[S2E4] The Killing Fields
I enjoy the youth in Fear the realization that their lives are completely over and its a brand new world is compelling for me. On TWD you had Grown Folks and young Kids. I like the story of early 20 something in this new world. Nick is by far the best all around character in the show. Im glad they gave you his addict background which was on point as far as im concerned because i was at one point a addict myself. They touched on it but didnt go to deep just enough to let you know that Nick has a leg up in this new world because he does not fear death. Was hoping Alecia was gonna kill Jack when he cut her loose but she didnt and hopefully it doesnt come around to bite her in the ass. This group is gonna get bad ass much quicker than out TWD counter parts. They will learn that people are the real threat and start killing first and asking questions later very quickly.
[S2E4] The Killing Fields
Stiles is at Armor Tire where he argues with the mechanic, Tucker Cornish. All he needed was a starter, but the mechanic tells him he needs a lot more work done. Originally he tells him $1200, then ups it to $1500 when Stiles argues. Stiles storms off and gets his hand covered in a mysterious slime as he opens the door, and within seconds he loses motor control in his hand. At that point he notices claws on one of the lifts and tries to yell out, but he cannot be heard and the monster appears, cutting the mechanic in the back of the neck with its tail. Stiles falls to the ground as the venom moves throughout his veins and the monster triggers the lift with Stiles's Jeep on it. Stiles struggles to get to his phone and dial nine one one as the lift continues until it eventually traps the mechanic under it, killing him. The monster appears and roars at Stiles before disappearing.
Once inside, Luke comes out to find them, and Clementine can reveal Nick's death to Luke (if he was still alive) to which he is horrified and saddened. Luke then explains that Sarah had run to this trailer park for shelter and hasn't moved since. Clementine rushes over to find Sarah huddled in the corner of a room in shock, presumably over her father's death. Clementine attempts to talk to her in order to get her to move, but time begins to run out as the trailer is surrounded by walkers. Luke notes that the only exit is now a skylight. Walkers begin to break the main door down, and Jane rushes to help block it, asking for Luke's help in doing so. After failing to get Sarah to move, Clementine will go help Jane and Luke, looking for something they could climb on top on to reach the skylight. It turns out that the furniture they used to block the door is the only item they can use to do so, and together they quickly move it over to where the skylight is, with Jane killing the attacking walkers that have entered the trailer. Luke is the first to exit the skylight, and it is then up to Clementine to convince Sarah to leave or to let her stay. If she convinces her to leave, Clementine will ultimately have to slap Sarah in order to get her to move through the skylight, but if she leaves Sarah, the latter will start screaming for Clementine and become engulfed by walkers as Clementine and Jane exit through the skylight. Depending on Clementine's choice, all four, or only three of the survivors can return to Parker's Run.
Critical reception of this episode has been generally mixed. IGN concluded their review with a score of 6 out of 10, noting that this episode is a step back for the season and the series as a whole. They criticised Telltale for failing to build tension by continually introducing events "out-of-left-field." IGN highlighted that penultimate episodes tended to be a problem for Telltale, as they felt similarly about "The Wolf Among Us", another Telltale Game. Critics were harsh concerning the number of redundant choices, and, subsequently, the unavoidable deaths, Nick, Sarita and Sarah in particular, saying it felt like Telltale was just killing characters off to make the player feel down.
Billy Joel, "Only the Good Die Young": When Hughie and Starlight are driving together (and trying to think of a plan that doesn't involve killing all the Seven), this Billy Joel song is playing on the car radio.
Arriving at the base, Bruce falls behind to contact Waller, giving her the order to send her agents into the facility, and helps the Pact past a number of defenses. He can also prevent Bane and Mr. Freeze from killing a number of employees. Upon arriving at the lab's entrance, Bruce is separated from the other members by entering the room whilst they battle another of its defenses. Using the opportunity to attempt to destroy the LOTUS virus, Bruce unlocks a number of the terminals, though is quickly caught doing so by Quinn.
After making his presence known to the Pact, Batman engages Bane and Mr. Freeze in a battle, whilst Harley is either subdued or battles Catwoman. Eventually cornered, John attacks Freeze to stop him from killing Batman, allowing the vigilante the opportunity to restrain Bane. In a fit of desperation, the brute injects himself with Venom and continues to battle him. Batman eventually destroys the incubator, subduing Bane in the process, though is too late to stop Freeze from getting his hands on the LOTUS virus. As he attempts to escape, Harley knocks the vials out of his hands, stealing the last one, and seals him in the airlock. After she escapes, Waller and the Agency arrive, during which John escapes. If Catwoman fought with Batman, she makes her escape, promising to see him again.
Arriving at the location, a disused carnival outside of Gotham, Bruce investigates the funhouse, where Harley had set up as a base. As he investigates further, he discovers John in a room, surrounded with the bodies of Waller's agents. After listening to his claims of killing in self defense, Bruce finds a number of holes in the story, including a number of gunshot wounds on "bludgeon" victims. Depending on dialogue, John's trust in Bruce can be either increased or broken. It is also revealed that he has deduced that he is Batman, with him touting out the evidence should Bruce deny it. Desperate for Bruce's trust, John tells him that Harley is planning to hold the Gotham Bridge hostage for Riddler's blood and offers to help him capture her if he believes his story. Depending on dialogue chosen, the following will happen.
In King's Landing, King Joffrey Baratheon is furious when he hears of Robb Stark's decisive victory against Lannister forces. He has Sansa Stark brought before the assembled court in the recently redecorated throne room, which now boasts iron spikes on many surfaces and roaring fires surrounding the pillars. Lancel Lannister tells Sansa and the assembled nobles that Robb only won the battle with trickery and sorcery. At first, Joffrey sadistically menaces Sansa by brandishing a crossbow at her and openly toying with the thought of killing her right in front of the throne to send her brother a message. Despite being clearly terrified, Sansa refuses to give Joffrey the satisfaction of scaring her and continues to firmly pledge her loyalty. Annoyed, he reluctantly concedes to his mother's insistence that they need Sansa alive, lowering the crossbow and ordering her to stand. 041b061a72