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The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 3 Isn’t Releasing This Month

After launching two episodes in December, which put them “at a slightly unusual rollout,” Telltale Games has revealed that The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 3 won’t be released this month. Asked on Twitter about the release date of Episode 3, Telltale’s Job Stauffer said, “Won’t be this month, should let folks down easy on that – but we hope to have news in February. Big episode! Worth the wait.” Stauffer also revealed that Telltale is “working in a lot of fan feedback for Ep 3,” and “Clem has an Ep3 scene that literally broke me.” In a separate tweet, Stauffer appears to have given a small status update on their Guardians of the Galaxy game, which GameStop says should be out around April. “On the sci-fi/spacey side of things, seeing a lot of awesomeness coming together more & more quickly now. Cannot WAIT to share 1st looks!” Stauffer tweeted. Featuring Episodes 1 and 2, as well as access to the remaining three episodes as they become available, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Season Pass Disc will be available through retailers in February for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. [Source: Job J Stauffer (Twitter 1, 2, 3, 4)] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!


In the UK: FIFA 17 Was The Top Selling Game at Retail for 2016; Hardware and Software Sales Fall for the Year

Research institute GfK has released its information and full year figures for the UK physical games market in 2016. …Read More The post In the UK: FIFA 17 Was The Top Selling Game at Retail for 2016; Hardware and Software Sales Fall for the Year by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.


Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Gets New Info Revealed About Storyline


Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 5 Review: The Hero That Gotham Deserves

At the beginning of Batman: The Telltale Series, players were introduced to Bruce Wayne and Batman at the peak of their ability when it came to fighting crime and defending the people of Gotham. However, over the …Read More The post Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 5 Review: The Hero That Gotham Deserves by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.


Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 4 Review: Return to Arkham

Since its debut in August, Telltale Games’ Batman series has made a focused effort to bring players into a vision of Gotham that, while mostly familiar to longtime fans, also provides some radical (and much needed) “remixes” …Read More The post Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 4 Review: Return to Arkham by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.

GameStop Lists Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy for April 2017

[embedded content] Announced at The Game Awards last month, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series could be releasing in April 2017, if a GameStop listing is to be believed. According to the product listing, the Guardians of the Galaxy Season Pass Disc will release on April 25 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Since Telltale sometimes releases the first episode digitally before the full Season Pass Disc (The Walking Dead: A New Frontier premiered in December and the retail release is out in February), it’s possible Episode 1 of Guardians of the Galaxy will be available in late March or early April through digital stores. GameStop also included the description for Guardians of the Galaxy in their listing: 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…


The Walking Dead: A New Frontier: Episodes 1 & 2 Review — New Beginnings

While Telltale Games has spread its particular brand of interactive storytelling across franchises and series as diverse as Game of Thrones, Borderlands, Minecraft, and most recently with its Batman series, the 2012 introduction of The Walking Dead …Read More The post The Walking Dead: A New Frontier: Episodes 1 & 2 Review — New Beginnings by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.


10 IPs That Would Make Great Telltale Games (That We’ll Probably Never See)

10 IPs That We Wish Telltale Could Tackle Telltale Games has just recently released The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier, the third part of the series that arguably propelled Telltale Games into the spotlight. In addition to The Walking Dead, Telltale Games has also been hard at work on stories from other franchises ranging from Batman, Borderlands, and Minecraft to the recently announced Guardians of the Galaxy. Here, we will look at some franchises we would love to see Telltale Games work on that we probably never, ever will. This list does not take into account how realistic these options are, they are simply a list of titles we think fans of Telltale’s work would enjoy. Let’s get into it!   10 – Star Trek The Star Trek franchise has legions of fans of various mediums and eras and a proper Star Trek Telltale series would stir up a lot of interest. With a variety of characters and casts to choose from, Telltale would be able to craft their story as they see fit; in fact, they could even come up with their own cast and adventures. Star Trek would certainly be an interesting series given

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The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier: Ep. 1 & 2 Review – Gripping, Intense and Brilliant

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier: Ep. 1 & 2 Review Telltale’s been very busy, with Tales from the Borderlands, Minecraft, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and very recently, Guardians of the Galaxy. What began as a tiny developer/publisher has grown far beyond what anyone could’ve expected in such a short span of time. However, I haven’t experienced any of Telltale’s recent projects, as The Walking Dead is what I’ve been clamoring for. After Season Two’s nail-biting finale, Clementine’s fate begged for a continuation, leaving followers desperate for more. Unlike Season Two’s slow build, A New Frontier leaves you gutted by the first Episode, opening in the thick of a family falling to the apocalypse. Telltale’s hubs are the only moments of peace throughout, every moment in-between has layers of tension, even when there’s not a walker in sight. ______________________________ “The tight script knows precisely when to lighten the atmosphere, put you on edge, and kick you in the teeth, leaving you distraught, and yet hungry for the next installment.” Utilizing the same small set of mechanics seen since The Walking Dead’s debut, it’s a blessing that A New Frontier’s writing is


