The Walking Dead: The Final Season returns for Episode 2. With recent studio closure, this might be an unintended finale for the now canceled game. Let’s see if Telltale left The Walking Dead on a high or low note.
The Walking Dead by Telltale Games has returned for its final season. Let’s see if this highly anticipated finale is worth your time, or another blunder in recent Telltale releases.
Telltale’s second season of episodic Batman content nears its end with the arrival of Episode 4: What Ails You. This season has released to mixed results, and a great penultimate episode is just what it needs. Let’s see if Episode 4 delivers.
Telltale’s Batman Season 2 returns with its third episode, a welcome improvement on the series thus far. Find out what makes Episode Three better than Episode Two with our definitive review.
The point n click genre holds a lot of nostalgia for many players, especially those who grew up on LucasArts adventures in the 90’s. Indie game Splittown plays into those memories, playing out like a classic point n click from yesteryear. The demo is available for everyone to try.
Telltale’s original Batman series was interesting, but fell flat in many areas. The prolific adventure game studio returns to Arkham in the second season, but does it manage to redeem the series? Let’s see how the Dark Knight handles his return.
Telltale wraps up their most recent episodic “Walking Dead” season with “Episode 5: From the Gallows”. I’ve been lukewarm on the majority of the season up until now; does the final episode redeem the season?
Growing up in the 90s, I had a lot of exposure to some great years in PC adventure games. Namely, games like the 1987 classic Maniac Mansion, 1990s hilarious pirate…