The latest episode of Batman: The Telltale Series looks to use a photo of assassinated Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov to depict the aftermath of a Gotham robbery.
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Telltale Games' ongoing creation of its own unique Dark Knight continuity -- which began with last year's Batman: The Telltale Series -- has been fascinating to play through. The changes made to the people in Bruce Wayne's double life have been surprisingly dramatic and the best one may be yet to come.
On Friday the very hotly anticipated No Man's Sky was finally made available for PC gamers, a full four days after console gamers got it. Reportedly this was because the developers wanted to "make it right". Unfortunately it was still a rush job and game stores like Steam and GoG have pages and pages of angry customers complaints about the unplayability of the title. 57 per cent of the nearly 40,000 reviews on Steam are negative, and while many are just bored with the game, many are actively hating on the PC port.
Released last week, the first episode of Batman: The Telltale Series has players controlling a Bruce Wayne who's trying to balance his life after just starting out on a one-man war on crime. The new title operates on a premise that longtime comic-book readers will find familiar, but there's a lot that's really different about this version of Gotham City.
For most people, Telltale games aren't a solo experience. They're something you share with your family and friends, even if the input is strictly single-player only.
So at Comic Con on the weekend, Telltale confirmed that they were turning that social experience into a feature -- for every Telltale game going forward.
This first episode of Telltales take on both sides of Bruce Wayne arrives early next month. The release date arrives with the game's first trailer, hitting all the bat beats comic book fans are familiar with.
"We believe Bruce Wayne is just as important as the Batman," a Telltale rep said at E3 this week as he began playing through a demo of his company's new Batman game. What followed was proof that Batman The Telltale Series may have more Bruce Wayne in it than any prior interactive Dark Knight adventure.