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Telltale reveals release date for Batman’s second episode

Telltale has revealed the release date for Batman: The Telltale Series — Episode Two: Children of Arkham. The date? September 20th. Continue reading Telltale reveals release date for Batman’s second episode

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The Endless Possibilities of Stranger Things: The Video Game

For those unaware, Netflix recently dropped a major nostalgia bomb on their streaming service called Stranger Things. Created by the identical Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things is a loving mashup of every 80’s movie you might’ve loved as a kid, from The Goonies and E.T., to Stephen King adaptations like It and Stand By Me. Infusing childhood innocence with supernatural occurrences, this mix makes for an incredibly thrilling 8-part television series — and could also be a pretty kick-ass game. Let me tell you how!

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Batman: The Telltale Series Episode One release date announced.

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. Continue reading Batman: The Telltale Series Episode One release date announced.

Batman: The Telltale Series gets release window

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.  Continue reading Batman: The Telltale Series gets release window

The Walking Dead: Michonne Review

NOT DEAD YET

Telltale Games has most notably built its name on games like Tales from the Borderlands and The Wolf Among Us, amongst a few others more recently. One franchise Telltale has returned to more frequently than the rest is its Walking Dead series, and that’s no surprise considering the critical and commercial success the developer has found in that zombie-ridden-verse. So for some, the release of a mini-series set far away from the characters in Telltale’s established plot may seem like a cash-grab. When we notice that The Walking Dead: Michonne is only three episodes long, as opposed to the five to six episode seasons we’ve become accustomed to, brows start to furrow in dim expectation.

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Game of Thrones: The Ice Dragon Review

“… OR YOU DIE”

The season finale to Telltale GamesGame of Thrones may seem like culmination of all choices players have made in the past five episodes, but the biggest impacts to the world are primarily based on the decisions made in the last. While the story ends a little sooner for some of the Forrester bloodline, for better or worse, it is certainly not complete for the players who have followed these characters through a six episode season.
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Tales from the Borderlands Episode Five: Vault of the Traveler

“HELL OF A LOT OF MONITORS IN THIS PLACE”

WARNING: SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR ALL BORDERLANDS TITLES (WITH MINIMAL SPOILERS FOR EPISODE FIVE).

The glorious journey that is Telltale Games’s Tales from the Borderlands has finally come to its conclusion. The journey is one well worth travelling, and the end result is one truly worth experiencing.
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