The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series News
Store Update 10th July 2013 (Europe)
The one that nearly got away
It’s been an incredible year for gaming thus far, but we’ve definitely hit the summer lull. As such, you could probably forgive us for skipping this week’s European PlayStation Store update entirely – and we nearly did. Still, we’ve managed to engineer a spare minute or two, so here’s the latest content vying...
News The Walking Dead: 400 Days Debuts, Er, Tomorrow in North America
The hotly anticipated add-on chapter for Telltale Games’ award-winning The Walking Dead episodic series will shuffle onto the PlayStation Network tomorrow in North America. Those of you in Europe will have to wait until 10th July to get your hands on the expansion, which will retail for $4.99 in the land of the free. The...
News The Walking Dead: Episode One Stumbles onto Your PS3 for Free
No excuse not to enjoy the undead adventure now
In a move that’s absolutely not intended to rain on the parade of upcoming first-person shooter The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, award-winning developer Telltale Games has announced an enormous sale for its own episodic The Walking Dead adventure on the PlayStation Network. Starting from...
News The Walking Dead Has Sold an Incredible 8.5 Million Episodes
Telltale’s excellent take on The Walking Dead may have been a surprise critical success, but it’s also been a huge commercial smash hit too. Chatting with the Wall Street Journal, co-founder Dan Connors has revealed that the series has sold a whopping 8.5 million episodes across multiple platforms. “At about $5 per episode,...
News Telltale's The Walking Dead Was Inspired by PS3 Exclusives
Company's keen to adapt Star Wars next
Telltale Games’ award winning take on The Walking Dead was heavily inspired by PlayStation 3 exclusives such as Uncharted and Heavy Rain. Chatting with Red Bull UK, co-founder Dan Connors explained that the team spent a lot of time analysing th
News Digital Exclusives Highlight the Turning of the Tide at the VGAs
Amongst classic Hideo Kojima mind tricks, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 commercials, and some lewd Samuel L. Jackson skits, this year’s Spike Video Game Awards also doled out a handful of gongs to the creators of 2012’s very best software. In the end, it turned out to be a banner year for downloadable titles, with both The Walking Dead...