Showing posts with label Telltale’s The Walking Dead. Show all posts
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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Xbox Game Pass Adds Telltale's Walking Dead and More

New drop of games like Batman: Return to Arkham and Telltale's Walking Dead are coming to Xbox Game Pass in February 2019.

With the arrival of February, Microsoft Studios decided to unload another batch of exciting new games for Xbox Game Pass subscribers and they are from major video game companies like Rocksteady Studios and Square Enix.

Members of the service have been treated with some of the big-name titles from January 31 and will continue to be blessed till February 21. Especially mark your calendar for the seventh day of this month as it is going to rain on most of the games from the lineup.

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Xbox Game Pass Adds Telltale's Walking Dead and More

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Aside from their very impressive existing catalog, their subscription has opened up access to Ark: Survival Evolved, Just Cause 3 and Life is Strange: Complete Season last month. Later, Middle-earth: Shadow of War and Saints Row: The Third joined the march.

Some of the hottest additions that members are enjoying for a while on Xbox Game Pass are Ashen, Forza Horizon 4, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Mortal Kombat X, Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, Sea of Thieves, Sniper Elite 4 and State of Decay 2.

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Batman: Return to Arkham on Xbox Game Pass

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Batman: Return to Arkham
Bundling up Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City together, Return to Arkham is your ticket to go back to the roots of Arkham series of games as The Dark Knight of Gotham that reinvented the superhero genre in gaming.

Both of these remastered versions for modern day consoles have all the post-launch downloadable content loaded with to give you a definitive experience by pitting you against some of the worst criminals Batman ever faced.

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Crackdown 3 on Xbox Game Pass

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Crackdown 3
Since this one is an Xbox One-exclusive title, it was bound to debut on Xbox Game Pass at launch date. After being delayed more than once, the newest entry in action-adventure series and one of the most anticipated game of 2019 is arriving this February 15.

Played by actor Terry Crews, Commander Jaxon of The Agency is finally returning to action for all the destruction and mayhem. The game Xbox One X enhanced and also offers co-op mode like Wrecking Zone for a jam-packed 5v5 demolition fest.

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de Blob on Xbox Game Pass

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de Blob
Play as a blob of paint named de Blob in the titular 3D puzzle platformer game of 2008 to save Chroma City from being overtaken by monochromatic INKT Corporation and their minions, who seeks to ban all color and fun from life.

You start out in a ball of water head out to collect paint of red, yellow and blue colors to combine and create other colors. Undertake missions from Color Underground while watch out for pool of ink to stop yourself from losing paint points.

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Pumped BMX Pro on Xbox Game Pass

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Pumped BMX Pro
Hop on to one of the pre-designed bikes the game has for you to go for a momentum-based trickathon session. It has more levels added than before and comes with a new series of new challenges that players can beat over.

You can also create your own custom bike to try out those varied range of radical tricks in a fast-paced arcade for a new high-score. Completing over 200 challenges will definitely take time and will help you hone your skills for sure.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider on Xbox Game Pass

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Coming full circle for the rebooted origin trilogy, British archaeologist Lara Croft goes out of her way to try and stop a Mayan apocalypse in the game by going against a sinister organization known as Trinity in South American tropical regions.

Other than cracking many complex puzzles as part of her missions, Lara would have to become one with her surrounding environment to strike on her unsuspecting enemies and fight against the hostile jungle on her own for the sake of her survival.

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Telltale's The Walking Dead on Xbox Game Pass

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The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season
Step into the shoes of Lee Everett who takes custody of a young girl named Clementine in the middle of a zombie apocalypse and became a father figure to her as she toughened up to be a hardened survivor in a world swarmed by undead hordes.

Witness the beginning of an episodic adventure saga that begin with this game and gave Telltale Games recognition in video game developing. There are a lot more in it than surviving the zombies and each of your choices will have some consequences.

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Tomb Raider (2013) on Xbox Game Pass

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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
Although the original Tomb Raider saga started kicking in from 1993, this critically-acclaimed series took a reboot in 2013. The title re-envisioned the journey Lara Croft has gone through in her career of an adventurer to become a battle-hardened survivor.

Experience the Definitive Edition to play as Lara with enhanced performance and improved visuals, including all the original DLC of the game. So, go start solving puzzles and face off fanatic cultists on the lost island of Yamatai to forge the way of your legacy.

