I am vengeance. I am the knight. I. Am. DabigRG!
I am the terror that flaps in the night. I am eviction notice that seals your unpaid rent. I am DabiiiiiiiiigRG!
So, who knows how many months ago it was now, I bought Telltale Batman Season 1 from either Wal-mart or Gamestop, most likely the former. I'll be honest: I was kinda airy on paying that much attention to the existence of other Telltale games for a while and Telltale Batman in particular was one I actively had no interest in looking at. I know it was something of a artifact genre to begin with, but when it comes to franchises that could potentially be made a point and click adventure title in this decade, Batman was certainly not one of them.
However, when it was going around that there was a Season 2, with numerous commercials, reviewers, and even some otherwise biting Telltale fans saying it was really good, I couldn't ignore that and seIt about to prepare to play them for myself. Of course, as I've openly stated before, just because I bought Season 1 didn't mean I was gonna play it any time soon--my diligence in actually getting to it was even lower than many other things that was victim to my bizarre procrastination. Plus, I had other games, like Sonic Forces, Dragonball Fighter Z, and poetically enventual, the Wolf Among Us that took priority across the [remaining?] semester.
Well, as you can no doubt assume now, I finally buckled down and started it at the start of the New Year. I finished Episode 1 by the evening(more on that later) and intend to play Episode 2 tomorrow, with the possibility of finishing the game by the end of the week. So, as I did with the Wolf Among Us, I will be posting reviewing and chronicled impressions for each episode as I go through the Season. My thoughts on Episode 1 will hopefully be up before this time tomorrow night.