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The fourth episode of The Wolf Among Us, In Sheep’s Clothing, will be available starting Tuesday, May 27th on PC/Mac as part of a season pass for $24.99 USD on the Telltale Online Store, Steam and other digital distribution services; and on PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 in North America individually for $4.99 USD, or as part of a season pass which includes access to all five episodes.

On Wednesday May 28th, the episode will be available on Xbox 360 via the Xbox Games Store for $4.99 USD or equivalent, or as part of a season pass upgrade. For iOS, the episode will be available starting Thursday May 29th as an in-app purchase individually for $4.99 USD, or as part of the episodes 2-5 multi-pack for $14.99. Release details on PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 in Europe are forthcoming. Stay tuned for details as soon as they become available.

Has the Wolf met his match? Beaten and bloody, Bigby is confronted by the realization that a society built on secrets is ripe for exploitation. And that the disenfranchised of Fabletown may see his prey not as the cause of their problems, but as their solution. Constantly caught between ‘the rules’ and doing the right thing, Bigby must tread a path fraught with danger in this penultimate episode of ‘The Wolf Among Us.’

Telltale Games has released the first screenshots from upcoming episodic adventure game, Tales From The Borderlands, a new take on the popular Borderlands universe created by Gearbox and 2K Games. You can see them below

Tales from the Borderlands is scheduled to launch this Summer and takes place in Pandora after the events of Borderlands 2.



Featuring two playable characters, the story is told from two unique perspectives that will alternate as the story progresses. These characters include Rhys, a scheming, low-level data-miner within Hyperion who’s plotting his own grand ambitions; and Fiona, a clever and classic fast-talking con-artist born and raised on Pandora out to pull off the grift of a lifetime.



While they themselves aren’t vault hunters, both Rhys and Fiona will also come across vault hunters such as Zer0 and other characters from the world of Borderlands 2 throughout the series, as all events in Tales from the Borderlands will be part of the official Borderlands story canon.


Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Games Series will be published digitally by Telltale Games in partnership with Gearbox Software and 2K Games this Summer.

There are funny game glitches, and then are glitches so perfect they instantly enter folklore. This is one of those glitches.

Telltale’s The Wolf Among Us spins a brilliant story, but protagonist Bigby accidentally pole dancing during a serious discussion with his doctor is the best scene yet. Not only is it visually hilarious, it somehow manages to work perfectly with the script and actually improves it.

Take a look at the video below:

“The stitches won’t hold up if you continue to act like you..normally do” – does it get any better than that?

We figured you’d enjoy this one, so here are some choices GIFS we made for you to throw around the internet:

Sensational. Hat tip to Josh Sawyer on Twitter for the find.

Update: What was originally thought to be one of the best game glitches ever is actually a mod, according to an update from Telltale to Kotaku, but that doesn’t make it any less hilarious. YouTuber Boat Master apparently edited The Wolf Among Us to give Bigby the same pole dancing animation seen in a previous episode of The Wolf Among Us. He has more handy work on his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCee4_nrDeiMI8B1YMmSwOIQ

Telltale Games has today released the first official trailer for ‘A Crooked Mile’, the third episode of episodic adventure series The Wolf Among Us.

A word of warning: this trailer contains MAJOR SPOILERS for the previous two episodes! If you’ve yet to play the season so far, definitely catch up before watching this trailer for ‘A Crooked Mile.’

‘A Crooked Mile’ will be arriving for download to consoles, PC/Mac, and iOS “very soon”. This third episode in The Wolf Among Us will be available on Xbox LIVE Marketplace and PlayStation Network for $4.99 USD or equivalent individually, or as part of a season pass option including access to episodes as they are released. On PC/Mac, the episode will be available as part of a season pass, and also available on the iOS App Store as part of a season multi-pack, or for $4.99 USD or equivalent as an in-app purchase within The Wolf Among Us application.

The Wolf Among Us is based on Bill Willingham’s award-winning comic book series ‘FABLES’ and licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

First details have emerged regarding Telltales’ anticipated episode adventure, Tales from the Borderlands. The developer announced the details during a panel at SXSW yesterday – see the video below.

Tales from the Borderlands takes place after the events of Borderlands 2, and will feature Telltale’s own take on shooter gameplay. While the game will see appearances from well known residents of Pandora, the story will actually be centred around two new protagonists – Fiona and Rhys, who first appeared in the VGX reveal trailer last December.

