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The six-part Batman Sins Of The Father series, tells the story of events between the first and second Telltale games.
The six-part Batman Sins Of The series, tells the story of between the first and Telltale games.
Speaking of Telltale games, I'm much more excited for another release by the developer: the second season of "The Wolf Among Us.
Video games company Telltale Games has let go of 25 percent of its workforce.
Pete Hawley is the new President & CEO of Telltale Games.
The Telltale Games based on the television series The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, which have achieved great popularity on the tablet platform, are good examples of designers finding ways to adapt game conventions so that choices have story significance.
For those who have played Telltale games before, the gameplay is their signature quick-time event button mashing combo style, which can be frustrating because you just want to get stuck in and fight the bad guys.
Telltale Games is unveiling the first episode of its new Batman series, No Man's Sky is finally released, and Adam Jensen is back with a brand new adventure in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
Telltale games, the mastermind's behind The Walking Dead games and the Game of Thrones games are on the verge of releasing a game based on the caped crusader.
Minecraft: Story Mode (M:SM), which was developed by Telltale Games and released in 2015, pushes Minecraft lovers into a more intense, plot-driven game.
Rebooting the franchise with a nod to Telltale Games titles such as The Walking Dead, and featuring
Jaffe also cut deals to extend the company's lucrative "Hunger Games" franchise into new businesses and invest in developer Telltale Games.