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Minecraft: Story Mode’s Original Script Was T-Rated

Last month we reported on the tragic story of Telltale’s financial woes and the massive layoffs that followed, leaving hundreds jobless and in dire straits. When a once-prominent developer collapses this dramatically, there are usually many problems at play, and in the case of Telltale, mismanagement of the storytelling is likely a major one.

In the wake of last month’s events, former Telltale narrative designer Emily Grace Buck opened up about some of the problems going on behind the scenes at the company during a presentation at the Sweden Game Conference in Skövde. According to Buck, one of the biggest problems was that many of the company’s highest executives simply didn’t understand the type of audience they were appealing to. As a result, they often demanded drastic changes be made to the story at the last minute, resulting in employees being overworked and products being shipped without properly testing for quality or bugs.

“Telltale Games often got knocked for being very buggy and having a lot of frame skips. Yes, we had some of those, but a lot of the time what people thought were frame skips or buggy parts of our engine, were actually scenes that had gotten redone so last minute, that there was no time to smooth out the cinematography or the animation…. what you were seeing was not a product of a buggy engine, but buggy management system.”
— Emily Grace Buck

Additionally, these narrative changes often made the team feel like their product was not right for the intended audience. Executives often ignored or misunderstood what audiences liked about the intellectual properties they were working with, and they targeted the “core gamer-type audience” above all others.

One example Buck gave is that the first drafts of Minecraft: Story Mode ended up being completely inappropriate for the audience. Based on the direction they were given, the team produced scripts that would have given the game a T rating. The scripts were, of course, re-written, and the final product was more in line with Minecraft‘s younger demographic.

However, another re-write when the opposite way. The development team for Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy initially turned in a script that they felt was lighter, funnier, and more in line with what fans expect from the movies. Telltale’s executives rejected this script, demanding something with a darker tone.

“Our executive team insisted that what was popular about Guardians of the Galaxy, was darkness and violence, and sadness. And that people did not associate humour with that brand… So we redid the first two episodes to be less funny and more dark and more violent and more sad, and that’s the game that shipped. And one of the biggest comments in editorial, was that it felt very off-tone for Guardians of the Galaxy and wasn’t very funny. And we were like ‘we know’.”
— Emily Grace Buck

Buck went on to say that the creative team found themselves in a tough position, as they wanted to create a quality game that was true to the tone of the source material. But they also didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity altogether. Telltale reportedly would move people off of projects or let them go altogether if they fought too hard against the vision of the higher-ups.

Update at 3:48 PM: This story originally stated that the first draft of Minecraft: Story Mode was M-rated, as that’s what Emily Grace Buck originally claimed. She has since corrected the record to say that she was incorrect, and it was actually T-rated, but still very much “not appropriate for kids” based on her hands-on time with the game. Our report has been adjusted accordingly. 

Source: Games Industry

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Skybound Games Will Be Finishing The Walking Dead: The Final Season

Finally, we have a bit of good news relating to the recent Telltale closure saga. With the studio’s closure, the fate of the remaining half of The Walking Dead: The Final Season hung in the balance, though the studio has been working to find a studio to finish it. All those efforts have paid off as Skybound Games announced this weekend that they had reached a deal with Telltale to finish the two unreleased episodes.

Skybound Games, a division of The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment, has previously brought Slime Rancher and The Long Dark to retail stores on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. No further details have been revealed for The Walking Dead: The Final Season as of yet, but Skybound says to expect more soon.

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Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season Has Been Pulled From Sale


Telltale’s closure announcement couldn’t have come at a worse time for fans of The Walking Dead. The Walking Dead: The Final Season is only halfway completed but, due to the coming closure, will not currently be finished. There is hope, but only if another company swoops in to finish the remaining two episodes. As a result of this inability to complete the promised content, sales of The Walking Dead: The Final Season have been indefinitely halted across digital platforms.

Telltale posted the following on the game’s Steam page:

ATTENTION: We have removed season passes for The Walking Dead: The Final Season from stores for the time being. We’re currently still working to find a way to hand off production of episodes 3 and 4 so that the season can be completed. The outcome of those efforts will determine when and how The Final Season returns to stores. We hope to have a firm announcement before the end of the week. For now, we apologize for any inconvenience.
— Telltale Games

While it may seem like an obvious move, it’s nice to see Telltale looking out for potential consumers, protecting them from buying a half-finished product. Now if only they
would look out for their former employees as well.