The game will follow the same episodic format as Telltale’s mega popular The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us series. TftB, as we’re now calling it, will be telling a story through a series of flashbacks, letting you play the same events from different perspectives and Fiona and Rhys tell their tales.

Telltale Games are known for story driven games with little-to-no action, so it will be interesting to see their ‘take’ on shooter gameplay. The first episode is due to e released this year, though no solid date is set.

At the same time as revealing TftB, Telltale Games also announced they are making a Game of Thrones episodic adventure. No further details have been announced on that one yet.


If there’s one thing our rose-tinted nostalgia glasses and series like Code Monkeys have taught us, it’s that stories always look better when presented with 8-bit graphics!

With Game of Thrones ramping up the promotion for its fourth season, everybody is understandably getting excited for its return (dragons! winter!) and all of the series’ best deaths are being celebrated again. To help, Buzzfeed’s Antonia Heslop has put together 14 brilliant 8-bit style GIFS of the most gruesome and shocking murders the series has produced. Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD! Stop now if you are not fully up-to-date with the series

Here’s our 7 favourite from the list. See the rest over at Buzzfeed.

Renly Baratheon assassinated by shadow

Bronn fights for Tyrion

Jon Snow knows how to kill a White Walker

Dragons burn Krazny’s ass

That Wildfire works pretty well

Ed Stark was taken from us far too early

The Red Wedding..how does it still look this horrifying in 8-bit!?

Telltale Games has signed up to make an episodic game based on Game of Thrones.

A Game of Thrones game is currently available on Facebook, which we featured in our look at the “Best TV & Movie Games” on the social network.

The Walking Dead is a very cool game. Michael “Mr Blonde” Madsen is a very cool actor. The two together? Sub-zero levels of awesome.

Telltale Games has today released a trailer for Season Two Episode 2 of The Walking Dead Video Game, “A House Divided”, which will be releasing on PS3 March 4th.

A House Divided features Clementine stuck between a group of survivors and their outcast leader – antagonist Carver, voiced by Michael Madsen. Check out the trailer below.

Telltale also confirmed today that the PlayStation Vita version of The Walking Dead: Season Two is tracking for release towards the end of March. Episode 1 and Episode 2 will be available for $4.99 USD each, or as part of a season pass option including access to Episodes 1-5 as they are released.

So, after Borderlands and Game of Thrones, how about a Reservoir Dogs game, eh Telltale?

Telltale Games has released a first screenshot for the next episode in The Walking Dead – Season Two.

The upcoming episode, “A House Divided”, is still without a confirmed release date. It will be the second of five episodes making up Season 2, following on from the December 2013 release of “All That Remains”.

Titled “Lukeclemwalkerbridge”, the single screenshot features Luke and Clementine, dealing with a walker…on a bridge. You probably guessed that.

A House Divided is currently scheduled for a “Q1 2014″ release.


    Telltale, the studio behind the Walking Dead game series, are developing games based on Game of Thrones and the Borderlands series.

    The Game of Thrones game, announced at the Spike VGX Awards, will be similar to the Walking Dead, although it promised big battles too, “You’ll be swinging a sword now and then”, but not to the extent of it being a purely action game. The trailer from Spike VGX can be seen in todays mag.

    As mentioned above, not only is Telltale working on a Game of Thrones game, but a Borderlands one too. The game, which will be called Tales from the Borderlands, will star new characters who aren’t vault hunters, but ‘wannabe vault hunters’.

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      The usual mid-year AAA release slump is upon us, leaving many gamers staring at their current crop of titles while patiently waiting for Q3/Q4 to roll in. It’s a typically quiet time, but don’t mistake that as meaning the games industry is going into hibernation. Especially not this year. The next-gen is just around the corner, and news on upcoming releases is leaking faster than a BP oil rig in a submarine battle.

      So let’s begin with the major announcement that kicked off this frantic news week – EA and Disney. The two powerhouse companies have joined forces for Disney’s Star Wars gaming push, meaning EA will pick up where the now all-but dead LucasArts left off. Disney may not be in everybody’s good books at the moment, what with the millions of Star Wars movies they plan to release and the closure of LucasArts; and EA are hardly the most loved company in the games industry either; but the thought of EA’s money and tech being piled into Star Wars games can’t be all bad news. Right?