We knew it was coming but now it's confirmed. During a panel at the South by Southwest event (usually shortened to SXSW) Telltale Games made it known that a third season of The Walking Dead will be arriving for home consoles and PC.
Despite still not having a release date attached to the project, it looks like we might not have too much longer to wait before Telltale Games’ latest project, Tales from the Boarderlands, gets released upon the masses. Judging by the recently released gameplay trailer, it looks like everything’s coming along quite nicely.
Psychiatrists dive into the human mind (figuratively, of course) in the hopes of helping their patients heal. In Ether One, recently announced to be heading to the PlayStation 4, your job will be to take that practice into literal territory, actually entering the human mind in an attempt to help those in need.
A new video walkthrough guide has appeared for TellTale Games' The Walking Dead Season 2. The game has just launched today and brings with it tons of new adventure gaming experiences and mature-themed content that you have grown to expect and love from the multiplatform point-and-click title.
Coming out in the twilight of the PlayStation 2/Xbox era, Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure was an interesting breed of game, offering great music and fun gameplay in a package that was, well, headed up by a dude best known for his clothing line. Apparently there’s a follow-up on the way and, to prepare, the folks responsible for the game have finally brought it to Steam.
Fans of modern takes on classic genres are set to have a happy holiday as Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse is set to launch on Dec. 4. It’s going to sport a “cliffhanger ending,” however, setting the stage for an Episode Two to follow early in 2014.
Word on the street is that you're looking for a way to play Telltale's latest adventure game, The Wolf Among Us while you're riding the bus or sitting on the toilet. Well, we've got a bit of insider information that might tickle your fancy. Keep this on the download, okay, but it looks like TWAU is headed to the PlayStation Vita sometime this fall.
Do you like games? Obviously, or else you wouldn't be wasting your time on this page. Do you like adventure titles? Perhaps, maybe that's why you're checking out this article for the point-and-click adventure game from Geeta Games called Lilly Looking Through. You like DRM-free gaming? Well, PC gamers wouldn't pirate games if they didn't like DRM-free games. Do you want a DRM-free copy of Lilly Looking Through? I think the answer to that is obvious.
Oftentimes it's stated that the average AAA game middles out to around $25 million when it comes to development costs. The lower end of the AAA development costs start at $10 million and the ceiling, so far, has been set by Rockstar at $265 million for Grand Theft Auto V. Well, for one of the movie-oriented AAA titles due out this fall, Beyond: Two Souls, the development costs were quite moderate, making out at the $27 million mark.
Being the son of one of the brightest detectives known to man, it should come as no surprise that young Alfendi Layton has followed in his father’s footsteps, now pursuing a life of solving crimes. And now more mobile gamers than ever can follow Alfendi on his latest cases as Layton Brothers Mystery Room finally makes its way to Android.
Geeta Games' Lilly Looking Through is a throwback to the bygone era of the point-and-click adventure games that flooded and enticed the market during the 90s boom era of gaming... also known as the Golden Age of gaming. The title aims to rekindle the nostalgia of old while bridging in aesthetics, visuals and technology from the new.
So, what do you think hell would be like if Satan upchucked and left the party to go elsewhere? Who would take over? What would the nine circles be like? What would they become? All these theologically brain-teasing questions get answered while peppered with laughs in the upcoming point-and-click adventure game, Go To Hell Dave.
One of the things you probably did (or didn't) know about the recent indie RPG Cube World is that the voxel-based game sports destructible environments. It's not easy to wreck the world and bring it to its knees, but some of the bosses seem to be able to do so in both an entertaining and frightening fashion.
A new game from Quarantine Studios called NoseBound is inbound, and it's a unique looking title that combines some of the old-school noir charm from the black and white movie era, with a bit of the steampunk aesthetic to give it a very original feel.
Remember Zeliard? That somewhat Zelda-style side-scrolling game where you played that little dude trying to save the princess who was turned to stone? Well, a game from Discord Games called Chasm is designed in a similar vein to Zeliard and it's as charming as it is delightfully addictive to watch.