Telltale Games, the studio that managed to be revived from the dead, has confirmed that they're still hard at work on the Wolf Among Us 2, the first project from the reimagined studio. However, it'll be a while before we hear more from the team.
A few months ago, Telltale Games, the developer behind titles like The Wolf Among Us, announced that it was shutting down. Telltale was considered to be a successful studio, but mismanagement cost it everything. However, a new report by Polygon states that it's back from the dead!
A few months ago, Telltale Games announced that it was closing its doors for good. Luckily, the team managed to hand off The Walking Dead: The Final Season to another developer. Unfortunately, the saga doesn't end there. When many developers go out of business, their games are delisted from various storefronts. That appears to be the case with all of Telltale's titles as well.
After over a decade of success, Telltale Games is shutting down due to a recent string of financial issues. In the wake of its downfall, we should remember just how much it contributed to gaming and how it paved the way for the adventure genre.
Telltale Games has unveiled information about the plan with the final season of their The Walking Dead games, but that's not what the company should be worried about. We should be worried about the developers who were laid off without severance.
A few days ago, Telltale Games announced that it was closing down. The executives terminated roughly 250 employees, some of which had relocated and started positions less than a week before the announcement.
According to various Telltale Games employees, the developer is closing down soon and has laid off the majority of its employees. The Verge reported that only 25 developers remain to finish The Walking Dead: The Final Season out of 250.
The Wolf Among Us 2, based on Bill Willingham's award-winning Fables comic book series from DC's Vertigo imprint, will now launch in 2019, rather than the latter half of 2018. This delay comes as the result of a few fundamental changes at Telltale.
The second episode of Batman: The Enemy Within, dubbed 'The Pact,' continues the intriguing, immersive story set up in the introductory episode despite stumbling through awkward pacing, boring gameplay, and technical issues.
Featuring excellent voice acting, a well-written plot full of twists and turns, and strong gameplay variety, the first episode of Batman: The Enemy Within is a thrilling introduction to Telltale Games' next entry into the episodic adventure genre.
Marvel games have been few and far between on consoles ever since SEGA lost the Marvel license. Thankfully, Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy delivers an awesome mix of characters, story, and action that fans of the movies and comics will love.
At its E3 2016 showcase, Telltale Games showed off a teaser trailer of The Walking Dead: Season 3. The highlight is that the game is getting a new playable character in addition to Clementine, named Javier.
Microsoft has posted an article detailing how Telltale Games brought Minecraft: Story Mode to Windows 10 via the Windows Store. It also says Telltale is working on bringing the game's engine to Lumia phones running on Windows 10 Mobile.