Showing posts with label The Walking Dead. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Walking Dead. Show all posts

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.

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Import Game Saves with Telltale's Walking Dead Story Builder

Developer Telltale Games introduces a brand-new interactive browser-based tool Story Builder to reconstruct Clementine's story.

When Telltale Games launched their episodic adventure game Telltale's The Walking Dead back in 2012, the gameplay experience was all centered on the choices player used to make and facing consequences for their decisions. Throughout the latter seasons the formula remained the same but it is very much possible that those saved choices were gone over time when a new console generation came. Recently, a web-based interactive tool called "Story Builder" is introduced to bring those moments back.

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Import Game Saves with Telltale's Walking Dead Story Builder 

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The original game was released in a time of PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and Xbox 360 consoles, which then later expanded to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One eventually. So, it is very much understandable if you have just lost saved game progress along the way and so, the developer launched this browser-based mechanism where you go back to some of the impactful moments from the series to create a distinctive version of Clementine to import in The Final Season.

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Long Road Home

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When you are done forging your Clem, it is ready to be saved in the cloud using a Telltale Games account to access it later for The Final Season on their preferred platform. To catch up with series-defining moments and explore the roots once again, Telltale also offers you The Walking Dead Collection as a pre-order bonus on consoles if you happen to place your order before August 14, which includes all past three seasons, 400 Days DLC and the spin-off Michonne mini-series.

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Relive Those Harrowing Moments

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We would like to point out that importing the save file you created to the game is only limited to The Walking Dead: A New Frontier or The Walking Dead Collection. Also, importing saves are not cross-compatible between PS4 and Xbox One. However, both of these consoles will accept cloud saves from Android, iOS and PC. Therefore, saved progress from Season One or Season Two made in PS3 and Xbox 360 cannot be imported in any ways. For a detailed instruction, check out "Importing Saves Guide".

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Clementine Gets Brutal

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The Walking Dead: The Final Season is currently set to release on August 14 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, with an expected port on Nintendo Switch at some later time. Since we are less than two weeks away from launch, you better hurry up and use the Story Builder to get a Clementine reflecting your choices and get a downloadable poster based on your results. We tried our luck and find out our Clem is a brutal one, which is pretty normal and a required quality in a zombie-apocalypse survivor.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Free Demo

Telltale Games have released a free demo for Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season on consoles.

Based on popular monthly ongoing comic-book series from Image Comics by writer Robert Kirkman (Battle Pope, Haunt), episodic adventure game Telltale’s The Walking Dead has come a long way since 2012 and now almost nearing to a glorious end. Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season is about to release the first of intended four episodes on August 14 and developer Telltale Games decides to be generous by offering a free demo to experience on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

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Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Free Demo

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Of course, dedicated fans already knows how exhilarating and heart-pounding experience the franchise is known for delivering but because this is the last season and many newcomers want to join in, Telltale have arranged for this demo to enjoy a free ride to the first 15 minutes of journey into the post-apocalyptic world in the shoes of series protagonist Clementine and her young protégé Alvin Jr., who is simply called AJ. Even though relatively short, the demo can still instill shock in you.

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This free demo that you are allowed to try on console is basically the same experience of 15-minutes opening sequence walkthrough from episode one released a few days earlier, where along with AJ, Clementine goes out looking for supplies, only to come across a horde and an old threat from past during scavenging. Despite being quite short in length, it gives player a sound idea of how the newly introduced over-the-shoulder camera and unscripted combat system actually works in-game.

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Continuation of Clementine's Story

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It is true that Telltale Games' long-running episodic graphic adventure themed on survival horror element only got better with each installment but arguably, the original is still their best work. In terms of game-playing style and storytelling perspective, Telltale's Walking Dead has only evolved with time. Still using their same old graphics engine for the game, the studio promises to use it for the last time. Players on PC are now waiting for their turn with a free demo anytime soon.

Friday, July 20, 2018

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Gameplay Demo

Telltale Games released a video showcasing 15 minutes of the in-game playthrough from Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season.

After releasing a teaser trailer for their critically acclaimed episodic interactive graphic adventure Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, developer Telltale Games promised to release pre-released gameplay footage soon. Clementine returns to the franchise once again as series protagonist to explore another adventure in a post-apocalyptic world and the newly released gameplay walkthrough has just depicted that masterfully.

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Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Gameplay Demo

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Before you begin watching the gameplay demo from episode one, we would like to warn you that it may contain some of the plot aspects of the game that can probably be considered as potential SPOILERS! So, proceed on your own risk.




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The playthrough opens up with Clementine and little AJ riding towards a location looking for food. In entrance, there is a bell and when she rang it, a walker comes out of nearby bush only to be killed. She asks AJ about how they should approach the house to test if he properly remembers his lessons. They entered inside to find a turned couple bound in chairs, leaving a note to be left alone. What simply was a supply run then turns into a quick time panic event within next few moments.

