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The Telltale Mega Collection contains almost all of its Xbox One games

According to a listing spotted in Hong Kong by TrueAchievements, it looks like you'll be able to buy all of their titles in one go.

The Telltale Mega Collection contains all of the following games:

All of these games are critically acclaimed adventures which should keep you busy for hours on end. Titles like Tales from the Borderlands and The Wolf Among are some of Telltale's best games. The stories are so unique and different that you won't put the controller down until you've played through them all.

Oddly enough, the Minecraft: Story Mode games are missing from the pass. It's unclear why they aren't part of the package even though other licensed games like Batman and Guardians of the Galaxy are in there. Despite the lack of Minecraft: Story Mode, the collection is still impressive.

Now comes the slightly shocking part. How much do you think it costs? Well, according to its Xbox Store listing, the collection costs $129.99 in the United States. Considering the amount of content you're getting in the package, that's actually quite reasonable. Be sure to check it out if you love Telltale's titles because it contains their best ones yet.

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4 Comments
  • Ugh! If you've played one telltale you have played them all. It was a neat concept in the beginning. Like an interactive movie, but then they kept producing trash. For every good series (like the walking dead), they produce 10 crap series. I expect to see this bundle in the digital clearance section pretty fast, and even then im not sure it's worth it.
  • I see what you mean.  I do enjoy many of their games but while they are great at storytelling, they haven't really advanced their gameplay mechanics.  I wish they'd go more of a Life is Strange route as that game has an amazing story and somewhat engrossing gameplay to go along with it.
  • Yup!  plus all of their games eventually go on sale for $5 for the whole package...  Most of the games in the bundle have been out for years, if you have waited so long to play them, you might as well wait for them to go on sale, and if you have played them, then the price is just too high just to add a couple more tittles to the collection
  • Just wait for steam sales, these usually goes down a lot more... $129 sounds like lot to me...