Source: Steam

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Ex-Telltale Employees Sue the Company Over Labor Violations

A few days ago we reported that Telltale Games, famous for their narrative-driven adventures, had laid off almost all its employees. With just a skeleton crew left behind to work on the Minecraft: Story Mode project for Netflix, around 250 employees were let go with no advance warning, no severance package, and health care that only lasts till the end of the month. Now the fired employees are fighting back.

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Telltale Games by Vernie Roberts, one of the workers who lost his job. The suit accuses Telltale of violating the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN), as well as the more strict version of the law that exists in California, where Telltale is based.

Under the WARN Act, businesses must give workers advance notice of at least 60 days for mass layoffs. If 50 or more employees are let go in a 30 day period, it’s the duty of the business to inform them well ahead of time. If the suit prevails, Telltale will likely be forced to pay all of their ex-employees back pay and benefits for 60 days as compensation.

Telltale has not yet directly addressed the suit, but co-founder Dan Connors recently told Variety that the layoffs came as the result of failed financing negotiations. Connors claims the company was seeking to acquire more funding, but a deal fell through at the last second, and they had no choice but to engage in mass layoffs.

“The company was working diligently to close a round of financing. Unfortunately, when the last potential financial backer abruptly pulled out, we were left in a position where we had no choice but to stop production. Sadly, everyone was so focused on doing what was required to keep the company going that when the last potential partner backed out, there were no other options.”
— Dan Connors

Whatever the reason for Telltale’s money issues, it seems employees were not made fully aware of the situation. The mass layoffs caught everyone by surprise and left many in financial crisis.

Source: Scribd (via Polygon)

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Telltale Still Hopes to Complete The Walking Dead

Last week, Telltale Games announced that they are closing down due to financial woes and lackluster sales. A small skeleton crew remains employed at the company in order to finish Minecraft: Story Mode, their co-production with Netflix. All other planned titles, including second seasons of The Wolf Among Us and Game of Thrones, were reportedly canceled.

However, they kept mum on their current project, The Walking Dead: The Final Season. With only two episodes released, the second half of the game remains incomplete. Even the voice actress of Clementine, Melissa Hutchinson, was unaware of the game’s future. But after much anticipation, Telltale released a statement via their Twitter on the fate of the ultimate The Walking Dead episodes.

“Hi everyone, we have a Walking Dead update for you. Multiple potential partners have stepped forward to express interest in helping to see The Final Season through to completion. While we can’t make any promises today, we are actively working towards a solution that will allow episodes 3 and 4 to be completed and released in some form. In the meantime, episode 2 will release tomorrow across all platforms as planned. We hope to have answers to your other questions soon.”
— Telltale Games

The statement remains vague about when the episodes will be released. Their use of “in some form” also calls into question whether the episodes will be video games at all, and perhaps Telltale will simply release cinematic episodes in order to complete the story. It’s also entirely possible that Telltale will pass on development to another company, or that they will use outside resources to keep their skeleton crew together until they can finish both Minecraft and The Walking Dead.

Speculation aside, only time will tell when and how Clementine’s story be completed. But, at the very least, it now sounds like it probably will be completed.

Source: Twitter

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Report: Telltale Hit By Massive Layoffs, Closing Soon

It’s a sad day at Telltale Games. The studio quickly rose to fame and popularity with its narrative-driven games, earning the right to bring many famous licensed properties to the world of gaming. Unfortunately, some of their recent releases haven’t been as successful as Telltale had hoped, leading to financial woes for the company. Today that manifested in a big way.

While the story is still developing across multiple websites and social media platforms (with many employees and ex-employees speaking out), we can safely say Telltale has been hit by
massive layoffs. According to The Verge, the studio is now working with just a skeleton crew of around 25 employees, down from 250. Those who were laid off allegedly received no severance.

The few remaining employees are sticking around to finish
The Walking Dead Season: The Final Season, but that will likely be the end of Telltale. According to US Gamer, previously announced projects like The Wolf Among Us Season 2 and Stranger Things will be canceled, and Telltale will soon close its doors. Telltale has not yet issued any official statement on the situation.

Update: Telltale Games has issued a statement confirming that the majority of the studio has been let go with only 25 employees remaining. The status of those remaining employees (and in-development titles) after completion of The Walking Dead Season: The Final Season was not confirmed. Telltale will issue further information at a later date.

Update 2: According to the latest information from US Gamer, the initial indication that The Walking Dead: The Final Season would be completed was incorrect. Instead, it is now being reported that the remaining employees are working on the Minecraft Story Mode project for Netflix. It seems that Netflix is looking for a new partner for the planned Stranger Things project.