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Like always, Telltale's work in portraying this interactive survival horror drama in episodic manner was top-notch. Even when Clem and Alvin Jr. were just went out just scavenging for food; the tension in the atmosphere was felt. Also, the game has slightly redefined their art style for this newest installment and added some new over-the-shoulder camera angles. Although the series mostly being narrative-driven, changes in gameplay aspects hints for advanced combat system.

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Clementine and Her Protégé

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As hinted before in the first teaser trailer, she is not preparing Alvin to adapt but to survive alone when she is gone and the same can be noticed here too. Over the years, Clementine has evolved into a tough survivalist from a scared little girl through consequences. This indeed was a great run for an original video game adaptation based on popular Image Comics monthly ongoing comic-book series The Walking Dead by writer Robert Kirkman (Battle Pope, Haunt), which started on 2012.

RELATED: Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season First Artwork Revealed

The first episode of Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season will debut on August 14 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Later in 2018, they plan on releasing a port version for Nintendo Switch as well. You can receive a 10 percent discount if you pre-order the complete season containing four episodes, which originally will cost you $19.99 only. As bonus you can get your hands on The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series Collection, collecting last three seasons, spin-off game The Walking Dead: Michonne and The Walking Dead: 400 Days.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season SDCC Teaser Trailer

Clementine comes closer to her fate in new SDCC teaser trailer of The Walking Dead: The Final Season.

Developer Telltale Games has done a great job adapting popular comic-book series The Walking Dead by writer Robert Kirkman (Battle Pope, Haunt) from Image Comics into an episodic interactive graphic adventure, debuting back in 2012. Currently in its fourth installment, Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season is finally making way with the first episode of the game this year soon. In the spirit of San Diego Comic-Con 2018, Telltale has dropped a teaser trailer today.

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Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season SDCC Teaser Trailer

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We are offered a brief look into the upcoming zombie apocalypse adventure in this short clip debuted on SDCC 2018.




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After stepping out of the shadows of her guardian angel Lee Everett, series protagonist Clementine has been taking care of her own for some time in a post-apocalyptic world. She has also found and took in little orphaned boy AJ, whom she teaches about this new world. Apparently, she and AJ have found a small group of survivors of her own age and maybe even a sanctuary. It then quickly starts falling apart and everyone's life is back to hell again in a moment's notice.

RELATED: Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season First Artwork Revealed

Episodic interactive survival horror drama Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season will debut its first episode on August 14 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A Nintendo Switch port version will also come out sometime later in 2018. TWD: The Final Season will be marking the conclusion for a very successful series that dominantly ran for six years now. World premiere of brand-new exciting gameplay footage is just waiting for release tomorrow as well.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

OVERKILL's The Walking Dead Gameplay Revealed

The first gameplay trailer Overkill's The Walking Dead co-op shooter gives a better idea of how the game will be like.

Based on The Walking Dead comic-book series from Image Comics by creator Robert Kirkman (Battle Pope, Haunt), OVERKILL's The Walking Dead game is an upcoming co-op FPS that has already showcased four of its playable characters with their unique back-stories that has hardened them into the toughest survivors in a post-apocalyptic world. The studio that worked on games like Payday 2 has been working on this project for some time and during E3 2018, they revealed a gameplay trailer.

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OVERKILL's The Walking Dead Gameplay Revealed

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Belonging to one of the many E3 2018 games, OTWD revealed a gameplay footage displaying our protagonists at work and how they thrive as a group.




The trailer opens up with a cinematic CGI and then going back and forth into brief playing moments where players run into a horde of walkers. With an expert melee attacker, one medic, a sniper and scavenger in a crowd of four, Overkill sets up a team play for survival. Teamwork will be essential to stay alive for the characters in Washington D.C. now overrun with zombies. Although they made it pretty clear about building a game with different tone, a more detailed gameplay would have been much appreciated.

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After building much anticipation from fans for the past few months, developers finally gave us a much expected look at the in-game demo of how it looks like for a band of zombie-apocalypse survivors fighting against all sort of odds. While exploring walkers infested areas, emphasis on stealth would be pretty high for the survival of you and your teammates. The fact that many speculating OTWD will turn out to be just another Left 4 Dead is wrong but we are sure that the developers will be flattered by this comparison.

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Zombie-Infested Washington

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First person co-op shooter game OVERKILL's The Walking Dead is brought to you by developer Overkill Software and publisher Starbreeze Studios in collaboration with Kirkman’s company Skybound Entertainment. After being delayed several times now, the game is finally set to release on November 6 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Onward June 12, pre-order will be open to get additional in-game cosmetic items for characters and weapons exclusively with the Deluxe Edition of the game.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Overkill's The Walking Dead Introduces Heather

The fourth character in upcoming Overkill's The Walking Dead, Heather is here and you would not want to cross her.

