One of the most-invoked psychological readings of the Batman/Joker relationship is that the Dark Knight’s existence summons his archenemy into being. Various stories have had different takes on it over the years, some positing that the Joker persona was always going to emerge in Gotham. The new episode of the Batman:…
When adventure game studio Telltale laid off around 90 employees earlier this month, the company’s art team took a hit. Here’s a selection of amazing work produced by those affected, covering games/series like The Walking Dead, Batman, Minecraft and Tales From The Borderlands.
Episode three of Batman: The Enemy Within delivers a compellingly sympathetic portrait of a character that we’ve been trained to immediately hate on sight.
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…
The latest episode of Telltale Games’ Batman: The Enemy Within has been updated, replacing artwork that included an image of assassinated Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov. The new artwork appears to be a cropped version of the original.
The latest episode of Batman: The Telltale Series looks to use a photo of assassinated Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov to depict the aftermath of a Gotham robbery.
We finally get to see how Telltale Games re-imagines Harleen Quinzel in episode two of Batman: The Enemy Within. The ultra-popular character is planning plunder on an epic scale with a gang of vicious supervillains. Oh, and the guy who we all know is going to be the Joker is deep in a major crush on her.
Telltale Games’ ongoing creation of its own unique Dark Knight continuity—which began with last year’s Batman: The Telltale Series—has been fascinating to play through. The changes made to the people in Bruce Wayne’s double life have been surprisingly dramatic and the best one may be yet to come.
There’s a meddlesome good-thing/bad-thing dynamic I experienced as I sat down with the next installment of Telltale’s Batman video game series: I kept waiting to be shocked. Then when the shock came, I wished it hadn’t happened at all.
Last year, Telltale Games’ episodic Batman game confidently carved its own unique interpretation of the Dark Knight mythos by shaking things up and doing the unexpected. The new trailer for the Bat-sequel teases more of the same.
Nobody, I guess. We’re all just very impressed by Jay’s cosplay of the character, as he appears in Telltale’s Fables adventure series.
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…
I feel like I’ve just spent two hours poring over the first issue of a Guardians of the Galaxy limited series while listening to classic rock. It’s a good feeling.
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.
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.
This first episode of Telltales take on both sides of Bruce Wayne arrives early next month. The release date arrives with the game’s first trailer, hitting all the bat beats comic book fans are familiar with.
Telltale just released the first screens and details on Batman: The Telltale Series, which debuts this summer.
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.
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.
Telltale’s announced their three-part Walking Dead mini-series will premiere on February 23 on every platform but mobile, where it hits on February 25. The whole series will cost you $15. The other Michonne-focused episodes will come out in March and April. Is Telltale getting on a normal release schedule?!