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Considering Rise of the Tomb Raider is already in their library of games along with over 100 other great titles, members of the service can now enjoy the entire trilogy when SOTTR joins the lineup on February 7.

Join Xbox Game Pass today to enjoy your first month for $1 only or just sign up to 14-Day Free Trial to see if it is worth trying out. With a huge collection of over 100 great games, we are certain that everyone can find something they like there.

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season PC Version Will Be Exclusive to Epic Games Store

The two remaining episodes of Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season will be exclusive on PC to Epic Games Store.

After picking up the pieces from the ruins of Telltale Games, Skybound Games got back at the development of episode three of episodic survival horror adventure Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season in November and scheduled the release date for January 15, 2019.

Then developer of massively popular game Fortnite, Epic Games have launched their own digital storefront with a relatively small lineup and now, the final two episodes of the acclaimed series will be available exclusively on Epic Games Store for PC.

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Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Exclusive to Epic Games Store

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One of the shocking events in the gaming industry this year was probably when we learned about developer/publisher Telltale Games is shutting down after laying off majority of their workforce, which also meant that many of our beloved series will never see light.

Around that time, Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season was halfway in development. However, The Walking Dead comic-book creator Robert Kirkman (Haunt, Invincible) announced at New York Comic Con 2018 that his company Skybound Games will complete the remaining episodes.

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Skybound took responsibility of the final two episodes and brought in the original developers who previously worked on the series to complete the project. Epic Games came forward to help putting the original team back together to give fans what they want.

Now that Epic has become the exclusive platform to serve the third and fourth episode of the game on PC, it is not going to be available in other storefronts like Humble Store or Steam anymore unlike the previous seasons.

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If anyone has already purchased the Season Pass for PC version of the game then they won't have to move to Epic's marketplace. Regardless of their chosen storefront, the players will receive access to the concluding chapters anyway.

Below is a Q&A video starring the voice actor of Clementine, Melissa Hutchison with detailed FAQ on the new sales exclusivity.




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In a rapid-fire fashion, Hutchison let fans know that the previously downloaded versions of all three seasons will still be playable and choices can be carried over to The Final Season as long as you can retrieve them locally or have a cloud save on Telltale.

When they will be able to arrange sales for physical copies, the news will be shared on their social handles for fans to know. In time, they will also announce the launch date for the season on Android and iOS devices as well.

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They way Telltale Games have closed its door on their employees was really a dick move. Plus, we will probably never see another season of Batman: The Telltale Series, Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series and The Wolf Among Us, because no one is working on them.

Skybound Games stepping up to ensure a proper sendoff to the series and give a deserving conclusion to Clementine was truly commendable. Similarly, Epic Games Store made a smart move by partnering up is this initiative through their digital distribution platform.

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode Three Release Date

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season will be returning next month with episode three, from Skybound Games.

When Telltale Games announced to shut down back in September, the future of Telltale's Walking Dead along with few of their fan-favorite titles became uncertain but then Skybound Games came forward to finish Clementine's story during the zombie apocalypse.

By the time they released the second episode, the studio was in a sudden near-closure but Robert Kirkman (Haunt, Invincible)'s production company took over the Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season project and start working on the remaining episodes from last month.

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Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode Three Release Date

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Currently scheduled for a release window of January 15, 2019, Skybound Games released a new trailer for upcoming third episode of the game titled "Broken Toys".




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The trailer starts with a voice over from Lee Everett, the guardian angel who found little Clem and protected her from all odds as long as he could. Then she reflects on how she made it this far and now is in the same position of Lee, taking care of young AJ.

After surviving on the road for a while, Clem and AJ finally finds an abandoned schoolhouse where they met with a group of other kids but got kicked out later. In the last episode, Suffer the Children, she reunites with Lilly from season one and with that, her fight for survival continues.

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After starting their journey back in 2012 with season one, Telltale's Walking Dead as set a new standard for zombie games within the gaming community where players choices mattered and the developers went on to release three more seasons.

Players have witnessed the young girl becoming a toughened survivor in a post-apocalyptic world over the three season's period where she grew up, created bonds, took some heart-breaking decisions and now her story has finally come to an end.

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Although no one is ready yet to say goodbye to Clementine, we still are heading towards an inevitable series finale. Last month, major Telltale Games titles were removed from Steam even though it remained on GOG, PlayStation Store and Xbox Marketplace.

