The Walking Dead Season Two is one of the most awaited games from Telltale Games, and it's been a long time coming for avid fans who want to see where their past decisions will take them.
It has already been confirmed from previous reports that Clementine will be the main character for The Walking Dead Season 2. More recently, Omid has been added to the cast, though his interactions with Clementine and how this will affect your game has not been detailed.
What have been clarified are some details for when you buy the game on December 18. Titled Episode 1: All That Remains, the game will be out for $5 on the Xbox Games Store. Joystiq adds that you can also buy the entire Second Season via the season pass, which will be available at $15.
News and updates on The Walking Dead, plus details for The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2, also from Telltale Games: Read the story here.
Tales from the Borderlands: Putting two geniuses in a game
At VGX 2013, Gearbox Software has revealed that it will be collaborating with Telltale Games for the next Borderlands game, which has been decided to be an episodic game series titled Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Games Series.
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The game is set to debut on 2014 for consoles, PC and Mac, and even mobile devices. On their official web site Gearbox Software states that the next Borderlands game will go beyond the existing worlds to create new characters.
"Gearbox shares the independent spirit that Telltale was founded on, and like Telltale, they've broken the boundaries of what to expect within a gaming genre," said Dan Connors, CEO of Telltale Games. "Our partnership is something that we are very excited about, because it will unite the incredibly rich world of Borderlands with Telltale's focus on story-telling driven by player choice, and characters that people truly care about."
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Game of Thrones gets more details
You know Telltale Games is on a roll when it has three blockbuster games up its sleeves and fans awaiting every morsel of detail to come out for them.
The last game is also one with some of the biggest fanbases around, Game of Thrones, which was adapted from the HBO TV series, which in turn, was also adapted from the book series from George R.R. Martin.
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According to GameSpot, Telltale Games will also flex its prowess with episodic takes on the game, as Game of Thrones has been signed as a multi-year and multi-title partnership with HBO.
"Working with HBO to developer a new game series based on Game of Thrones is a natural fit for our studio. This partnership will create an experience that will captivate the huge, global Game of Thrones audience. It will put them in control of the epic stories of warfare, intrigue, violence, and revenge, that we know and love," said Connors in a press release from PR News Wire.
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