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TellTale Games has really been moving along with new content at a consistent rate. They seem to keep their fans itching for more while constantly pursuing something new. Their latest efforts, Tales From The Borderlands Episode 2: Atlas Mugged, is set to release on March 17th.
The Hunger Games books and films have made approximately eleventy billion dollars but for some reason, there's never been a serious effort at a Hunger Games video game. As of today, though, that seems much more likely.
Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series will continue in a matter of weeks. Telltale Games has sent out the trailer and release dates for Episode 2, entitled "The Lost Lords."
Sometimes there are some TV shows that could be fleshed out into something playable. Games HQ Media rolled out a quick list of 6 television shows that would make for great video games.
Well here's one way to lure in the non-shooter fans: bait them with a collection of award-winning adventure games. Better yet, it's not just a collection of award-winning adventure games, but the very latest and very best from Telltale Games.
One of the most critically acclaimed comic books released in recent times could become a game, according to the creator of the series. The name of the comic? Saga. And the writer believes that a development studio like TellTale Games would be perfectly suited to handle the material.
Here I was thinking nothing Telltale Games could possibly announce would surprise me and, this morning, the adventure game developer goes and reveals Minecraft: Story Mode – A Telltale Games Series. I stand corrected.
Telltale Games has revealed the release dates for their Game of Thrones game. The first episode, "Iron from Ice," will be rolling out to all platforms this week.
Whether you’re a Lannister or a Stark, chances are pretty good that you’re equally excited for Telltale Games’ upcoming adventure title based on Game of Thrones. Along with a new trailer showing off a few settings and character, the developer has now revealed that several key actors and actresses will reprise their roles in this latest take on the legendary fantasy series.
The first alleged screenshots from Telltale Games' Game of Thrones hit the Internet earlier today. They confirm that some notable characters from the television show will be making an appearance in the game.
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.
Telltale Games is about to end the first season of adventure game The Wolf Among Us. The fifth and final episode, "Cry Wolf," will launch on all platforms next week.
Perhaps one of my favorite hands-off experiences this E3 was Telltale’s demo for their up-coming Tales of the Borderlands, a new episodic game based on Gearbox’s co-op shooter series. While I was initially concerned by how much detail Telltale would be able to pull to fill their need for narrative, they quickly showed me just how rich the Borderlands series truly was.
As a person who spent six years of her life studying narrative design and literature, I’ve been a fan of Telltale Games since they released The Walking Dead. Until then I had never encountered another studio that so beautifully blended the scope of cinema and the emotions of narrative into a form of interactive entertainment. As a gamer and a writer, it was a match made in heaven.
The Walking Dead Season 2 will continue this week on PC, consoles and mobile devices. Telltale has released the official release dates for Episode 3 along with a new trailer.