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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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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.

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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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Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 3 is Officially Titled “A New Frontier” and Launches in November

The developer of Telltale’s The Walking Dead – Season Three has revealed today at PAX West 2016 that the upcoming season will be titled “A New Frontier” and will launch in November. The game will appear on PC, Mac, mobile devices, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A physical disc containing a season pass for the game will hit shelves at the launch of the first episode, and of course the season and the individual episodes will be available to download digitally.

The game is set four years after the initial outbreak of the zombie plague that hit the world, and it’ll feature returning protagonist and fan-favorite Clementine alongside newcomer Javier as protagonists. Nothing is known about the story so far, but it’s likely that Telltale will release new information soon. A new poster for the game can be seen below.

Are you excited to see Clementine return? What would the world be like, so far into the apocalypse? Share in the comments!

Source: IGN

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Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season Three Will be Enjoyable Even Without Playing The Previous Games

Telltale Games arrived at San Diego Comic-Con with new information on the upcoming third season of The Walking Dead, discussing how the game can be enjoyable even if you’ve not played the previous iterations. This is because a new playable character, Javier Garcia, features alongside fan-favorite Clementine, allowing new players to experience the game with fresh eyes. Franchise veterans who have played through the previous two seasons, however, will still experience a story that has been influenced by their past decisions and naturally have a deeper understanding of certain elements.

One of the aspects that returning players will recognize is a certain character that appears in one of the newly released screenshots, as Clementine can be seen sitting with AJ, who was born in season two. A few years have passed in
The Walking Dead timeline since the previous game released, and he he has grown from just a baby to a young survivor himself.

“Another unique aspect of this third season is that while it absolutely continues the story of the previous two seasons, it also serves as a new entry point for fans who’ve yet to be caught up to speed. Players starting with this third season will be introduced to young survivor AJ, who fans will recognize as the son of Rebecca from Season Two – and we can confirm that he will be making an appearance in this season as well. So players who are new to the series will have a chance to learn more about Clementine’s backstory, while at the same time, those who haveplayed previous seasons will have a story that’s uniquely tailored to the diverging paths they’ve taken in the past.”
— Telltale Games

Season two of
The Walking Dead wrapped up in August 2014, and fans can finally return to the franchise when the new season launches this fall. For those looking for a Telltale fix before then, the first episode of Batman: The Telltale Series launches next week on August 2nd.
Will you be checking out either of these new games?

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Telltale Revealed a Ton of New Details on The Walking Dead Season 3

Telltale showed off a trailer for Season Three of The Walking Dead during IGN’s stream at E3 2016, and fans noticed Clementine looks a lot older. In a segment in GameStop’s E3 coverage, Telltale’s Job Stauffer revealed some new information about the upcoming installment. In Season Two, Clem was 11 years old, but in Season Three she will be 13/14, meaning this season is set about two years after its predecessor. He also confirmed that, in terms of The Walking Dead timeline, the third season of the game is set around the same time as the current comics.

In the trailer, fans also spotted that Clem is missing part of one of her fingers, and Job confirmed that this could be a result of a decision you make in Season Three, or a decision you have already made. A new character  to The Walking Dead series, called Javier, is also featured, and it turns out that he is going to be this series’ main playable character along with Clem. Job also revealed that the game is located roughly near Alexandria, so we can expect to see characters from the show and comics appearing in the game.

Are you looking forward to The Walking Dead Season Three? Let us know in the comments below!

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Check Out this E3 Trailer for Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 3

Fans of The Walking Dead have been patiently waiting for the third season of Telltale’s video game adaptation. To those anticipating the next entry in the series, you can now get your first taste of it, as a new trailer for the upcoming season was shown off during an E3 2016 stream at IGN.

The trailer starts with a zombie minding his own business, when suddenly he is shot from behind by Clementine. A new male character, named Javier, comes to stand by her, commenting about how that particular zombie was “marked too.” Season 3 of Telltale’s series takes place a few years after Season 2, closer to the time frame of the popular comics and television series, and the choices made in Season 2 will directly affect Clementine’s personality. Many fans have noticed that Clementine is actually missing a part of one of her fingers in this trailer, so it looks like a lot has happened in the time between the two seasons.