Skybound assured that previous seasons and new episodes are back on "almost" all platforms and by the launch of episode 3, the rest will be fixed as well. Those who already bought the entire season of The Walking Dead: The Final Season in advance will also get access to the upcoming episodes.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Telltale Games Removed From Steam

Telltale Games is in the process of shutting down as titles like Back to the Future and The Walking Dead are being removed from Steam.

Back in September, developer/publisher studio Telltale Games officially declared that they are officially going out of business after firing off majority of their stuff and retaining a small team of only 25 employees to finish the pending projects.

As of now, several of their renowned titles like episodic adventure series Back to the Future: The Game, Jurassic Park: The Game, Monkey Island and Telltale's The Walking Dead are removed from Valve's digital storefront Steam and not available for sale anymore.

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Telltale Games Removed From Steam

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Even though delisted from Steam, those who already own the game can download from library and play them if they want. Besides, they are still present on other platforms like GOG, PlayStation Store and Xbox Marketplace.

Another distribution platform Humble Bundle is still selling The Walking Dead: Season One, The Walking Dead: Season Two, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier and The Walking Dead: Michonne spin-off from the survival horror graphic adventure franchise.

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Although the entirety of series is taken out from Steam, The Walking Dead: The Final Season is not off the racks yet. In October, the studio made a deal with series creator Robert Kirkman (Haunt, Invincible) and his company Skybound Entertainment to complete Clementine's story on a deserving note.

Other popular franchise like Batman: The Telltale Series, Game of Thrones, Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series and Tales from the Borderlands are still up there. It is visibly quite apparent that the entire Telltale catalog will be removed soon.

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Telltale Games is currently looking for parties to gain enough money for their assets through assignment proceedings in association with Sherwood Partners, so that they could pay any creditors before completely shutting down.

The studio is currently in a situation similar to bankruptcy and they were by sued by a former employee. A class-action lawsuit was filed against the company in the federal court of San Francisco for violating labor laws of California.

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Skybound Will Complete Telltale's Walking Dead

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season will be released from Robert Kirkman's Skybound Games and will see to completion.

Only two weeks ago, we came to know that developer/publisher Telltale Games decided to close down with majority of their workforce has been laid off. A small team of 25 employees remained to complete Minecraft: Story Mode adaptation for Netflix.

This clearly put the fate of Telltale’s The Walking Dead game series, which already released episode one of fourth season in jeopardy. Telltale stated that interested partners are coming forward to help finish the project but it wasn't officially finalized until now.

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Skybound Will Complete Telltale's Walking Dead

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Today, Skybound Entertainment has announced on Twitter about coming to an agreement with Telltale to see through the completion of The Walking Dead: The Final Season.



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At New York City Comic Con, Robert Kirkman (Haunt, Invincible), creator of The Walking Dead comic-book series has revealed that his company Skybound will take over the final episodes of the critically-acclaimed game after successfully negotiating with the developers.

Apparently, they have taken ownership of Telltale’s Walking Dead to complete Season 4 and about to work with the original members of the team who actually worked on the game to deliver a deserving ending to Clem’s story but this has not been confirmed yet.

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Robert Kirkman on Telltale’s The Walking Dead

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Kirkman also stated the following to fans of the series at The Walking Dead panel of NYCC 2018, regarding their current plan with the situation.

Just stay tuned. Everybody involved is trying to make sure Clementine's story is told. It's a very unfortunate situation, but hopefully we will come out of it in some kind of positive way. I am not concerned at the moment with having to tell the story in comic book form because I'm hoping that the games will eventually be completed.

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Although Skybound Games has never really used any in-house developers before on any co-created projects after launching a new game publishing division, they are making an exception in this case just to finish a fan-favorite series based on their licensed property and give it a closure by ending Clementine's story.

After Telltale effectively going out of business by firing a huge number of their employees, ending of the franchise became uncertain with many upcoming projects got cancelled and a lawsuit was filed against the company for breaking labor laws.

Monday, September 24, 2018

Telltale May Finish The Walking Dead After All

Telltale’s The Walking Dead might have a chance to see The Final Season of its long-running series.

Although developer/publisher Telltale Games has worked on games like Batman, Game of Thrones, Guardians of the Galaxy, they made a reputation for their critically acclaimed episodic adventure game series Telltale’s The Walking Dead.

Entire fan-base of the series was shocked a few days back when they announced to shut down studio and abandon The Final Season with only one episode released. Today, a new Tweet from their official account has raised new hope to a possible closure.

