Telltale Games has given us an official trailer for the next installment in their “Game of Thrones” series. The next release is episode 2 out of 6 and is titled “The Lost Lords,” the episode is set to be released for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC/Mac and Steam on February 3rd, for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 on February 4th, and for iOS on February 5th.
Episode Two picks up as House Forrester is in disarray. Their liege lord and his heir are dead, and Ironrath is occupied by Whitehill soldiers. The survival of the family depends upon those who are left. Placed at King’s Landing, the epicenter of intrigue, Mira Forrester must weigh her loyalty to Margaery Tyrell against the needs of her family, while choosing how to play the political games of Tyrion Lannister. One misstep could spell doom for Mira and her entire family. To the far north, Gared Tuttle finds that the wall and its crows hold little love for a squire from the Wolfswood, but finds kinship in the bastard son of Ned Stark. Gared must prove worthy of becoming a ranger in order to carry out the mission given him; one that is vital to the future of those he serves. To the east, Asher Forrester, the exiled son, is called back to Westeros to aid his family, but how can one man help when the Boltons rule the north with an iron fist? Meanwhile, an unexpected source of hope returns to the Forresters, but Ironrath is no place for the weak.
Episode 1 is available now for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS, and PC.
The first trailer for the upcoming new Telltale game series, “Game of Thrones” has been released. The trailer, known as “Iron From Ice” is for the first episode of the game series.
The trailer is narrated by Lena Headey who plays Cersei Lannister in the television show on HBO. The game follows the members of House Forrester — long-time allies of House Stark. With Cersei in the mix, this doesn’t bode well for the Forresters.
Some of the television show’s cast members will reprise their roles for the game including Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer), Ramsay Snow (Iwan Rheon). More cast members are reported to join in later game episodes.
“Game of Thrones” by Telltale will be six episodes long with five playable characters from the Forrester family. It will be releasing on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PC/Mac, iOS, and “additional platforms.” We currently do not have an official release date.
You can watch the trailer below:
A brand new teaser (the third actually!) has been released for Telltale Games upcoming new episodic game, “Game of Thrones.” This teaser gives us a little more information regarding the setting and character of the highly anticipated release.
It should be noted that there are spoilers for the book and/or TV series if you are not caught up.
It appears that the timeframe and area for the game is in North and will focus on Stannis while he intervenes against House Bolton and House Greyjoy. However, there could also be a new story that we don’t know about being presented in the familiar territory.
IGN attempted to contact TellTale to confirm the storyline but were unable to get any information.
More information will likely release soon! For now you can watch the teaser below:
As if this was actually a question, but Telltale Games announced during the Skybound Entertainment panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 that their game “The Walking Dead” will continue on for a third season.
Unfortunately they did not give fans very many details about what the next installment will include. They also could not confirm when the game will release. Understandably Telltale is a bit busy as they are planning to release “Borderlands” and “Game of Thrones” this year.
The Telltale series takes place in the same fictional world as the comic book series from Robert Kirkman and the AMC series, with events occurring shortly after the onset of the zombie apocalypse in Georgia. Some characters from the original comic book series also make in-game appearances.
Hopefully Season 3 of “The Walking Dead” game will release sometime in 2015.
TellTale Games has officially announced that both seasons of “The Walking Dead” and their newest game, “Wolf Among Us” will be released on the PS4 and Xbox One later this year.
The news was revealed via a blog post, where the developer also explained “The Walking Dead – Season Two” and “Wolf Among Us” will be available as retail discs for Xbox 360 and PS3 thanks to strong sales.
Currently, “Wolf Among Us” has one more final episode to release while “The Walking Dead – Season Two” is in full swing.
TellTale Game is also preparing to release a new game in collaboration with Gearbox called “Tales From The Borderlands,” not to mention the mysterious episodic Game of Thrones project that has been confirmed without much else.
The next chapter of “The Wolf Among Us” will release next week on May 27 for PC, Mac, and PlayStation Platforms. It will then hit Xbox 360 on May 28, and iOS devices on May 29. A new screenshot was released which you can see above though it doesn’t seem to reveal very much.
Episode 4 of the TellTale Games series is titled “In Sheep’s Clothing.”