You can check out the trailer in the video above! What do you guys think? Are you excited to play through the next season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead?

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Telltale Games is Revealing The Walking Dead: Season 3 This Sunday

Earlier this week, Telltale announced that their popular Walking Dead series would be returning this fall. With E3 coming up in a couple of days, Telltale decided to announce that they will be revealing The Walking Dead: Season 3 this Sunday with a little “sneak peek.” Many have speculated about the future of the series, and Telltale promises fans that this tale will take the story in an “unexpected” direction. Fans who are interested in the reveal can tune in to IGN.com this Sunday at 3:00 PM PT/ 6:00 PM ET for their first look at Season 3.

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Telltale Games’ Batman Series Launches This Summer, Followed by The Walking Dead: Season 3 in Fall

With E3 literally days away, some developers and publishers have seen it fit to give us a little taste of what is to be expected next week. One such developer is Job Stauffer, the Head of Creative Communications at Telltale Games. In a recent tweet from Stauffer, he shared the release windows for both Batman: A Telltale Games Series and The Walking Dead Season 3. While we have known Batman will be coming this Summer for a few months now, The Walking Dead will be shambling its way to consoles this Fall.

If that is not enough news for your hungry minds, Stauffer also hinted at one more reveal. In a follow up tweet, he suggests Media attending E3 next week should “secure an invitation to see [them] at Wayne Manor,” teasing that Batman may be seen at the event.

Are you excited for Telltale’s upcoming adventure games? Let us know in the comments below!

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Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Season 3 Will Take Place in the Same Time Frame as the Comics

Fans of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic books and TV shows have been enjoying a more interactive experience for the past four years thanks to Telltale’s episodic video game adaptation. Recently, fans have been sinking their teeth into the Michonne miniseries, but they are eagerly anticipating the release of the main series’ third season, which Telltale has confirmed for a 2016 release. Now, creator Robert Kirkman has shared some new details on what fans can expect going into Season 3. According to Kirkman, this season will line up more with what’s going on in the comics, which means that Clementine will likely be a few years older.

In a recent interview with IGN, Kirkman stated that players will be “checking in on Clementine” in The Walking Dead: Season 3, so fans will know how she’s doing and where she’s at. He then said that Season 3 will take place “close to where we are in the comics currently,” meaning that the season will line up pretty closely with the comics that are coming out now. The first two seasons of Telltale’s The Walking Dead take place early in The Walking Dead‘s timeline, close to the beginning of the outbreak, while the current comics take place around four years into the outbreak; this means that Clementine will likely be in her early teens by the time we catch up with her in Season 3. It’s not clear, however, whether Clementine will be the main character in Season 3, or if that duty will pass to a character from the comics or another new character. Kirkman also stated that Season 3 will feature a lot more elements from the comics than prior seasons, comparing it to the Michonne miniseries. You can check out the full interview by clicking above.

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The Last Episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Michonne Launches Next Week

Ever since Telltale Games announced the miniseries at The Game Awards last year, fans have been clamoring to play The Walking Dead: Michonne in its entirety; now, with the release of the game’s final episode coming next week, they will have the opportunity to do just that.

Telltale has announced that the third and final episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne, titled What We Deserve, will launch on April 26th. They also released a recap video of the previous episode, which you can by clicking above; it is spoiler-heavy, so you won’t want to watch it if you haven’t played Episode 2 yet!

Source: Telltale Games

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The Latest Humble Bundle Features Telltale Games Including The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us

The pay-what-you-want Humble Telltale Bundle is here, and it’s jam-packed with Telltale favorites. Pay anything over one US dollar and you’ll get The Walking Dead Season 1, Back to the Future: The Game, Sam & Max: Devil’s Playhouse, Poker Night at the Inventory, and Puzzle Agent 1 & 2. Paying above the average offering (which stands at $8.04 at press time) will reward you with additional games including The Wolf Among Us, Tales From the Borderlands, The Walking Dead: 400 Days, Poker Night 2, and some as of yet unannounced titles.

