Telltale Games is laying off 90 people, or about 25% of its staff, the company said today. “The decision is designed to make the company, a leader in player-driven narrative games, more competitive as a developer and publisher of groundbreaking story-driven gaming experiences with an emphasis on high quality in the…
Telltale has three new game seasons in the works, the company said today. There’s a new Batman starting in August and sequels to The Wolf Among Us and The Walking Dead coming in 2018. Here’s hoping they’re... different.
Episode Two of Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy, “Under Pressure,” will be available June 6. Enjoy having that song in your head all day; I know I will.
Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy gets its first episode, “Tangled Up In Blue,” April 18. It’s coming to consoles, computers, and mobile.
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.
Telltale CEO Kevin Bruner stepped down from his position this week, sources tell Kotaku. Bruner helped found the longrunning studio, which is best known for developing adventure games based on popular franchises like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.
Marvel Games isn’t forcing its developers to tie their video games into existing Marvel Cinematic Universe storylines. This might sound weird, given how interconnected the MCU has been over the past decade, but it’s actually a blessing in disguise.
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…
Over the last few months, development studio Telltale Games have been radically re-configuring key parts of the Batman mythos to give players a shockingly different take on the Dark Knight. It all comes to a head in the final chapter of Batman: The Telltale Series, which puts a capstone on a very good portrayal of…
The fifth episode of Telltale’s Batman, “City of Light,” will be available on all platforms December 13th. “City of Light” is the season finale.
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.
Tonight at The Game Awards, a short teaser revealed that Telltale’s next big licensed adventure game will be based on Guardians of the Galaxy. Before I play it, I’m gonna need a security band, a quarnex battery, and that guy’s prosthetic leg.
For the past three months, game development studio Telltale has delivered shocking, clever twists in each episode of their Batman video game. But despite the appearance of the Dark Knight’s archenemy, that doesn’t happen in this week’s episode four of Batman: The Telltale Series.
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.
In most versions of the Batman mythos, Bruce Wayne fights crime to avenge the sudden, senseless murder of his parents. The Dark Knight who stars in Batman: The Telltale Series has a backstory that’s surprisingly twisted.
Telltale’s Batman will get its second episode, “Children of Arkham,” on September 20th.
The new Batman series from adventure game specialists Telltale starts out OK, but in technical terms—at least on PC—the game is a mess.
Telltale’s The Walking Dead is back for a third season this Fall. Here’s the first (short) trailer.
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.