Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy The Telltale Series video game was confirmed today during The Game Awards presentation
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Batman The Telltale Series offers you a chance to be as brutal or as nonlethal as you want to play with 'consequences' factoring into the outcome of the story when it finally unfolds.
During The Game Awards 2015 Telltale Games announced they will release a new Batman game in 2016.
Lead Designers Sean Vanaman and Jake Rodkin sit down with AJ LoCascio in the first episode of Playing Dead - the topic of conversation is what exactly Telltale’s upcoming game based on the Robert Kirkman comic ‘Walking Dead‘ is. The game is based on the comic rather than the AMC TV show. Taking place in [...]
The Walking Dead A New Frontier review which is the newest installment (season 3) from the popular Telltale games series based on the comic books.
August is generally the 'calm before the storm' in the video game release schedule with only a handful of notable titles that stand out.
I really cannot stress enough that if you like Borderlands or Telltale games, this is really a can’t miss to buy the full 5 episode arc now and just enjoy the ride.
If you are a fan of the Borderlands franchise or the Telltale adventure game model, I cannot recommend this title enough.
The Order you might be disappointed at what you find for gameplay, but at least it's not bad gameplay.
Tales from the Borderlands, Episode 1: Zer0 Sum is a wonderful ride full of laughs and enjoyable set pieces.
The improved graphics bring the classic up to speed for both new audiences who may not have been around when it initially hit stores shelves almost 20 years ago.
Dec 2014 highlights are The Crew from Ubisoft, Game of Thrones A Telltale Game Series and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.
Those that come to Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey ready to experience an intriguing story filled with drama and Cthulhu knock-knock jokes will absolutely love it. Everyone else might just want to go back to sleep.
Overall episode two has easily topped episode one and the series continues to build momentum towards some devastating conclusion down the road.
I won't spoil too much of season 1 here, but as it ended we were left with Clementine on her own. All-in-all the first episode is very solid and feels like the studio is picking up right where the last season left off.
Telltale Games always had some fun point and click style adventure games, but it wasn't until last year's The Walking Dead that the studio really hit it big. Telltale's take on the graphic novel-turned TV show surprised everyone and mopped up game of the year nominations and wins and was widely considered one of the [...]
With The Walking Dead Season 1 finished and season 2 yet to be released, Tealltale Games is giving fans a little something to hold them over. 400 Days is a new DLC add-on for the incredibly popular first season of the Walking Dead point and click adventure game. A single episode comprised of five separate [...]
Sony came out swinging in last night's E3 press conference and might have just "won" E3. After Microsoft's event earlier in the day (and the announcement that the Xbox One would cost $499) Sony needed very little help to make sure people saw that they were indeed a gaming machine first, and to rebut a [...]
Episode 5 "No Time Left" brings Telltale Games' Walking Dead Season One to its tragic end. Following tradition Telltale has put together some spoiler heavy statistics on the game tracked player decisions. Everything you've been through over the previous four episodes comes to a head in episode 5. The "choose your own adventure" nature of [...]
2012 was a dynamic year for the video game player -- we saw many groundbreaking titles released, many hyped games delayed into 2013 and most recently the release of a new console in the Nintendo Wii U. Being a gamer has never been more satisfying with so many options on the console systems, windows/mac and [...]