The first two seasons of Telltale's The Walking Dead series, along with its spin-off The Walking Dead Michonne, have been added to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility library.
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The latest Humble Bundle is Telltale Games themed with almost every title the studio has developed available for a mere $15 (about £11.50). That's a $275 value! Plus the proceeds go to charity.
Telltale's take on The Walking Dead was always good in spite of its zombies, not because of them. Early in its first season we're given a none-too-subtle parable about how man is the real monster, a shrug-worthy observation that gets repeated umpteen times throughout the ongoing franchise. The titular walkers stopped being interesting ages ago: their purpose laid bare as a malleable plot device that could force our would be heroes into various uncompromising situations. With the gears of such a lazy, clichéd threat so readily transparent, it's a testament to Telltale that the developer manages to keep its human drama captivating among its resilient, war-torn leads.
Telltale's The Walking Dead Season Three is launching next week, 20th December, and here's how you can import your data between devices, regardless of platform or generation (Editor's note: Unless you're playing on Vita).
The third season of Telltale's The Walking Dead will again include Clementine, creator Robert Kirkman has confirmed.
The latest Humble Bundle is Telltale themed and it's a good one, offering 12 games for only $12 (about £8.40).
Telltale will debut its third season of The Walking Dead later this year.
The Walking Dead: Michonne, Telltale's three-part miniseries set after The Walking Dead: Season Two - is slated for a February release on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, Xbox 360, PS3, Android and iOS devices.
Telltale teased the upcoming spin-off in the following trailer at The Game Awards earlier tonight:
Like Telltale's other The Walking Dead titles, Michonne is canon to the comic series. It follows the titular character, played by Samira Wiley (Poussey Washington from Orange is the New Black), as she braves the zombie apocalypse between comic issues #126-139.
Telltale has announced a new mini-series in its Walking Dead canon based around Michonne, a character in the comic book series.
Telltale will not launch a third season of its The Walking Dead game this year, the developer has confirmed.
A third round of episodes will arrive at some point - likely in 2016 - although the studio currently has a full slate of other projects in production.
Writing on Twitter, Telltale spokesperson Job Stauffer confirmed fans would have to wait a little longer for more episodic undead action - but something "big" related to Walking Dead would still be released.
Telltale has teased that it has more The Walking Dead content coming before the game's third season.
Telltale's The Walking Dead will now arrive a week later than planned for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Europe - on Friday, 31st October.
Both of the game's seasons were previously announced for release this Friday, 24th October.
The PS4 and Xbox One editions are available as planned in North America today.
Both seasons of Telltale's The Walking Dead will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 24th October.
Physical and digital copies of each season will be available on the same date, Telltale announced (thanks, IGN).
Both seasons contain five individual episodes, while the first season also containing the bonus episode 400 Days.
Telltale has confirmed on Twitter that both seasons of The Walking Dead will be hitting retail on PS4 and Xbox One in October.
Additionally, Season Two will arrive in retail form on PS3, Xbox 360 and Vita. Season One already did just that last year.
Telltale also revealed that The Wolf Among Us is coming to retail in November on PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Note: As with all episodic game reviews, this review contains spoilers for previous episodes and, to some extent, for the episode in question. Proceed with caution!
You know things are bad when zombies showing up comes as a relief. Zombies are easy. You shoot them. You smash them. You run from them. You survive. They're simple. But people... people are complicated. Especially people who have only broken hopes for the future, people for whom the one tragedy capable of pushing them over the edge came at least five tragedies ago.
Price and availability
The Walking Dead: Season Two finale, No Going Back, is due next week on all platforms.
Here are the exact dates:
26th August: PC and Mac via Steam, PS3 and Vita in North America.
Telltale's The Walking Dead will return for a third season of episodes, the developer has confirmed.
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and Telltale founder Kevin Bruner confirmed the news during a panel at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend.
The developer is currently wrapping up the game's second season - its penultimate episode released last week, with the finale expected in the not-too distant future.
Note: as ever with episodic games, this review may contain spoilers for previous episodes of Season Two of The Walking Dead. So proceed with caution!
Price and availability
Xbox 360, PS3, Vita and iOS: individual episode £2.99-£3.99, season pass £9.99-£10.49
The penultimate episode of Telltale's The Walking Dead: Season Two launches next week for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and Xbox 360, plus iPhone, iPad and Mac.
PC and Mac gamers will get the episode first, on Tuesday 22nd July, alongside North American PS3 and Vita owners.
European PlayStation 3 and Vita owners must wait until the 23rd, alongside Xbox 360 owners worldwide.
The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us have been confirmed for PS4 and Xbox One releases later this year, Telltale has announced.
This will include both seasons of The Walking Dead and these will be available as retail releases, as previously rumoured.
Additionally, retail versions of The Wolf Among Us and The Walking Dead Season Two will be coming to retail on PS3 and Xbox 360, just as the first season of The Walking Dead did last year.
Former games journalist turned writer Gary Whitta will pen the script of 2016's standalone Star Wars film.
The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 3 - In Harm's Way will be out on nearly all platforms next week.
Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: Season Two will finally launch for PlayStation Vita next week.