Tony Soprano

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  1. Telltale's Game of Thrones: Spoilers Are Coming

    It doesn't really have to be about the Forresters. If it's commercially successful, I think a new season is pretty much a given. The Walking Dead didn't need a second season either, but that didn't stop them - they're even making the third one right now. Another season of The Wolf Among Us is all but confirmed as well, so I wouldn't be surprised if Game of Thrones got the same treatment.
  2. Telltale's Game of Thrones: Spoilers Are Coming

    I've played Telltale's other series as well, but so far, none of them have made me feel like I fucked up bad as much as this one. I swear, everything I do just makes things worse for the characters. I try to be good, I really do my best, but it always ends up blowing up in my face. What stood out to me in particular was losing the betrothal to Elaena. I mean, it's clear they both love each other, how could I have messed up so bad that they end up breaking up? Why can't these two crazy kids just be happy?! But hey, at least Rodrik's alive, so that's good. I guess. I hope my choices don't end up killing him for real. And Asher was, um...interesting? I'm not a fan of any Essos POVs in the books, but Asher's parts were surprisingly cool.
  3. Telltale's Game of Thrones: Spoilers Are Coming

    And here's our first look at the second episode, The Lost Lords, which is coming February 3rd.
  4. Telltale's Game of Thrones: Spoilers Are Coming

    Yes. I was pretty butthurt the last time Telltale did stuff like this in The Walking Dead, but I dunno, I didn't really mind this time around. I'd like it a lot more if you could influence the story to a greater extent, à la (off the top of my head) Heavy Rain or Mass Effect, but I suppose this makes sense considering the game is part of an already established and ongoing story, so you can't really leave important stuff for the players to decide cause you're eventually gonna reach the canon/non-canon debate. Also, any info on whether or not Kit Harrington is voicing Jon in Episode 2? Or anyone else playing the Night's Watch characters?
  5. Telltale's Game of Thrones: Spoilers Are Coming

    Y'know, looking back, I really wish there were other contenders I could have picked as Sentinel. Picking Alliser Thorne was definitely a bad idea, judging by the shitstorm that happened in my game, but I doubt Duncan the Hippie would have fared any better. When I first played as Ethan, I thought the best pick would be the maester henceforth known as Two-Face, but that wouldn't have been the brightest idea ever. Hell, even Talia would have been a better choice than these two. Also, I'm really looking forward to seeing Asher, he sounds like an awesome character. How did he incite a revolt again?
  6. Telltale's Game of Thrones: Spoilers Are Coming

    Yep, I took both, figured I could use the seal to maybe forge a letter or something like that, but I guess it was too late by that point. And no, she didn't notice the missing stuff on the table, just told me about how Joffrey refused her plea for help. Oh, and here are my other choices. When in doubt, do as Stannis would.
  7. Telltale's Game of Thrones: Spoilers Are Coming

    I called Ramsay 'Lord Snow' and got stabbed in the throat. At least the playable characters don't have plot armor, so that's kind of a plus. Wasn't it obvious that the servant boy is one of Varys' little birds? He's constantly snooping around and saying what a master eavesdropper he is, so I'd say it fits the profile. I didn't turn down his offer for help, but I did ask Sera to leave before speaking to Margaery. I might not be able to get away from Varys' spies, but you can be damn sure I won't let anyone spy on me to Cersei or whoever else Sera will end up working for. Yeah, I'm pretty sure she'll stab me in the back at some point. As for the second part, I was really surprised to see that only about 25% of the players sticked with the other squire instead of trying to save Lord Forrester. That guy had maybe a minute of screentime, but I really liked him. I was sad to see him go so early on. Cersei mentioned wanting to take away the ironwood from House Forrestor as punishment for their treachery, and later Tyrion said that's the Master of Coin's prerogative, so I'd say that's reason enough for him to be there.
  8. The Shield (Spoilers abound)

    This just might be the best show I've ever watched, but I can't bring myself to finish it. The ending of Season Five came out of nowhere, it was so shocking that I really needed to take a break after watching it. And then I never picked it up again. But yeah, I've never been affected as much as I was by that thing. Did anyone else feel an urge to curl up into a ball and cry?
  9. Fargo- the TV series

    Molly was mean spirited? How, exactly? I'd say she was very naive at the start, but as the show progressed, she kind of grew out of it. She just realized she's dealing with a hardened killer and I think it's pretty natural for someone in law enforcement to wanna catch a guy like that. Sure, Malvo may have been an interesting character, but I doubt you'd feel sympathetic to him, or Lester, if he were an actual person.
  10. Fargo- the TV series

    Aaaand here's the official confirmation for Season 2. Glad that finally happened.
  11. Fargo- the TV series

    And now I"m officially caught up. I really, really like this show. The talent involved is great, but Billy Bob Thornton just blows everybody out of the park. I feel bad for liking a guy whose only goal in life is to screw other people over. The last episode was...pretty damn weird. Where the hell did the fish come from? Also, I don't think we've seen the end of Dennis' storyline yet. Sure, he's dead, but anyone with half a brain can see that it wasn't a suicide. The cop who said it was suicide-by-cop is an idiot.
  12. Fargo- the TV series

    I was just looking for a way to work in a Fargo movie reference. :mellow: Watch it because it's one of the best movies ever made. But the story of the show has literally nothing to do with that of the movie.
  13. Fargo- the TV series

    Well, that was a pretty good premiere. I loved the part where Lorne Malvo just messed with people's lives for no reason. And by that, I mean I loved the whole episode. Especially when he called Sam Hess' son. Speaking of, I'm not the only one who thinks Malvo is this show's version of Anton Chigurh, right? North Dakota? What the heck do ya mean?! It's Minnesota. Get yer facts straight, for Pete's sake.
  14. Fargo- the TV series

    Fargo on TV? The heck do ya mean? Oh ya, you betcha this is gonna be good! Also, congrats to SSW!
  15. The Hateful Eight- Tarantino's New Movie

    You had me at Christoph Waltz. I'm so glad he and Tarantino are working on another project again, they're an amazing duo. I'll never get tired of the guy.