The folks who’ve made episodic classics based on Borderlands, Fables and The Walking Dead are taking on the Dark Knight.
Surprisingly nobody, Telltale is working on a second season of their Game of Thrones series, according to an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Don’t read that interview if you haven’t finished the finale; it’s full of spoilers!
Tales from the Borderlands’ finale was one hell of a ride. With a veritable bouquet of guns to your head, what choices did you make?
The season finale of Telltale’s Game of Thrones series will drop on November 17, according to a tweet from the company.
The reveal of Minecraft: Story Mode was met with a lot of internet skepticism in 2014—could a narrative-driven take even work for such an open-ended exploration game? I’ve played through the first episode of the new series, and can say with confidence that yes, actually, a story fits Minecraft pretty damn well.
Telltale’s announced the season finale for Tales From The Borderlands will be released on October 20, starting with PC, Mac, PS4, and PS3. It hits October 21 on Xbox One and Xbox 360, October 22 on iOS and Android. Additionally, the first episode is now free for console and mobile players.
Yesterday I talked about a very heavy moment in the latest Tales from the Borderlands episode. Today, I bring you a polka-dotted clown hanky to dry your tears.
Wow, I can’t say I was expecting that. Even if you’re just a fan of Borderlands—not Tales from the Borderlands, specifically—this is a big one.
Tales from the Borderlands episode three is out, and it’s good. Really good.
Marvel has announced a partnership with Telltale Games. They hope to develop a game series that will premiere in 2017. What this series will be is a mystery!
I've always said that the best thing about Telltale games isn't QTE-heavy action or near-pornographic dedication to depictions of bad things happening to good people. It's disarmingly intimate character moments. Tales from the Borderlands episode two is chock full of them.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, but little examined, that Telltale's games have issues.
Nothing's easy in Westeros. There are no simple decisions, no sure outcomes, and just when you think you've made the right call, something unexpected turns up and kills you.
Are you having save-game trouble with Telltale's Game of Thrones? We've seen reports that Xbox One players are unable to carry over their choices from episode one, but I'm on Xbox One and didn't have any problems. If you've had issues, let us know.
Game of Thrones finally has a good video game series, with solid cameos by some of the TV show's most memorable ladies and gents, to boot. With episode two out, many of the major players—Jon Snow included—have made their polygonal debuts. But do they actually look... right? Let's find out.
There was a time when "Telltale" was just a game studio. But over the last few years, fueled by the success of 2012 Game of the Year contender The Walking Dead, it's become shorthand for a whole genre. That genre is in desperate need of a viable competitor to spur Telltale to fix some annoying, perennial flaws.
Hope you're ready for more tears. Episode Two of Telltale's Game of Thrones series will be out the first week of February for all platforms, the developer announced today. PS3/PS4/PC/Mac on Tuesday, February 3; Xbox 360/Xbox One on Wednesday, February 4; iOS/Android on Thursday, Ferbuary 5. Episode One was great, so…
Nobody expected Telltale to announce a "narrative driven" take on Minecraft this morning. Thing is, while seemingly everyone loves playing Minecraft, nobody is playing the game because of the story. That's exactly what's causing the partnership between Telltale and Minecraft to look like it's coming from left field.
Minecraft is getting a story, and it'll be told through the lens of a narrative-driven game by Telltale.