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2011 Telltale Showcase Wrap-Up

Posted on Friday, February 18 @ 19:17:15 Eastern by Mike_Bryant

 


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Presently, An Interview With Back To The Future's Mike Stemmle




Announcement: Walking Dead and Fables Comic Book Games
 


If there's one company that consistently does right by their properties, it's Telltale Games. They have an unnatural, inhuman ability to pick out just the right IPs to put their patented spin on. So when I found out that they would tackling both the Walking Dead and Fables comic book franchises, I just kind of nodded and said to myself, "That makes sense." ~ Blake Morse (read more...)



Interview With Walking Dead Writer Sean Vanaman and Director Jake Rodkin






Jurassic Park Preview: Point and click that T-Rex!
 

Jurassic Park, the video game! No, not that one. Or that one. Not that one either. No… a new one, kinda. A game that takes you through the story and setting of the original Crichton classic. Who can take you through this roller coaster ride of adrenaline and extinct reptiles (or birds or whatever)? Why, only the masters of action-packed gaming, uh… Telltale Games? ~ Mike Bryant (read more...)


Interview with Jurassic Park's Dave Grossman and Dan Herrera





And Finally... Monkey Island, Puzzle Agent 2, and A Surprise
 

Rounding out Telltale Games’ release notes to the media, episodes two through five of Monkey Island will be released to PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad in March 2011, while episode one will soon be released in console form.

Fan favorite Puzzle Agent will also be released on the PS3, and the sequel, Puzzle Agent 2, will hit the market this summer. Hector: Badge of Courage, the grotesque and highly vulgar British import, also makes a return in episodes 2 and 3. The first mission proves to be as cheeky as the last title, complete with amputated feet, broken toilets, and Hector’s infatuation with a Helen Mirren poster. Look for these sequels sometime in the Spring, also on PC, Mac, iPhone, and iPad formats.

Lastly, a teaser. A promise of a revitalization of King’s Quest, with more info at a later date. ~ Mike Bryant

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