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With The Walking Dead: Michonne wrapping up and releasing soon, it’s only natural to assume that everyone’s focus will shift to the next season in the game series, The Walking Dead Season 3. While Season 2 left everyone with a whirlwind of endings, creator Robert Kirkman has hinted that Season 3 could involve an older version of Clementine.
Today, The Walking Dead Developer Telltale Games announced on Twitter that their new publishing company, Telltale Publishing, will be announcing a new project tomorrow that they’ve been working on with a secret partner developer.
Developer Telltale Games has been busy lately with the The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries and their newest Batman game coming sometime this year, but you know fans have been wondering when the next actual season of The Walking Dead series will release. We can now say that season 3 will be releasing sometime this year.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about director Hideo Kojima over the years, it’s that the dude loves to tease things. He’s like an adorable, brilliant child who wants everyone to know that he’s got a secret. So when he posts a picture of a seemingly casual meeting with Walking Dead star and lead in Kojima’s recently cancelled game, Norman Reedus, you can imagine that the rumor mill hopped into full swing.
Telltale Games has been busy working on bringing The Walking Dead fans a new installment into the overwhelmingly successful game series. With the release nearing just around the corner, Telltale has gifted us with six brief minutes of gore and action in The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries.
Regardless of what anyone else has said, video games are an art form. And sometimes when an art form is powerful enough, it can move us in ways we never thought we could be moved. WARNING: SPOILERS.
Overkill Software, a subsidiary of Starbreeze Studios, announced that Overkill's The Walking Dead won't be be released in 2016. Instead it's been announced that the game will launch in the second half of 2017 for a global release, including one in Asia thanks to a $40 million investment by Smilegate.
Telltale Games have taken it upon themselves to continue to pump out more Walking Dead games. Their latest take on the popular series from creator Robert Kirkman focuses on the samurai-sword wielding zombie killer, Michonne.
The latest entry in the Walking Dead's video game series is No Man's Land, and it's a mobile offering. The first trailer for No Man's Land is a look at the gritty world of the massively popular series that follows the zombie apocalypse.
Fans of the Telltale adventure game The Walking Dead will have to wait a long time for Season 3. However, Telltale might releasing something else in the Walking Dead universe to tide us over.
Overkill's The Walking Dead has had its release platforms confirmed. The new shooter will be released on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and for PC in 2016. The new game has been kept under wraps for quite some time and Overkill Software is playing it awfully close to the chest regarding the game's content.
Shambling masses of braindead zombies seem to be everywhere these days and, later this year, that will include “in your pocket” as developer Next Games has announced the impending launch of its mobile survivor adventure, The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land.
Leave it to the gaming community to take something like LittleBigPlanet and use it to recreate AMC's The Walking Dead>. That's exactly what happened when PSN user Blackbeltnick95 managed to create a side-scrolling, adventure-shooting rendition of the show.
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.
If you've been clamoring for more info on Starbeeze and Overkill Software's upcoming The Walking Dead game, then you've just hit a small jackpot. Some new details have emerged for the upcoming action title from the Payday 2 developers.