The Walking Dead Episode 3: Long Road Ahead Latest News
The next season ofThe Walking Dead won't be starting this year, confirms Job J Stauffer. He does say that what he's "seeing this week will be, and it is insanely cool."
There'll be "news soon" on whatever Stauffer is referring. In another tease he says he didn't say there wouldn't be any The Walking Dead from Telltale this year. Some more 400 Days style DLC?
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and his companyhave teamed up with Sweden-based developer Gaming Corps to work on "well-known brands," that it will announce in March.
Thescheduled March 13-15 is where and when they'll announce their first game in development, with it expected to launch this year. Fingers crossed it's something for PC.
Discounts are shuffling their way onto the PlayStation Store update this week for European PS3 gamers. Telltale has "generously offered" the first episode in season one entirely free.
It's their sneaky way to whet your appetite for more emotional heartache in The Walking Dead, which will get 25% off starting Wednesday. Plus subscribers get 50% off this week.
The Walking Dead has been a tremendous success for Telltale Games, with season two just now entering the concept phase at the studio, reveals CEO and co-founder Dan Connors.
The developer was founded by former LucasArts talent, which is why Sam & Max and Monkey Island were among their ambitions. Connors would love a crack at Star Wars, or even Halo.
The Walking Dead developer Telltale Games is all about bite sized gaming experiences these days as the studio releases TV-like seasons for its games. Episodes 'engage over time' avoiding one offs.
Over the past decade a lot of the best storytelling "has been episodic storytelling," like The Sopranos or Game of Thrones. Telltale wanted to capture the "strength in that model" for gaming.