So i am surprised at this critic of Giantbomb and i am truly surprised that anyone would even suggest discrimination and think that is ok just because it happened to be men.
@Alex - Regarding Rebecca's kid: Carver makes it explicit that the kid is his with the choices I made, but the way Rebecca treats him it almost seems like she was raped. Which if she was, it will have to be handled... delicately (although it would be far from the first time something like that happened in TWD universe.
Cool feature also!
I have played through ep.2 a few times and nowhere does it become clear in my opinion, i know what he says, but what exactly he means is ambiguous , also from the preview of ep.3 it seems highly likely that he is just a crazy man who have gone mental and treat his group as a big family, pretty much like the gov.
"A House Divided" marks the first acknowledgment of the events that took place during the 400 Days DLC. There's a brief section where you discover Bonnie peering through the window of the lodge. It's played as an innocuous moment, but it pretty plainly telegraphs her later appearance in the episode as one of Carver's thugs. Apparently the camp Tavia was inviting the survivors from that campaign to was Carver's. I'm sitting here, racking my brain trying to remember who else from my playthrough of the 400 Days went to the camp, but I just can't. Then again, 400 Days wasn't an especially memorable piece of DLC, so maybe that's to be expected.
If you go back and listen to the conversation i think its pretty obvious that the camp they spoke of there is the one in the north Wellington and not Carvers, so why Bonnie is with Carver is a bit puzzling but i dont think a guy as "protective" of his flock would allow anyone to go outside the compound. Also i know we dont know why those other people were shot, but why would someone as open as you heard on the radio be as closed as that.
Carver could of course have taken over the camp but it seems to be more of a bump on the road towards the real camp then where the group from 400days went.