After the downfall of Telltale Games and the resurrection from Skybound Games, we finally have Episode 3 this week for The Walking Dead: The Final Season However, something has already caught the eye of players that could be the news we've been waiting for on Episode 4 Below is a screenshot floating around on Reddit and[...]
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When all of the Telltale Games assets when up for grabs, some assumed we might finally get an answer as to when The Wolf Among Us: Season Two would happen But according to former Telltale employees, several members of the staff pretty much knew the game would never be released, even when it was announced[...]
Here's a brief joint quote sent out this morning about the new deal. credit//Telltale Games "The team at Epic owns a major chapter in the history of the game industry. We're excited to work together on their latest transformative event with the launch of the Epic Games Store. Epic stepped up to the plate immediately to work[...]
Some cool news for one of Telltale Games' former lead writers as Mary Kenney has officially joined up with Insomniac Games Kenney had a hand in more than one of the company's storylines from several of the IP's they worked on before everything went to hell Primarily for both Batman: The Enemy Within and The Walking Dead[...]
No idea if that team will be able to move onto other projects after this whole thing is over, but we do know that Episode 3 will be called "Broken Toys" and will be released on January 15th, 2019. credit//Skybound Games No word yet on Episode 4, or when the game will be opened back up for sale[...]
credit//Telltale Games While Telltale Games has closed down, Variety is reporting that the company's episodic point-and-click adventure series Minecraft: Story Mode is now on Netflix So you can enjoy Story Mode from the comfort of your nearest tablet, whenever you like And yes, it is still interactive. If you didn't play Minecraft: Story Mode this is the best chance you're[...]
People have been anxious to find out what the overall plans are for Telltale's The Walking Dead ever since Skybound Games took over the IP.
A lot of people have been curious as to what's happening with The Walking Dead: The Last Season since Skybound Games took over for Telltale.
Skybound Games' CEO Ian Howe and TFS Creative Director and Kent Mudle took to Reddit today for an AMA about the game, in which they revealed that they're pushing to get the next chapter out before the end of 2018. credit//Telltale Games OK, given that you guys have been so supportive and patient, I'm going out on[...]
Now that the fallout from Telltale Games going bankrupt is nearing a public conclusion for a while, people's eyes are turning to Skybound for their next move The company purchased the rights and assets to finish The Walking Dead: The Final Chapter from the now-defunct developer, so naturally, people are curious about what will become[...]
Telltale Games may be no more, but it's not necessarily the end for The Walking Dead More specifically, it's not the end yet, as the company has given Skybound the right to complete the 4th season of the game and thus provide the series with a proper ending Comics mogul and Kentucky land baron Robert[...]
Remember how Telltale Games laid off their staff and got vilified on the internet and gaming community for it? The company has decided to double-down According to the remaining staff, everyone left at the company on the skeleton crew that was going to finish up the remaining projects have been sacked The news came to us[...]
Public backlash to horrible business choices can make a company do funny things, as we're learning tonight from Telltale Games The company has apparently pulled their last title, The Walking Dead: The Final Season from digital sales shelves As we speak, you currently cannot purchase the game from any online outlet Xbox Live has removed the[...]
After nearly a week of hearing nothing but horror stories from Telltale Games and watching the company shut down, they've now been hit with a lawsuit A former employee named Vernie Roberts Jr, on behalf of himself and pretty much everyone who was laid off, has filed paperwork in San Francisco for letting go of[...]
So when all of the drama with Telltale Games blew up last week, many of us assumed the Stranger Things title didn't even get that far in development Like a lot of assumptions about Telltale, we were wrong A post made its way to Reddit this week showing off gifs of cutscenes from raw footage of[...]