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A bite-sized chunk of The Walking Dead: The Game.
Five teasers? Come on!
The stop-gap may have been revealed
Third time’s the charm?
Just what the hell is it?
Please, just give us more.
If you haven’t played it yet, head right directly to your local game shop.
Who’s afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
Telltale absolutely nail the humour and visuals – don’t they always? – and you’ll definitely get your money’s worth out of your time with Poker Night 2, just don’t go in expecting something you’ll be playing for longer than a few weeks.
Who doesn’t love a bit of Poker? Especially when no real-money is involved, and it’s purely for fun. Oh, and contains much loved video game characters such as ClapTrap, Brock Samson, Sam, Ash Williams and GLaDOS?
Activision have retained the rights to publish games based on the classic Sierra adbenture game series King’s Quest.
Featuring cast members from movies, games and TV, Telltale Games has announced Poker Night 2.
On The Dirtsheet this week, Telltale Games announce the official title for their Fables game and Hideo Kojima confirms Metal Gear Solid V
Telltale’s adaptation of Fables now has an official name in The Wolf Among Us.
On a week where Survival Instinct is the topic of discussion, it’s been revealed that Telltale’s The Walking Dead is coming to Vita
Telltale has been revealing some information for season two of their award winning series The Walking Dead
Although they’ve been going for quite some time, The Walking Dead propelled Telltale into the limelight like never before, so it was with pleasure that we recently had chance to catch up with Kevin Boyle (executive producer) and Kevin Bruner (co-founder, executive producer) at the studio.
Telltale are to release more content for The Walking Dead, but it won’t be part of Season 2.
Like all good horror stories, The Walking Dead taps into a primal human fear. It’s a zombie story, and like many zombie stories, it doesn’t exploit our fear of death so much as our fear that all our earthly struggles are futile.