A new episodic Batman video game wasn’t the only thing Telltale showed off at The Game Awards 2015. The award winning studio also revealed that their upcoming three part mini-series starring Michonne, will now release in February of next year instead of this month.
When it was first announced, Telltale Games stated that players would be required to have at least completed the first episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two, in order to play the mini-series. Now that will no longer be the case as Telltale’s Head of creative Communications, Job Stauffer has confirmed via Twitter, that Michonne “will now be a stand-alone series”.
Confirmed: You *will* get your 1st look at TWD:Michonne @thegameawards. It won't premiere this month, but will now be a stand-alone series.
RealGamerNewz has one digital North American PSN code for the Telltale Games Collection for the Sony PlayStation 4 to give away to a lucky reader courtesy of our very own PlayStation News Contributor Eric Willard.
This bundle includes five critically acclaimed series by Telltale Games:
– The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season – The Walking Dead: Season Two – The Wolf Among Us – Tales from the Borderlands (Episodes 1-4 available now, Episode 5 to be released shortly) – Game of Thrones – A Telltale Games Series (Episodes 1-5 available now, Episode 6 to be released shortly)
The giveaway ended on Wednesday, September 16th at 12AM CST.
Telltale Games has released a lengthy trailer for the final episode of Season Two. The trailer recaps all major past events in the series; chronicling Clementine’s journey and transformation, from the first episode in season one right up until Season Two’s 4th. It is obvious to say this is one big SPOILER. So if you haven’t played Season one or haven’t caught up on the first 4 episodes in the second, go no further.
The Walking Dead: Season Two – Episode 5 – ‘No Going Back’ releases next week:
They’re screwing with the wrong people! Indeed… Check out instantly from the comfort of your air conditioned home what people have waited in line over in San Diego at Comic Con 2014 to see. This gives a new perspective on the upcoming fifth season of highly acclaimed, highly consumed television series based on post-apocalyptic zombie life and psychological drama called The Walking Dead. The new season airs Sunday October 12, 2014 at 9PM. Get your time zone’s premiere date HERE (note at the time of this post it’s over-run with too much traffic so try again later) and enjoy the full trailer below.
Next Games have partnered up with AMC to present The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land on Mobile platforms. The game is being developed solely for tablets and smartphones and will feature themes similar to the hit TV Show on AMC. Not much else is given on the title other than:
“Your characters will have to fight in a post-apocalyptic, walker-infested world and it’s all up to you to stay human and survive”
Which is pretty much the gist of zombie apocalypse games, hopefully it provides a story worth giving a damn and gameplay to match.
Check out the cinematic teaser trailer below, the game is expected to launch next year alongside the mid-season premiere for The Walking Dead Season 5 (The Show not the game). Maybe this will feature a story that branches off from that point in the show.
With the (Outstanding) final episode of The Wolf Among Us nowout in the wild and wrapping up the season, gamers will no doubt be clamoring for the final two episodes for The Walking Dead: Season Two. Well not to worry as Telltale Games has released two screenshots for the next episode and promised fans will learn more next week.
“The Walking Dead Season Two Ep 4 ‘Amid The Ruins’ is within arm’s reach! Check out the 1st screenshot here from where we left off… and stay tuned next week for more news on its upcoming release!”
“[2nd SCREEN] #TheWalkingDead Season Two Ep 4 ‘Amid The Ruins’ is nearly here. Look for more soon! #IamClementine”
Stay tuned to RGN for more info as it is released.
A listing on Gamestop‘s website for PS4 and Xbox One versions of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead Game of the Year Edition has appeared.
The next-gen package will include all 5 episodes for season one, the ‘400 Days’ DLC, a behind the scenes video and game soundtrack for $29.99. It is set to release on June 17th of this year. Telltale has yet to confirm this, but rest assured as soon as RGN learns more on the matter we will inform you guys pronto. So stay tuned.
The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season is available right now for the Amazon Fire TV and is listed under the ‘Great Games for Amazon Fire Game Controller’ Section of the Amazon Website (link here). The 400 Days Episode is also included in this offering in addition to all 5 episodes from the first season and can be played now on the new Amazon Fire TV device.
Those using Android Tablets or Phones will also be able to access the game from Amazon’s App Store for Android or Google Play, but the FireTV brings in the ability to hook up to a TV, grab a controller, and sit back to game without the need for overpriced / under-performing adapters and third party accessories. Take a look at the trailer for this game below.