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Telltale just released this trailer for the last episode in The Walking Dead Season Two, the second sequence in their lovely adventure series. “The trailer does NOT SPOIL the finale,” said a Telltale rep. “But it WILL SPOIL each episode before it if you aren’t all caught up!”
Briefly: Clementine’s journey continues when episode 4 of The Walking Dead, Season 2 comes out next week. The second-to-last episode of Telltale’s adaptation of Image Comics’ hit zombie apocalypse series hits Steam and North American PSN on Tuesday July 22. It lands on European PSN and Xbox Live on Wednesday July 23, with the iOS version following on Thursday July 24.
Video: The season finale of The Wolf Among Us comes out next week. The fifth episode of Telltale’s adaptation of DC Comics’ Fables series hits Steam and North American PSN on Tuesday July 8. It lands on European PSN and Xbox Live on Wednesday July 9, with the iOS version following on Thursday July 10.
When it got announced at VGX at the end of last year, I don’t think a lot of people knew what to expect. So it’s a Borderlands game? Kind of? But in the style of the guys behind the emotionally-crippling The Walking Dead? Kind of? Despite being a fan of both games and developers, and despite being excited for this seemingly wacky crossover, I still had no idea how this mash-up would work. Fresh out of LA and E3, I now know a little bit more.
Clementine’s journey through the bleak zombie apocalypse world of The Walking Dead continue next week, when the latest episode of the hit series arrives on multiple platforms.
UPDATE: What we first thought was a bug is actually an intentional fan project, according to Telltale, the company behind The Wolf Among Us. “This is actually a fan made modification using existing game animation assets from a previous episode,” a Telltale rep tells us. (The episode in question.) Kotaku‘s headline has been changed accordingly.
Today feels like a good day for violent Mario parodies. First there was Pete Holmes’ silly “realistic Mario” sketch, and now here’s Dorkly crossing the Mushroom Kingdom with Telltale’s The Walking Dead. The results are kind of amazing.
Telltale’s The Wolf Among Us has always had a tricky task: Tell a story with a theoretically infinite number of famous characters, based on a comic series that not all of its players have read, and keep things reasonably focused and coherent. Give Fables fans what they want; give everyone a story that makes sense.
Briefly: Episode three of The Wolf Among Us is out this week, developer Telltale says. It releases today on PS3, PC and Mac, and it’s out tomorrow on Xbox 360 (and on PSN in Europe). iOS comes later this week.