Yesterday afternoon in celebration of San Diego Comic Con, Telltale games announced that a sequel to Batman: The Telltale Series was closer to release than some might expect. The second season of the acclaimed adventure looks to build on the narrative universe established in ‘Batman: The Telltale Series. Batman The Enemy Within will introduce the player to new enemies while reuniting Bruce W...[Read More]
For five years, Telltale’s The Walking Dead has impacted and captivated audiences around the world with a heart breaking narrative. Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Season One introduced players to Lee, a convicted felon heading to prison, and Clementine, a scared little girl whose family disappeared. As the two search for a way to escape, they make new allies along the way some who live a...[Read More]
Three years have passed since the release of the last episode of The Wolf Among Us. Since then, fans of the series have eagerly anticipated the second season of the Fables based story and the return of the big bad wolf. After years of waiting, Telltale Games has finally acknowledged the communities request for the Wolf Among Us 2 and in 2018, Telltale plans on giving the community what they reques...[Read More]
Last month, episodic story-tellers Telltale Games and world-renowned game developer Mojang announced that Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 would be releasing on July 11, 2017, on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android-based devices. When the official announcement was made, it came as no surprise that Telltale games was working on the second season of Minecraft: Story Mode, especially d...[Read More]
Last month, Marvel and Telltale released the first episode of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy:The Telltale Series. The first episode, titled “Tangled Up in Blue,” had the Guardians face their arch nemesis, Thanos and an enemy thought to be extinct called the Kree. As the chapter unfolded, the Guardians discovered that the two enemies that they faced are after a mystical object c...[Read More]
Greetings Backloggers! It’s always interesting to me to see the history of how something has come to be. Fallout 4 wouldn’t be the game it was without Fallout 1 & 2, for example, nor would The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild be what it is without a history of Zelda games stretching back over twenty years and across every Nintendo platform.
During tonight’s “The Game Awards”, Telltale Games (The Walking Dead, Batman The Telltale Series) revealed their next point and click adventure with Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series.
I grew up on Back to the Future. Now, I didn’t see it in theaters when it first came out, seeing as how I was still a few months shy of my third birthday, but as soon as I was old enough to understand the absolute brilliance of the series, I became a lifelong fan. If you aren’t a fan, then you’re just not doing it right. Luckily, Telltale Games managed to get a fan of Back to the...[Read More]
First off, there’s nothing wrong with a little Kool and the Gang, and damn you, sir (or madam), for looking down on me. That being said, I’m a fan of poker (I know, talk about a non-sequitur!). My friends and I used to get together every weekend for massive games that would run into the wee hours of the morning, at which time we would go to the nearby 24-hour Denny’s and hang o...[Read More]
The Freelance Police return in Season 3’s “Mind-blowing” finale! MILD SPOILER ALERT
I hope you will allow me to preface this review by making a few things clear (you don’t really have a choice in the matter anyway, to be perfectly honest). First, the last Sam & Max game I played was over 15 years ago in the form of Sam & Max Hit the Road, by LucasArts. Second, TellTale Games was kind enough to provide a copy of not only Beyond the Alley of the Dolls, but also copi...[Read More]
Recently, Telltale Games released Puzzle Agent. While the name sounds relatively simple and safe, don’t let it fool you. This game was absolutely insane.