The Walking Dead episodes 2-5 are half off today for Xbox 360 and episode 1 is still free until Tuesday!
Telltale Games released the first episode of their excellent The Walking Dead game as a freebie on iOS for a limited time. In “A New Day” you meet Lee Everett who is on his way to jail when the zombie apocalypse breaks out. Lee meets Clementine, a young girl waiting for her parents, and…
First images for ‘The Walking Dead’ Lee Everett and Clementine custom figures
I just finished it… I’m so depressed. Literally sad after playing that game. I almost don’t want to play it again just to avoid going through that ending all over again.
Yet at the same time I can’t wait to play season two. I really hope it continues the story, which seems like the case.
(Reblog if you had a chance to finish it)
Telltale Games has announced the release date for the final episode of their popular adventure series based on The Walking Dead, titled “No Time Left.” The episode will mark the end of a very impressive collection of stories that directly tie-in to the popular comic book series by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.
Telltale has enjoyed an incredible amount of success with its online series of The Walking Dead since it first launched back in April. The first episode went on to sell more than 1 million copies in just 20 days, making it the fastest-selling Telltale game to date.
“We can’t thank you all enough for your incredible support and we can’t wait for you all to experience the season finale of YOUR Walking Dead story,” …
“With one week left until launch worldwide, now is a great time for you and your friends to catch up on the series so you can all experience the season finale and discuss it together.”
The developer will be releasing the 5-game series in two different collections that are expected to arrive on December 4 for both the PS3 and Xbox 360. One edition will include the bare-bones package of the complete series while a special edition will include the games as well as The Walking Dead: Compendium One, which collects the first 48 issues of the hit comic book series.
Fans should not fear that this will be the last game from Telltale that explores The Walking Deadlandscape as the last chapter in the series is being billed at the Season finale; Telltale has already commissioned a second series of The Walking Dead games that are expected to arrive next year.
The season finale of The Walking Dead arrives on the PSN on November 20th, while the PC, XBLA and iOS versions will arrive on the following day, November 21.
Telltale Games Continues Their Comics For Grownups Kick, Confirms They’re Making Games Based On ‘Fables’
The Walking Dead Episode 4 is out RIGHT NOW!
Episode Four Of The Walking Dead Is Out This Week
The next episode that continues Telltale’s intriguing take on The Walking Dead is releasing tomorrow, the developer/publisher announced today.
Well, sort of. PSN users get first dibs with its release tomorrow. Everyone else in NA will have to wait for Wednesday (shucks). From the official release:
The Walking Dead: Episode Four - Around Every Corner will release Tuesday, October 9th on PlayStation Network in North America for $4.99 or as part of the Season Pass option for $19.99 which includes all five episodes. The episode will also be available on Xbox Live Arcade Wednesday, October 10th for 400 MS Points as DLC within the original The Walking Dead XBLA release, and also on PC/MAC as part of a Season Pass on the Telltale Games Store, as well as through our partners on Steam, Origin, Amazon PC Downloads, GameStop, and GameFly. European and international release dates for PlayStation Network are still to be confirmed. The title is in submission with our international partners at SCEE, and as soon as Telltale Games receives a release confirmation, a date will be announced.
We were also sent two new screenshots and one piece of art (featured above) for you to enjoy. As usual, the group of survivors sees themselves in some tricky situations. But most frigthening is Clementine’s look of hope as she leads Lee to what I guess she expects will be a reunion with her parents. Poor Clementine. If only it would be that easy. ‘Cause you know it won’t be.
I know, I know. Most of us that have finished episode 3 are absolutely dying to find out what happens next. How couldn’t we? Shit hit the fan hard in the last episode. There’s [EPISODE 3 SPOILERS] barely anyone left alive, and no clear indication of what will happen next—and something seems to…