Now that Season 8 of The Walking Dead TV series is over, we are out of our TWD fun-dose again. Developer Overkill Studios has been working on a co-op shooter game based on the same universe but it will be nothing like the zombie series on AMC. Except for the fact that these are both inspired from the works of comic-book writer Robert Kirkman (Battle Pope, Haunt) published by Image Comics. We are in for a new trailer that introduces a new character from the game.

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Overkill's The Walking Dead Introduces Heather

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The brand-new zombie-apocalypse survivor Heather marks her debut in the character reveal trailer from the upcoming Walking Dead game.




Heather is seen scavenging with a shopping cart inside an abandoned store and a zombie was gawking at her from outside. A shot is fired that took down the walker and three strangers enter the store apparently looking for her. When the female of that group attacks her upon spotting, she tackled and then took out another before smashing her previous attacker on a glass of the nearby freezer that slashed the woman's throat. She then shot her second attacker before a bottle smashes on her head by the third.

What's most impressive about her is that not only she can take care of her when she is outnumbered; she took some beating like a champ. Later, when the two of them were spreading her supplies among them, she came back and locked up the gate in front of the alley before attracting a horde by shooting a flare. When the guy who knocked he asks for key, she stubbornly kept asking for her bag until he gives up. She then leaves them to chance by dropping the key outside of the gate

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Heather is Ruthless

Heather happens to be the fourth playable character and judging by her traits, we guess that her forte is scavenging. Three other players are introduced before her and among them Aiden seems like an expert in melee, Maya is definitely a medic and Grant is a sniper. Together, these tough leading characters will fight zombie swarms and build base for survival. We are expecting another trailer that showcases an event which brings all three survivors to band together to fight for their lives.

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Awaiting an official release date for fall 2018, upcoming co-op shooter Overkill’s The Walking Dead is set to release for playing on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Both Overkill and Starbreeze Studios has been collaborating for this project with Kirkman’s company Skybound. Much like a possible real-life scenario, the game teaches you that by working together, you might have a shot at surviving but if you choose to fly solo, you won't probably last for long. Implementing that aspect in the game will surely make it interesting.

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Release Date

Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season will be available on August 14, pre-orders available from June 8!

Based on writer Robert Kirkman's popular comic-book series The Walking Dead from Image Comics, Telltale’s The Walking Dead is an episodic interactive drama graphic adventure survival horror series that debuted back in 2012 and is nearing to an end after winning hearts and gaining critical acclaim for its amazing storytelling. Today, developer Telltale Games has finally announced that the first episode of the game will release on August 14 on for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season Release Date

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You will be able to place your pre-orders from June 8 and although each episode releases periodically, you can still purchase whole season for $19.99. It will give you immediate access to any newly released episodes from the game whenever they are available online. Console owners will receive The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series Collection containing 19 episodes from previous seasons in one pack. That means, you are just getting the entire TWD saga from Telltale for free!

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However, players on PC need not to feel down as pre-ordering the game from GamersGate, GOG, Humble Store or Steam will get you a solid 10% discount on full price. To unlock The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series for access on all previous episodes, just start ordering from Microsoft Store using Windows 10. Since the offer is only good until TWD: The Final Season comes out, you better hurry up and place your order for to own a copy from this Friday.

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Since E3 2018 is almost here, we can expect some more info or footage to drop and that starts with this following teaser trailer for Telltale's Walking Dead: The Final Season.




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Set after the events of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, The Final Season focuses mostly on series protagonist Clementine, who has grown from a little girl to a hardened survivor of a post-apocalyptic world. Not only she is watching over little AJ, a child of the same age when Lee Everett first found her, she is also taking a role of leadership just like Lee was. Even though it was just a teaser, it still pretty straightforwardly hinted a possible demise of our lead character.

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Aside from knowing that the series is coming to an end, we also have learned that later this year, they are planning to bring this epic zombie apocalypse adventure to Nintendo Switch as well. Also, in terms of better graphics quality, The Final Season will support 4K and HDR on TV. Gameplay mechanics to have gone through some change and new combat system will lead to unscripted sequences to increase twist. Telltale decided to make this one the most engaging title of the series and so, it's all about more than making choices.

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A Fierce Survivor

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TWD: The Final Season may just be the fourth season of the franchise but it took six years of narrative development to reach this point and a handful of events in the walker-infested Universe the characters are from. Melissa Hutchinson will be reprising Clementine's role one last time and we hope Telltale Games does proper justice to Clem by building a compelling conclusion to give her a proper sendoff.