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.
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.
One of the best ways to entice potential customers to try your product is to give out a free sample. The tactic is used everywhere from the street corner to the grocery store. Telltale Games puts this strategy to use as Tales from the Borderlands wraps up its episodic adventure.
Currently, Telltale Games is a titan of the video game industry. Their games are met with both critical and commercial favor, and the fans always seem to be hungry for more.
As if Telltale Games hasn’t given fans enough content to be happy with, a new partnership was just announced for the thriving development team.
If you thought March would come to a close without the release of the next episode in Telltale Games‘ Game of Thrones, then you were sorely mistaken.
In a statement from Telltale’s new CEO, Kevin Bruner, it was revealed that Telltale is working on a new IP.
Telltale Games has released the “Telltale Games Collection” on Xbox Live for $110, or $55 if you have Xbox Live Gold.
Telltale has added yet another episodic game onto its busy schedule and it’s one of the most successful games of all-time, Minecraft.