Finally, anyone who elects to pay $12 or more will be rewarded with Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead Season 2. As always with Humble Bundles, you can designate an amount of your purchase to donate to charity. This bundle is being sold in support of Direct Relief and Girls Who Code, plus purchasers can choose a charity of their own choice to donate to.

All games come in the form of Steam downloads. Head here to participate.

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A New Trailer for The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 2 Discusses the Consequences of Murder

Back in December, Telltale Games announced that they would be releasing a new miniseries following the journey of The Walking Dead comic book character Michonne; last month, the first of three episodes released on most major platforms. Now, Telltale has released a new trailer for the second episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne, which will be releasing tomorrow.

In the trailer, Michonne discusses the consequences of taking a life, stating that it “changes you forever.” This is followed by a montage of her killing her fair share of people, both alive and dead.

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Telltale is Releasing the Third Season of The Walking Dead Later This Year

The second season of Telltale’s episodic series The Walking Dead finished up in 2014, and we haven’t heard much about the series since then aside from the announcement of a three episode mini-series based on the character Michonne from the comic books. However, it looks like the series will be getting a third season later this year!

In a recent interview with Mashable, Telltale CEO Kevin Bruner confirmed that The Walking Dead: Season 3 will debut in 2016; he didn’t share many details about the season, but he did say that he hopes to bring in new fans to the series this season and that Telltale has been working on a solution to allow players to transfer their saves from seasons 1 and 2 into Season 3. Telltale is expected to share more details about the season at San Diego Comic-Con later this year, so stay tuned!

Source: Mashable

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The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 2 Releases on March 29th

Telltale Games is famous for their episodic, story-driven video game experiences, and their adaptation of The Walking Dead is so popular that it has spawned a spin-off series. The Walking Dead: Michonne kicked off last month, and the story continues with Episode 2: Give No Shelter on March 29th. Telltale has released a story-heavy (and thus spoiler-heavy) recap video ahead of the new episode, and you can check it out by clicking above!

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The Walking Dead: Michonne Launches with an Intense Trailer

Telltale Games have made a name for themselves in the episodic gaming space, and their adaptation of The Walking Dead is so popular that it has spawned a spin-off series. The first episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne, a three part miniseries that follows Michonne’s untold journey away from Rick’s band of survivors, is out today. In the premiere episode, Michonne and her crew are drawn to the scene of a horrific massacre by a distress signal. You can check out the launch trailer by clicking above!

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Six Minutes of Gameplay from The Walking Dead: Michonne Explore The Character’s Mental Struggle

A six minute extended preview for The Walking Dead: Michonne has been released by Telltale Games ahead of the game’s launch on February 23rd. The gameplay sees Michonne struggle with not only events from her past, but the ongoing pressure of living in the zombie apocalypse. Naturally, a few zombies also lose their heads. The Walking Dead: Michonne is a Telltale miniseries featuring three episodes that will span across February, March, and April.

Episode 1,
In Too Deep, launches on February 23rd for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, and Mac. An iOS and Android edition will launch later on February 25th.

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The Walking Dead: Michonne Will Follow Her “Untold Journey” Away From The Survivor Group

Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Michonne will be a three episode mini-series starting in February next year. Some details on the game have recently been revealed, including the period in which the game is from. Telltale has explained that the series takes place between issues #126 and #139, when Michonne was away from Rick and the rest of the group.

Here’s the full quote:

“The story explores her untold journey during the time between issues #126 and #139. Through this three-episode Telltale Games series, players will discover what took Michonne away from Rick, Ezekiel, and the rest of her trusted group… and what brought her back.”

It was also confirmed that Michonne will be voiced by
Orange is the New Black actress Samira Wiley.

The Walking Dead: Michonne will be on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC/Mac, iOS, and Andriod.

Source: The Walking Dead Official Site

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