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Telltale May Finish The Walking Dead After All

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The statement Telltale has released is not a solid promise but apparently, several of their partners have come forward to help finish the project.



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The Walking Dead under Telltale found a new home and a unique direction from comics or television series in 2012. The series thrived with critical success and three back to back seasons were published throughout the upcoming years, continuing the success.

2018 was set for the narrative to come to a conclusion in fourth season but this untimely tragic event puts a full stop in everything, which leaves Clementine's fate uncertain. So far, only the first episode has been released on August 14.

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Second episode is scheduled to launch on September 25 and it will come out on all available platforms as planned within due time. Rest of the two episodes could eventually become a reality only if all interested partners they have will come forward but there are no promises to hold on to.

However, there are still some anticipated titles that will probably never see the light of day. The Wolf Among Us Season 2 got cancelled as well as a Netflix produced game on TV series Stranger Things, even though the latter is still interested.

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Closure for Clementine

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When the official announcement for the company to stop their venture initially came into public, everyone was deeply saddened by the bad news but nothing comes close to the 250 employees, who lost their job without a notice or having been paid for their severance.

As a follow-up to Telltale’s statement, many have come forward in support for those who made these games possible including 2018's God of War game director Cory Barlog, asking to pay up for their due first.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

The Walking Dead: Season One on Nintendo Switch Out Now

The complete first season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead is currently available on Nintendo Switch.

The multiple "Game of the Year" award-winning title from top developer and publisher Telltale Games, Telltale's The Walking Dead has come a long way but sadly to an end. However, many have missed the opportunity of experiencing this adventure ride from the beginning despite the game being released on a wide range of different gaming platforms. Nintendo Switch owners are among that group and now they can enjoy The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season on their handheld console.

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The Walking Dead: Season One on Nintendo Switch Out Now

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As The Walking Dead: The Final Season has already released its first episode on Switch a short while ago; Telltale wanted them to start from where the saga truly begins. Including all five chapters from the acclaimed episodic adventure game, this anthology is already out and also offers 400 Days DLC for the price of $24.99 only. The collection has been derived from last year's The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series Collection, so the port has the enhanced visual and improved performance.



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Based on the award-winning fictional work of writer Robert Kirkman (Haunt, Invincible) in a monthly ongoing comic-book series from Image Comics, Telltale's Walking Dead universe started on the journey of a group of survivors during a zombie-apocalypse and later focuses on series protagonist Clementine. Sometime later this year, The Walking Dead: Season Two and The Walking Dead: A New Frontier port will be headed towards Switch as well. Stay assured that we'll keep you informed.

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Official Trailer

Ahead of launch a few days later, Telltale Games drops an official trailer for Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season today.

We are only five days away from upcoming episodic adventure survival horror game Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season from releasing on August 14 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Since this one is the last installment from the series, developer/publisher Telltale Games are trying to take things to a scale that fans and players remembers. So, to bring Clementine's long-running story of surviving zombie-apocalypse is coming altogether in an official trailer released just now.

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Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Official Trailer

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Without revealing too much of the plot, the official trailer for Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season offers glimpses on what is at stake now.




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Paying respect to a character from early phase of the series, we are then shown a dark present where survivors are still trying to live against all odds and facing emotional crack in every turn. Looking back at past, where Telltale's Walking Dead begin its journey with Lee Everett and a young Clem from Atlanta, The Final Season marches ahead to the current events. A lot of Clementine's attitude towards complicated situations and tough-as-nails will to survive came from her mentor Lee.

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As she recalls her time with Lee around, her newfound friend Marlon of the Boarding School group tries to relate with her about losing loved ones. Everyone is living here safely despite facing some trouble occasionally but they all watch each other's back. When the gang shows skepticism about little AJ on whether or not he can take care of himself, he showed them that he is more than capable. Soon, their safe heaven is threatened and hordes of walkers invade their new home.

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Lee Everret Protected Clementine

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Episode one, Done Running will mark a journey to the end with Clementine and her young protégé AJ. There is a demo offering first 15 minutes of gameplay to take an early trip right now. You can still place your pre-order of Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season for only $19.99 on PS4, Steam and Xbox to get The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series Collection for free as a bonus. It includes all three seasons with The Walking Dead: 400 Days DLC and spin-off title The Walking Dead: Michonne.