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Wolf Among Us Season 2 Delayed Until 2019

Telltale graced us back in 2013 with its stylized version of Bill Wilingham’s Fables, entitled The Wolf Among Us. The story follows Sheriff Bigby Wolf and his quest to keep the peace among the fairy tale folk of Fabletown. When a murder takes place in Fabletown, it’s up to Bigby and his partner Snow White to set things right.

With Telltale’s beautiful graphics and amazing story telling, it left fans of the game wanting more, and in July 2017, Telltale did indeed announce The Wolf Among Us Season 2, set with a release date later this year. However, with recent changes in the company and the layoff of 25% of employees last year, Telltale announced today that Season 2 is being pushed back to 2019.

Telltale says they would like to explore new ways to tell their stories, while allowing them to experiment and craft something special. The extra few months provided by the delay will allow them to put forth their best work, and they are very pleased with how development is going so far.

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Telltale Games Officially Announces Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2

Telltale Games has officially announced that Minecraft: Story Mode will continue for Season 2 with five all-new episodes. After becoming the world’s greatest living hero, Jesse’s life just got more complicated. Needing to navigate social dynamics new and old, our famous champion starts this adventure by trapping his hand in a cursed prismarine gauntlet belonging to an ancient underwater temple.

“The first episode, Hero in Residence, will be available for download starting July 11 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices.”
— Telltale Games blog

Picking up where you left off, the game will remember Season 1‘s choices, but is equally accessible for newly joining players. A ‘Crowd Play’ feature will also allow community voting on story choices via mobile devices.

“Joined by a motley band of familiar faces, fortune hunters, sometime enemies and one deeply disobedient llama, there will be tough choices, peril aplenty and no shortage of People Who Will Remember That.”
— Minecraft official website

Season 2‘s voice cast will feature Patton Oswalt, Catherine Taber, Ashley Johnson, and Scott Porter. Telltale Games also
tweeted that cameos from “[Stampy Cat], stacysays, and other personalities from the Minecraft community on YouTube” will appear.

While the Minecraft community is
sharing the hype over the announcement, we’re staying tuned to Telltale Games’ official blog for “[more info] soon.” In the meantime, enjoy the image gallery courtesy of Minecraft’s announcement post.

Will you be getting
Season 2 on July 11? Who are you looking forward to seeing in game? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Telltale Games blog, Minecraft

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GameStop is Listing Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy as Releasing on April 25th

Following
several leaks that hinted at its existence, Telltale used The Game Awards 2016 to officially reveal that they are making a brand new title based around Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. A month later, we still haven’t heard too much about this adventure—no story ideas, no characters, no clue on if it might tie into Marvel’s comics or movies—but recently GameStop put up a listing for the title on their online store, with a release date listed for April 25th. While this could very well be a mere placeholder date, if it’s not accurate it should at least give us a window of when we can expect the first episode to drop.

Alongside this date, a new synopsis for the title answers several of the questions we’ve had about it. In addition to providing a brief overview of the game’s storyline, this description also hints at a variety of locations across the galaxy and character motivations for both the heroes and villains.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series delivers a brand new story of the universe’s unlikeliest heroes, the rag-tag band of outlaws who go by the names Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket, and Groot. In the wake of an epic battle, the Guardians discover an artifact of unspeakable power. Each of the Guardians has a reason to desire this relic, as does a ruthless enemy who is the last of her kind, and who will stop at nothing to tear it from their hands.

From Earth to the Milano to Knowhere and beyond, and set to the beat of awesome music, this five-part episodic series puts you in the rocket-powered boots of Star-Lord in an original Guardians adventure, told in the unique and award-winning Telltale style, where your decisions and actions will drive the path of the story you experience.

Are you excited for Telltale’s next adventure? Do you think this release date is a placeholder or the real deal? Give us your thoughts in the comments!

Source: GameStop (via DualShockers)

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Batman: The Telltale Series’ Season Finale is Available Now Alongside a New Trailer

The fifth and final episode of the Batman: The Telltale Series came out yesterday, and along with it a new trailer. This final episode, called City of Light, appears to be the dramatic culmination of the series and is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, and mobile.

You can find the official description below:

“The leader of the Children of Arkham prepares to execute the final act of a plan to destroy the Wayne family name, and the people closest to you are in their path of vengeance. Can Batman’s ultimate secret be kept–his very identity–when it is causing chaos and death in Gotham? The fate of the Wayne family and of the city itself rests on your choices. What will you do? How far will you go? Which mask will you wear?”

While there is no word on a second season, you can now get the entire collection in stores.

