The Walking Dead was a phenomenal success for Telltale Games, but there other upcoming episodic adventure is based of DC Comics' Fables and it's a whole other beast. It's not as 'free' as the zombie world.
The team are constrained by the characters, unlike with Lee and Clem in The Walking Dead who were original creations. They keep the "in-the-moment choices" but also throw branching timelines at us.
It was announced that the remake of the classic adventure game, Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded, would be arriving in June. The release date has apparently moved up the launch, as it'll be hitting PC, Android and iOS on the 31st May.
Telltale Games has released new screenshots for its newest licensed adventure game series, The Wolf Among Us, which is based on the multiple award-winning Fables graphic novel series.
Focus Home Interactive perhaps has the creepiest April Fool's Joke, as Sherlock Holmes is plagued by a very creepy Dr. Watson, who does his best impression of the Slender Man.
We already knew that Telltale Games was working on DC Comics' Fables franchise, but now the studio has revealed specifically what they're going to do with it. We'll play as Bigby Wolf.
Much like in The Walking Dead, player choices will have repercussions for characters throughout the season. As the Big Bad Wolf we can be nasty or nice as it launches this summer.
It's been well rumoured that TellTale Games may be working on an adventure game adaptation of DC Comics 'Fables' series from the Vertigo line.
Now TellTale has added more fuel to the fire by posting a single tweet
on Twitter that teases "#howl"
Tim Schafer has announced on Twitter that writer Ron Gilbert will be leaving Double Fine Productions. Gilbert had worked on The Cave for the developer.
Looks like The Walking Dead would have been published in Australia even if the new R18+ mature rating didn't exist, as the Classification Board has given the game an M15+ rating.
Sega has announced that Double Fine's new puzzle platformer The Cave, which was written by legendary videogame comic writer Ron Gilbert will be arriving next week.
It seems that the retail version of Telltale Games' horror adventure game The Walking Dead for the Xbox 360 has stuttering problems.
We've been informed by a few of our viewers that the Reported Attack Page Warning first seen during the Christmas holidays is still being displayed for people with version 17 of Firefox, but we just wanted to let everyone known that the problem is fixed on our end and this is a bug with Firefox that should be fixed tomorrow with the release of version 18.
The Walking Dead has been a tremendous success for Telltale Games, with season two just now entering the concept phase at the studio, reveals CEO and co-founder Dan Connors.
The developer was founded by former LucasArts talent, which is why Sam & Max and Monkey Island were among their ambitions. Connors would love a crack at Star Wars, or even Halo.
The Walking Dead by Telltale Games has racked up the awards, and similarly, it has racked up sales over several platforms including PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and iOS. The sales have numbered over 8.5M according to CEO Dan Connors.
Back in April, the HD remastered remake of Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards
made its Kickstarter goal. The game has achieved another coup as it will be employing recent Grammy nominee
Austin Wintory for the music score.
According to Ubisoft's Brazil director Chaverot Bertrand, the next instalment in the Assassin's Creed series could be set in Brazil.
Chaverot tells Brazilian website TechTudo
that Ubisoft has already begun researching the next episode for the series and is looking at setting it in Brazil, but it's only a possibility for now.
The final episode of the first season of The Walking Dead episodic adventure series by Telltale was released a week ago, but all five episodes will be released in a retail release for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on the 11th December.
Sega has released a new trailer for Tim Schafer's retro-styled spelunking adventure The Cave, showing off a good portion of the character roster.
The long-awaited climax to the first season of The Walking Dead finally arrives this week, and Telltale Games has released a launch trailer finally showing some of what to expect in the fifth episode "No Time Left".
KMM Interactive, which absorbed what was left of L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi, has posted job listings looking for personnel to help work on their Whore of the Orient project.
Telltale Games has announced that the final chapter of the first season of their haunting adventure game The Walking Dead will be arriving on all platforms next week.