TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN The latest episode of Batman: The Telltale Series recently released, but does it soar to new heights or plummet to the grimy streets of Gotham?
“WE’RE LIKE FAMILY!” Episode two of Batman: The Telltale Series has released, finally continuing this all-new take on DC Comics’ immensely popular character. The first episode was good, but does the follow-up fare better?
PUT A DENT IN CRIME Batman is a character of near endless possibilities, with a variation for every color of the rainbow and beyond — including an actual rainbow Batman! Does Telltale Games’ iteration stand proudly among the best?
Telltale has revealed the release date for Batman: The Telltale Series — Episode Two: Children of Arkham. The date? September 20th.
Just a few days after Telltale announced that Batman: The Telltale Series — Episode One: Realm of Shadows was set to debut this August, the developer has announced a specific date: August 2nd.
Warner Bros. and Telltale Games have announced the upcoming Batman: A Telltale Game Series is set to premiere sometime in August digitally, followed by a retail release of September 13th. Unless you’re in Europe, in which case you will be waiting until September 16th for the physical version.
In the Telltale Games summer update, three new established IP’s will be getting new seasons.
Come and Get Your Love Marvel’s original Guardians of the Galaxy film was the snarky adrenaline shot that the Marvel Cinematic Universe needed. With a colorful cast of assholes brandishing hearts of gold, the team stood as a gateway into the wacky and wonderful reaches of the entertainment juggernaut’s bizarre universe. Telltale’s take on the … Continue reading Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Episode 1 Review
Personally, I find idioms to be a little old hat. There’s one I think Telltale Games could take heed to though, if I can bend their ear: too much of a good thing will kill you, or in this case, our excitement for their games.
The next Telltale Game of Thrones episode is sneaking up on us, Dragon Age: Inquisition’s first DLC has been announced, and there’s big Nintendo news coming! Can you handle it?! Not to mention the rather well-put opinions of CEO Satoru Iwata on the label “Free to Play.” It can’t all be good news, however, as … Continue reading It’s All About the Dates, Nintendo, and Batman