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The Final Episode of Batman: The Telltale Series Launches on December 13th

Fans of Telltale’s Batman series don’t have too much longer to wait for the thrilling conclusion of the series. Telltale Games announced earlier today that the fifth episode of Batman: The Telltale Series, entitled “City of Light,” will launch on all platforms in just under a week on December 13th. City of Light revolves around the Children of Arkham as they execute the final act of a plan to take down the Wayne family name.

How far will you go to protect the city of Gotham? The power is in your hands.

Source: Telltale Games

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Telltale Officially Announced a Guardians of the Galaxy Game Series at TGA

Revealed last night at The Game Awards, Telltale will be creating a new 5-part series for Guardians of the Galaxy. This new series is set to release sometime in 2017 and will be available digitally for consoles, PC, and mobile. The game was previously leaked when SAG-AFTRA announced which games in development would not be assigned voice-actors during the strike; however, yesterday marks the first official confirmation of the game, along with a teaser trailer!

While the details were very few, we know that the episodic game will be initially released digitally, with a special season pass disk coming with the first episode and access to the next four. Specific platform details will be announced later, but it’s expected to come to a wide variety of devices.

Marvel and Telltale both had official comments following the reveal, which you can read below:

“The energizing blend of humor, emotion, teamwork, and full-on sci-fi action-adventure of the Guardians provides an enormously satisfying space to explore through Telltale’s unique style of interactive storytelling. In Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, players will take on multiple roles within the ragtag band of heroes, and take the pilot’s seat in directing their escapades around the universe. We are always honored to be working with the best creative partners and storytellers in entertainment, and working with Marvel on this series leaves us excited to share what we’ve been developing when it premieres in 2017.”
— Kevin Bruner, Co-Founder and CEO of Telltale Games

“With story at the core of everything that Marvel creates, who better to team with than master storytellers Telltale Games. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series fully showcases Marvel and Telltale’s rich legacy of storytelling, and fans will find themselves immersed in an original, character-driven narrative. As part of our strategy to establish a new standard for Marvel games, this is certainly among the great titles to come.”
— Jay Ong, Senior Vice President, Games & Innovation, Marvel Entertainment

Are you excited to see a Marvel franchise get the Telltale treatment? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Telltale Blog

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Here’s a New Trailer for Telltale’s The Walking Dead: A New Frontier from The Game Awards

Among the many previews shown at The Game Awards 2016 was some brand new footage for The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. Before the trailer, it was revealed that the first two episodes would actually debut on December 20th, with a season pass disc releasing in February.You can check out the new trailer in the video above!

Are you guys excited for the new Walking Dead game? Let us know what you’re most excited about in the comments below!

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The Third Season of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead Has Been Delayed to December 20th

A New Frontier, the third season of the Walking Dead video game, has been delayed to December 20th. The first episode of the season will become available online on that day, with the remaining four episodes launching periodically over the following months. As The Walking Dead is a Telltale Games series, it follows a unique release schedule: each game is divided into “seasons,” which are released every few years, and each “season” is divided into five different episodes.

The first episode of A New Frontier will cost $4.99 on all platforms, and all subsequent episodes will cost the same upon their release. To get access to all the episodes in the series as they are released, players can buy a Season Pass, which costs $24.99.

This new season will take place a few years after the end of The Walking Dead: Season Two, bringing the protagonist, Clementine, much closer to the time frame of the Walking Dead comic books. A New Frontier follows Clementine in her quest for survival, now accompanied by AJ, a young child that she saved at the end of Season Two.

What do you guys think? Are you big fans of The Walking Dead, and will you be playing the new episodes at launch? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: IGN

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The Fourth Episode of Batman: The Telltale Series is Now Available

Back in August, Telltale released the first episode of Batman: The Telltale Series named Realm of Shadows. Today, Telltale released Episode 4: Guardian of Gotham, which will put players in “very different places” based on the choices you made in the previous episode. Telltale released an official synopsis and trailer of the latest episode, where Batman must make some difficult decisions.

“In Episode 4, Penguin has taken control of Wayne Enterprises, and the Elizabeth Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane has a new guest–you–Bruce Wayne. With the Batman removed from the streets of Gotham City, Harvey Dent’s forces and the Children of Arkham are at war, with innocent citizens caught in the crossfire. To escape the ‘comforts’ of your padded cell, you must choose allies to aid in your escape, even if they aren’t the sort to put a smile on your face. How far are you willing to go for justice? For vengeance? What now, Dark Knight?”

