The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is a series defined by contradiction. The third season of Telltale’s successful narrative game franchise, which comes to a close this week with the release of final episode “From The Gallows,” is full of interesting characters the player won’t care about. It’s painfully human but…
Telltale’s The Walking Dead latest season started off strong. The newest episode attempts to up the stakes further with new characters and tough decisions. But that might not be enough to make up for a stale format.
This is migrimes615 with some excellent Walking Dead cosplay, from the outfit to the hair to the distant look in his eyes that says “this drawn-out television series has run aground please send help”.
I’m a staunch defender of Telltale’s The Walking Dead’s less popular second season. It served as a sort of zombie bildungsroman for Clementine, a coming of age story after the end. But for all the season’s strong character beats, it lacked a sense of forward momentum. The third season, A New Frontier, breathes some…
Welcome to the first annual Toy Time Holiday Gift Spectacular, with special guests Batman, Spike the Dragon, The Walking Dead, Transformers and more. These are the toys and collectibles that would have made my Christmas list, were they not already sitting right over there.
During the Game Awards, Telltale showed off The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. The trailer stars Javier, a young man who ultimately meets up with a grizzled-as-hell looking Clementine... after killing his zombified dad. A New Frontier kicks off on December 20.
Season Three of Telltale’s The Walking Dead, titled “A New Frontier,” will premiere December 20th on all major platforms and mobile devices. A retail disc will be available February 7.
Looks like that HBO vs Game of Thrones video showdown set a precedent, because AMC has now threatened legal action against a Walking Dead fan community over spoilers related to unaired episodes of the zombie TV show.
Telltale’s The Walking Dead is back for a third season this Fall. Here’s the first (short) trailer.
This is Dutch cosplayer Sylvester Majoor as The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon (with a little help from some undead friends).
Over the course of three episodes, The Walking Dead: Michonne video game miniseries has homed in on the theme of regret. We live our lives haunted by old ones and try to make choices that won’t create new ones. But no matter what you do, it ultimately tells us, you can’t lock pain out of your life.
For more than a decade now, creator Robert Kirkman has been the primary creator of the Walking Dead, partnering with a select few artists to build out the bleak, incredibly successful comics series. Now, two more comics superstars have entered the zombie apocalypse with a beautiful side story that you can read from…
While playing the newest Walking Dead video game miniseries, it’s pretty easy to convince yourself that lead character Michonne will be okay no matter what scenarios unfold. But, she’s not okay and never will be because she’s a parent in a world gone wrong.
Telltale has announced a third season of The Walking Dead for later this year (via Mashable), in addition to new Minecraft episodes—three total—in 2016. The Walking Dead will reportedly pick up on threads from the last season, but in an “unexpected” way, whatever that means.
The next episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries will be out on March 29 for multiple platforms. Check out our thoughts on episode one here.
QUOTE | “[I]f it doesn’t make sense for the fans then you’re basically fucked. They’re gonna go to the App Store, give you one-star, and say, ‘This is not The Walking Dead.’” - Next Games CEO Teemu Huuhtanen, explaining how working with a brand sometimes has to limit larger business opportunities.
Months after the outbreak of The Walking Dead’s worldwide zombie apocalypse, calculating the number of possible survivors on the planet isn’t an easy task.
It’s weird to hear Michonne talk so much. But, man, the things I’m learning about The Walking Dead’s dreadlocked enigma rattle me even more than hearing her speak.