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Customers will from today be able to buy Telltale developed games from digital retailer Green Man Gaming.
The High Street will find new life in the undead next month as The Walking Dead arrives on shelves.
The Walking Dead’s all-important narrative arc may not be lost in the transition to next-gen.
Having single-handedly proven that episodic, narrative-driven gaming is very much a financial reality, Telltale has name-dropped some other key IP.
The latest chapter in Telltale's well received adventure game rendition of The Walking Dead arrives on digital channels this week.
Telltale has announced the next episode of The Walking Dead will arrive in October.
Telltale Games has announced a retail version of its thus far acclaimed adventure game take on The Walking Dead, heading for stores in time for the holidays.
The five episodes that comprise the first season of The Walking Dead will be released on disc at retail, developer Telltale has announced.
Telltale’s second title in its the Walking Dead series is due out on Xbox Live today, the company has said.
Having enjoyed success digitally, Telltale’s Back to the Future: The Game is to receive a retail release courtesy of Deep Silver in the EMEA region.
Publisher Kalypso Media has signed the rights to publish Telltale’s downloadable Jurassic Park game in boxed form early next year.
At least two developers employed at Californian studio Telltale Games wrote glowing reviews for their new game under the guise of impartial consumers.
Prehistoric monsters will be competing with some of the biggest names in games this Q4.
Game revamps of Back to the Future and Jurassic Park may be download-only for now, but retail will get a look in eventually.
A video game adaptation of popular TV series The Walking Dead could in the works at Telltale Games.
Developer Telltale games has announced that the first instalment in its series of games based on the Back to the Future brand will be released on PC and Mac in ...
Buyers of the upcoming Back to the Future trilogy on Blu-ray will discover a pleasant surprise in the box – a free copy of the first episode of the upcoming ...
Sam & Max developer Telltale Games has recruited Christopher Lloyd – the man who played the iconic Doc Brown in the Back to the Future films – to lend his ...
Telltale Games, the developer that delivered episodic chunks of Sam & Max, has according to reports snapped up the Jurassic Park licence.
An interface developer at UK dev Telltale Games has publicly claimed he believes the iPhone to be more powerful than Nintendo’s Wii.