Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series is set to launch on April 18 across all platforms. According to Telltale Games the first episode, entitled Tangled Up in Blue, will release on that date, though no pricing has yet been revealed.
The announcement also revealed a brand new screenshot (which can be seen above) and promised a new trailer that will hit the web tomorrow. More importantly, the cast for the game have also been confirmed. This includes Scott Porter as Star-Lord, Nolan North as Rocket Raccoon, Adam Harrington as Groot, Brandon Paul Eells as Drax, and Emily O’Brien as Gamora.
Telltale Games have been exceptionally busy over the past 12 months or so as they expanded their portfolio into a number of new franchises. These included the likes of Minecraft and Batman. Alongside some of their more traditional series, that include a new series of The Walking Dead titled A New Frontier and the second season of Game of Thrones, the studio has significantly ramped up their development.
The answer to the question in the headline is “it depends on your definition of ‘revived’.” A company called LCG Entertainment has purchased the name and brand of Telltale, and is looking into buying back many of the former outlet’s output. So something that calls itself Telltale Games will exist,
Telltale’s The Walking Dead series has had a long and bumpy road to completion, but you’ll at last be able to slip the entire saga onto your shelf as one solid package. Or at least slip the digital copy into your hard drive folder, depending on your preference. Digital preorders
Telltale’s The Walking Dead series has had a long and bumpy road to completion. Its future was in question when its parent company collapsed, suspending development of all its signature point-and-click adventure stories. Some of them were removed from digital marketplaces, and it looked like The Walking Dead would share
If you go to the XBox 360 marketplace this week and look up the serialized video game Minecraft Story Mode, you might get a little sticker shock. Okay, more of a lighting bolt frying your brain — $99.99 is the tag. That isn’t the price of the entire series, it’s