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The Walking Dead: Michonne will premiere in February

By  •  December 4, 2015

During The Game Awards last night Telltale Games revealed the first trailer for their upcoming mini-series, The Walking Dead: Michonne. While the previous two seasons featured characters and storylines new …
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The Walking Dead: Michonne appears to be coming soon *updated*

By  •  November 10, 2015

Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries is coming soon, or so a tweet by Telltale Director of Creative Communications Job Stauffer seems to intimate.

Stauffer got some playtime in with …
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The Escapists: The Walking Dead review: Consciously Coupling

By  •  October 7, 2015

Unless you’ve been living in a cave the past few years, you should be somewhat familiar with The Walking Dead. There’s the comics, the novels, the television show, the prequel …
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The Escapists The Walking Dead out September 30

By  •  September 25, 2015

The Escapists is about to make a return, and it’s bringing with it a horde of the undead. The Escapists The Walking Dead will be shambling onto Xbox One via ID@Xbox …
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The Walking Dead: Michonne coming to Xbox 360 and Xbox One

By  •  June 15, 2015

Telltale Games today announced a new mini-series following one of the most intriguing characters of The Walking Dead comic and television series, Michonne.

The Walking Dead: Michonne will give …
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The Walking Dead: Season Two review (Xbox One)

By  •  November 4, 2014

The Walking Dead: Season Two was developed and published by Telltale Games. It was released on Friday, October 31 2014 for $25. A copy was provided for review purposes.


In the end, nobody is safe from the shambling, moaning hordes of undead which populate The Walking Dead’s dystopian alternate reality. Not the characters, the fans or the general public. Robert Kirkman has created a rich and culturally pervasive lore. It was inevitable that Telltale Games extremely popular The Walking Dead series of episodic interactive stories would appear on Microsoft’s Xbox One console sooner or later.

TWD:S2 picks up directly where Season One ended. Players assume the role of Clementine as she continues her journey towards adolescence in an increasingly dangerous and challenging world. The Xbox One version of TWD:S2 has been released as a complete package, which is great news for anyone as impatient as me. Let’s jump in and see if this version is worth your hard earned cash.

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The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 4 available now

By  •  July 29, 2014

Episode Four of Clementine’s continuing journey in the video game adaptation of The Walking Dead is now available. While the second season hasn’t been quite as impactful as the …
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The Walking Dead Season 2: Amid the Ruins set to release July 23

By  •  July 17, 2014

The wait is almost over as Telltale Games are set to release the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two next week. Episode 4 named Amid the Ruins
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Opinion: Clementine is ruining The Walking Dead Season 2

By  •  June 25, 2014

Warning: This post contains spoilers from both seasons of The Walking Dead


The first season of The Walking Dead was phenomenal. It provided one of the strongest narratives in video game history, full of memorable characters and emotionally charged moments. All around the world players instantly latched onto the harrowing and heartwarming tale of Lee and Clementine. The bleak world and tough choices made the game stick with you days after you played an episode. The overwhelmingly positive reception put Telltale on the map, moving them from a company that made niche adventure games to one that can handle some of today’s biggest franchises. The Walking Dead was a success in so many ways, meaning an eventual sequel was a given.

Despite standing on the shoulders of its amazing first season, The Walking Dead Season 2 is not living up to that potential. I loved every aspect of Season 1, which is why I’m disappointed I can’t find Season 2 nearly as captivating. So far, three episodes have released, and like last season they’ve all received critical praise. Unlike last season, I’m not feeling the hype; the story’s not engaging, the characters are underutilized, and the format’s becoming stale. The game’s saving grace is Clementine, but even that may be a problem.

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The Walking Dead springs to life with new pinball table for Pinball FX2

By  •  June 4, 2014

Two of the most respected curators of others intellectual property, Zen Studios and Telltale, have come together to bring Telltales’ Game of the Year winning The Walking Dead experience to pinball. …
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