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 4 is Now Available for Android, iOS, PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.

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Rumor: Nintendo Switch’s Full 2017 Lineup Includes Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Tons More

A new leak has suggested that Nintendo’s upcoming Switch console will be getting some fresh additions to its list of titles: Xenoblade Chronicles X, Telltale Games’ rumored Guardians of the Galaxy game, and The Silver Case (a remastered version of Suda51’s debut title). These will be joining other rumored Switch titles, such as Pikmin 4, a new Pokémon game, and a Splatoon port.

Gaming journalist Laura Kate Dale (who has a long pedigree of keeping us up to date on upcoming titles) posted the information on her Twitter page, saying that the three new titles mentioned above would be releasing in the first half of 2017. She also noted that
Pokémon Stars could see a release in the autumn along with Project Sonic 2017.

Dale has sources at Nintendo, Ubisoft, and other developers who usually provide her with accurate information, but she has stated that some of the information here only comes from a single source and contradicts other leakers’ information, so we have to consider this information a rumor until it can be confirmed.

Source: Nintendo Everything (via Twitter)

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Report: Telltale’s Marvel Game is Based on Guardians of the Galaxy

Last year, Marvel announced that they would partner with Telltale Games to make games on Marvel’s various properties. At the time, not much was revealed other than the fact that the first of these games will be coming in 2017. According to a recent reveal by ComicBookMovie, Telltale’s first Marvel game will be based on Guardians of the Galaxy. SAG-AFTRA, the voice actors’ union currently on strike to get a bigger deal from game companies, revealed a list of projects in development and one of them was Guardians of the Galaxy. Guardians of the Galaxy is attributed to “O’Farrel Enterprises, LLC“, who also is listed next to Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead Season 3.

Are you excited for a Guardians of the Galaxy game from Telltale Games? Let us know in the comments below!

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The Complete Collection of Mineraft: Story Mode is Now Available at Retail

Over the course of the past year, Telltale Games has released Minecraft: Story Mode, a cinematic point-and-click adventure title based on Minecraft, the ever-popular Swedish sandbox game. Minecraft: Story Mode was divided into eight separate “episodes,” and digital copies of these episodes were released individually between October 2015 and September 2016 on multiple platforms.

Yesterday, Minecraft: Story Mode – The Complete Adventure, a physical collection that contains all eight episodes of the game, launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. To commemorate the release of the new collection, Telltale Games published a launch trailer for Minecraft: Story Mode, which can be seen above. The trailer introduces the game’s plot, as well as its diverse cast of characters, some of whom are portrayed by YouTubers and other internet celebrities, such as Captain Sparklez.

What do you guys think? Have any of you played Minecraft: Story Mode, and will any of you purchase the physical copy of the game? If you’re interested in buying the game, you can do so here. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game are available for $20. The PC version still isn’t available at retail, but Telltale Games has stated that it will be released before the end of the year.

If you’re interested in trying Minecraft: Story Mode before purchasing it, the first episode of the game is also available for free on Microsoft’s online store.

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Here’s the Full Lineup of Third-Party Studios Supporting the Nintendo Switch

After a year and a half of rumors and speculation, Nintendo has finally unveiled their new console, Nintendo Switch. The reveal trailer showed some of the third-party games coming to the console, including Skyrim Remastered, but that appears to be just the tip of the iceberg. Following the trailer, Nintendo issued a press release that included a list of third-party partners that are supporting Nintendo Switch, including popular companies like From Software, Bethesda, Capcom, Konami, Square Enix, and more. You can check it out by clicking below.

Source: Kotaku

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Episode Three of Telltale’s Batman Launches on October 25th

Telltale’s Batman series has been receiving largely positive reviews in its first and second episodes, which let players step into the role of a young Bruce Wayne and Batman to fight Gotham’s most notorious criminals. Telltale has now announced that episode three is coming on October 25th. The episode is titled “New World Order” and will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Here’s Telltale’s overview of the third episode:

“In Episode 3, Penguin’s brutal attack broadcast on live TV has left Gotham City reeling. As Bruce and Batman, you’ll dig deeper into the web of intrigue surrounding the newly revealed Children of Arkham. Meanwhile, behind closed doors, the mysterious Selina Kyle reveals more of herself to Bruce. And in the aftermath of the attack, Bruce’s friend and Gotham’s new mayor, Harvey Dent, is a deeply changed man. Who can be trusted when the future of Bruce Wayne – and the Batman – could be determined by the flip of a coin?”

Will you be playing the third episode of Batman: The Telltale Series? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Telltale Games

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