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Submitted by Pozzle 477d ago | opinion piece

The Moral of The Wolf Among Us: Cynical or Pragmatic?

Paste: By their very definition, fables exist to educate the public. They provide life lessons that go back to the beginning of time: don’t lie, cheat, or steal; beauty is three-dimensional; build your houses out of bricks not hay; slow and steady wins the race. In the ultimate moments of episode five of The Wolf Among Us, when the Crooked Man was counting the ways I had failed Fabletown in a last-ditch effort to save his life, the only dialogue option that made sense to get the public back on my side was a simple, empty, “we will do better.” (PC, PS3, PS4, The Wolf Among Us Season 1, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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