If you haven't tried The Walking Dead or Wolf Among Us and own a current-gen system, you'll have your chance soon enough. Telltale has given us more hints as to when each will release on the PS4 and Xbox One, with Walkin...
Telltalle has been a busy beehive lately. Having wrapped up The Walking Dead Season 2 and season one of The Wolf Among Us, this fall will bring us right into the first episode of Tales from the Borderlands. Darren seemed positive on the game when he saw it at E3, but for a series like Borderlands that built its name more on its genre fusion gameplay than it's setting, I didn't know what to expect or hope for going into this demo.
After it was over, I came out with confirmation that Telltale is still the best at what it does.
Zen Studios has been quite busy the past few years expanding its line of pinball tables; most of which have been in the form of licensed Marvel and Star Wars tables. There have been videogame-themed tables in the past --...
I really enjoyed watching Clementine's tale unfold over the course of The Walking Dead Season 2. It managed to establish a different tone than the first season, which makes them rather hard to compare bit by bit.
But in terms of delivering a suspenseful, emotional finale, I think Lee's final outing takes the cake. Season 2's No Going Back is the last time we'll see Clementine for a while, but for the most part the episode deals with many of the same themes we've seen in her adventures so far.
Not that it's a bad thing, mind you -- just don't go in expecting it to blow your mind.
This will spoil season 2 for you up to this point. If you're not caught up (like me), don't watch.
Otherwise, get excited about "No Way Back," the final episode in season 2 of The Walking Dead. Can it live up to the first season's strong finale?
"No Way Back" hits PC/Mac and North American PS3/Vita on August 26; Xbox 360 and European PS3/Vita on August 27; iOS on August 28.
The Walking Dead pinball table for Zen Pinball was announced back in June, but now we've got a concrete release date: August 26. Zen Studios and Telltale Games have collaborated closely to incorporate the choice-driven style ...
While we wait for the last episode in season two of The Walking Dead adventure game, Telltale president Kevin Bruner and Walking Dead writer Robert Kirkman have gone ahead and confirmed at Comic-Con (and on Twitter) that there will be a third season.
I wonder if that gives clues on how the last episode might play out.
The first season of The Wolf Among Us may be over, but there's still one more trailer to indulge in. The quotes included in Episode 5's accolades trailer are technically only about Cry Wolf, but they seem pretty universal as far as the season goes. Tour de force? Genuinely moving? One hell of a ride? Yeah, that sounds like The Wolf Among Us in a nutshell.
The last episode of The Walking Dead was probably my favorite one yet -- and that's including all of Lee's tale from the first season. Clem has made the switch from tough to full-on badass depending on your choices, and it's clear that she is fully a part of some of the horrific life-or-death choices in the world.
Clem can no longer hold onto her innocence and fall back on her young appearance -- at this point, many decisions have been made that cannot be taken back, and the rest of the group is starting to notice it. That hook right there is what makes Amid the Ruins such a great tale, even if it doesn't have the same wow factor as its predecessor.
Two more episodes to go for season two of The Walking Dead. Won't be long now.
This season's fourth episode, Amid the Ruins, releases next week. PC, Mac, and PS3/PS Vita (in North America) get it first on July 22. A day late...
You'd be pretty hard-pressed to find many that don't like Telltale Games' The Wolf Among Us. In fact, one of the most often expressed complaints about it is that people don't like having to wait for the next episode to releas...
The Wolf Among Us has been one hell of a ride. Although Tellltale's The Walking Dead managed to craft a grimdark world worth seeing time and time again, Wolf has a more nuanced take, with larger-than-life fairy tale characters who have decidedly human problems.
All of it comes to an end here with Cry Wolf, the last episode of the series. While I'll refrain from spoiling anything in particular, I will say that is indeed a satisfying conclusion.
After a long wait since the series' launch back in October 2013, we're finally going to see the conclusion of Bigby Wolf's story in The Wolf Among Us: Cry Wolf. Dropping on July 8th on PS3 and PC for $4.99 (or part of the $24.99 Season Pass), you'll be able to take part in the final confrontation, which will no doubt bring some of the toughest choices yet.
The Xbox 360 version will arrive on July 9th, and if you're playing along on iOS, that version will be released on July 10th. Expect a full review near launch.
Amazon has updated the listings for next-gen versions of the first and second seasons of Telltale's The Walking Dead. Both will be sold separately for the whopping price of $30.
Considering that both seasons could have been h...
Since its reveal at last year's VGX show, information on Tales from the Borderlands has been trickling out. With a launch planned for this fall, the Telltale adventure game set in Gearbox's kooky shooter universe is finally ready to show. At E3, Telltale is doing hands-off demonstrations of the first episode, focusing on one of the two protagonists, Rhys.
In the first episode, we begin to learn a bit about Rhys, including his motivations for embarking on adventure, how his control of a Hyperion Loader Bot comes into play, and what the deal is with his heterochromia iridum. Spoiler: it's probably not genetic.
A lot of developers have been giving fans a heads-up lately about what will not be at E3, and Telltale is the latest one to do so. According to a tweet from Telltale's Job Stauffer, we won't be getting new Game of Throne...