The Walking Dead: A New Frontier PS3 & Xbox 360 Versions Cancelled

In a new post on their support website, Telltale Games has announced that the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier have been cancelled. “The Walking Dead: A New Frontier will not be available on PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 game consoles,” they said. “This includes digital and disc formats.” If you want to bring your save file forward from previous The Walking Dead seasons, Telltale explains that you’ll need access to the older console: If you would like to import a complete save from The Walking Dead – Season Two to a different platform than you originally played the game, you will need to download and install the latest patch for The Walking Dead – Season Two. Your device will need to be online in order to download the latest patch. Once your game is patched, you will see a new option to Upload your existing save on the in-game ‘Save Files’ menu. The Walking Dead – Season Two save you wish to use must be a complete season save to import to The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. You will also need a Telltale account to complete this process, which can be created for FREE at…


Batman The Telltale Series Ep. 5: City of Light Review – Brutal Nuance (PS4)

[embedded content]This review will contain spoilers for all previous episodes and the current episode of Batman The Telltale Series. Here are our previous reviews for episode 1, episode 2, episode 3, and episode 4. Everything has been leading to this. Bruce Wayne discovering dark secrets about his family’s past. Vicki Vale’s hidden agenda as the Rogue’s Gallery’s newest villain. Cobbelpot’s betrayal of a childhood friend. Dent’s… well, I’m not quite sure what the hell happened with Dent. City of Light is the conclusion to the season, and after a slow first half, Batman The Telltale Series has been moving with an impetuous resolve towards the end. The biggest question throughout the series is about what Bruce Wayne will be willing to sacrifice to save his city from those that threaten to burn it to the ground? In City of Light, that question will be put to the test. The opening of episode five is different depending on if you chose to go after Penguin or Two-Face at the end of episode four. No matter which one you chose, sacrificing Bruce Wayne’s assets or Batman’s tech, the opening wraps up each of these seemingly massive decisions quite concisely. Either Dent fails to actually…

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BATMAN – The Telltale Series Season Finale Trailer is Here

BATMAN – The Telltale Series Season Finale Trailer Shows Epic Final Showdown The series finale episode of Telltale’s comic-book-turned-video game, BATMAN – The Telltale Series Episode 5: ‘City of Light’, has an all new trailer and it sets the stage for Batman and the leader of the Children of Arkham’s final showdown. Episode 5: ‘City of Light’ will be available to download digitally worldwide on December 13th for PC on the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, Xbox One and Xbox 360, and PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. A physical copy of the series will also be available at retailers in North America and Europe, which will contain Episode 5: ‘City of Light’ and other four episodes as they become available online. In the final act of a plan that intends to completely destroy the Wayne family name, the leader of the Children of Arkham puts Batman’s closest friends and family in their bloody path of vengeance. Playing the game as the city of Gotham’s Dark Knight himself, you must make crucial choices which will save and/or endanger Batman’s ultimate secret, the Wayne family, and the city itself. To get you started on all the action, BATMAN – The Telltale Series Episode 1:


The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Save Importing, Story Generator Explained

If you played previous seasons of The Walking Dead and want to import your save data to The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, Telltale Games has explained exactly how that will happen. Additionally, if you haven’t played any previous seasons, or don’t have access to your save data, they’ve also detailed how you can tailor your story for season three. Warning: Major The Walking Dead Season Two Spoilers Ahead Starting with those who have a Season Two save file, importing your save file on the same device will be as simple as pushing a button: If you’re playing on the same device, and you still have your old Season Two save, you can import them directly. When you start Season Three, you’ll be prompted if you’d like to import your Season Two save. If you have a Season Two save file on an older device (such as a PlayStation 3) and want to import it to a newer device (such as a PlayStation 4), you’ll need to have access to your older device: If you want to play on a new device, and still have your old device and old Season Two saves. Then we’ve done our best to help you out. We’ve updated Season Two (on…

Telltale Unleashes Launch Trailers for The Walking Dead Season 3, Batman Episode 5

[embedded content] Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 5: City of Light brings the season to a close tomorrow, December 13 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, and iOS/Android devices. If you’ve played the previous four episodes, check out the above launch trailer for a preview of what to expect in the finale. Then, on December 20, Telltale will begin the third season of The Walking Dead, titled A New Frontier, with two episodes: Ties That Bind Part II and Ties That Bind: Part II. In the launch trailer, you’ll get to see some familiar faces from The Walking Dead universe, while also learning more about the situation that brings Javier and Clementine together: [embedded content] Both episodes will be available for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and iOS/Android devices on December 20. Release dates for PS3 and Xbox 360 will be announced later. You’ll also be able to purchase a Season Pass Disc in February 2017 for PS4 and Xbox One that includes Episode 1 on-disc, and will give you access to the remaining four episodes as they become available. If you’ve played previous The Walking Dead seasons, you’ll be able to tailor the backstory, though Telltale isn’t saying exactly how it will work just yet: The…