Telltales Games, the episodic adventure game developer who has created awesome titles based on The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, announced this week that it has partnered with DC Comics and Warner to make a Batman game series. As a massive Batman fanboy, and one who has enjoyed many of Telltales previous titles, I can’t tell you how excited I am for this. (more…)
The next episode of Game of Thrones is set to release for Android and iOS tomorrow on March 26. Titled The Sword in the Darkness, Episode 3 of 6 follows Asher Forrester and Mira Forrester, who both struggle to fight for the safety of their family. In addition, Gryff Whitehill is out to prove himself as brutality and violence grows daily during the Whitehill occupation. (more…)
Game of Thrones Episode 2: The Lost Lords is now available for purchase on Google Play. If you have already played the first episode, then all you need to do is open up Telltale Game’s app, and purchase the next episode via an IAP for $5. If paying for each episode is no good, you can buy a season pass for $20. (more…)
Usually, few decisions in a Telltale game are straightforward; each nudges the story in a different, sometimes unpleasant, direction. In what has become the developer’s signature, players are regularly confronted with troubling moral quandaries which have no easy answer. But in Tales from the Borderlands, the implications are, in keeping with the lighter tone of the source material, not nearly as serious. (more…)
Announced this morning, Mojang, the makers of Minecraft, are teaming up with the wizards over at Telltale Games to produce a narrative based in the Minecraft world. It will be tastefully titled Minecraft: Story Mode. From Mojang’s experience, players want stories inside of their world, which is the basis for this idea of a collaboration. Mojang will provide the world, while Telltale will provide the story to go with it.
Due out sometime in 2015, it will be released in episodes, just like every other Telltale title. As a reminder, Telltale is the studio behind the new Game of Thrones title on Android, as well as the super popular The Walking Dead series of games. (more…)
One of the more highly anticipated games for late 2014 has been Game of Thrones, from Telltale Games, the creators of The Walking Dead series of games which are quite successful on multiple platforms. Now, Android folk no longer need wait, as the game is live on Google Play, priced at a respectable $4.99.
If you played Telltale’s The Walking Dead titles, there will be zero learning curve for Game of Thrones. In these titles, you play as set characters, making decisions which ultimately affect your story’s outcome. (more…)