“The Wolf Among Us” is set in the year 1986, decades before the events of the first issue of Fables (the comic book series the game is based on.) For years, many of the magical and mystical lands described in myth, legend, and folklore (known colloquially as “the homelands”) have been occupied by an enigmatic tyrant known only as the Adversary. To escape the Adversary’s marauding armies and totalitarian regime many creatures and characters known as “fables” fled to the mundane world and created an enclave known as Fabletown in colonial America, now located in modern-day Manhattan. To mask their presence from the native humans (referred to as “mundies”) all non-human fables have to purchase an enchantment known as a “glamour” which allows them to appear human, or be relocated to a rural community known as “The Farm”. The reformed Big Bad Wolf, Bigby Wolf (voiced by Adam Harrington), is the sheriff of Fabletown and is responsible for hiding the community from the wider world and enforcing its laws.
Remember, if you bought the season pass then you’ll get episode 4 for no extra charge. It will cost $4.99 to everyone else.
You can see the trailer for episode 4 below:
Telltale Games have officially given us a release date for “The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 3.” The upcoming chapter of the zombie saga is titled “In Harm’s Way” will slowly be released across different platforms.
PC and Mac owners worldwide will be getting the title on May 13, along with North American PS3 owners. Xbox 360 owners and those with a PS3 in Europe will get it a day later on May 14, while it’ll hit iOS devices on May 15.
Last week the first screenshots from the upcoming adventure surfaced, showing actor Michael Madsen as William Carver, and others showcasing the surviving characters from previous episodes that remain a part of your story, including those from The Walking Dead: 400 Days.
The debut trailer for the game has also been released. You can watch it below:
The official trailer for the upcoming episode 3 of “The Wolf Among Us” from Telltale Games has released! The third episode of the “Fables” based serial video age is titled “A Crooked Mile.”
“The Wolf Among Us” is a five-episode series from the creators of 2012 Game of the Year The Walking Dead. Based on Bill Willingham’s classic comic series “Fables,” it is an often violent, mature and hard-boiled thriller where the characters and creatures of myth, lore and legend are real and exist in our world.
As Bigby Wolf – THE big bad wolf in human form – you will discover that the brutal, bloody murder of a Fable is just a taste of things to come, in a game series where your every decision can have enormous consequences.
“The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3” will release Tuesday, April 8 for PC and Mac worldwide, and for PlayStation 3 in North America. The episode releases for Xbox 360 worldwide and on PS3 in Europe the next day, April 9. “A Crooked Mile” releases next week for iOS as well, though no concrete date was given on Telltale’s Twitter account.
You can watch the trailer below. Note: there are potential spoilers in the trailer for anyone who hasn’t completed Episode 1 and 2 yet.
A few weeks ago it was rumored that TellTale Games was working on a “Game of Thrones” video game similar to their extremely popular “The Walking Dead” series. At the time, the developer remained quiet about the rumors but at this weekend’s VGX Awards event, Telltale announced it had two new projects on the way one of which is an untitled GoT project.
TellTales Games went a step further and released a teaser trailer for their two new projects which you can see below.
Currently, it is still not known whether the game would be based on the HBO series or the source material, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” by George R.R. Martin. The HBO series is based on the novels from “A Song of Ice and Fire” written by Martin. He began the first volume of the series, A Game of Thrones, in 1991. He published it in 1996. Martin gradually extended his originally intended trilogy to seven volumes, the fifth of which, A Dance with Dragons, took him five years to write before its publication in 2011. Martin’s work on his sixth, The Winds of Winter, is still underway.
I am pretty sure we can count on TellTale to give us something amazing.
Telltale Games, the company behind the hugely successful “Walking Dead” video games series is reportedly developing a new game based on everyone’s favorite fantasy series, “Game of Thrones.” IGN has reported that they have heard from multiple sources that the developer is working on the game adaptation.
However, it is not currently known whether the game would be based on the HBO series or the source material, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” by George R.R. Martin.
When asked, Telltale Games responded simply,
“We get these sorts of rumors about what we could be working on next cropping up all the time. Officially we have no comment.”
If anyone is going to make a “Game of Thrones” video game, I would want Telltale to be one of the developers. If it is anything like the “Walking Dead” season games it would be massively successful and masterfully well done (I am assuming, of course.) What we don’t need is another fuck up like the last “Game of Thrones” video game that failed both in the eyes of critics and fans.
The HBO series is based on the novels from “A Song of Ice and Fire” written by Martin. He began the first volume of the series, A Game of Thrones, in 1991. He published it in 1996. Martin gradually extended his originally intended trilogy to seven volumes, the fifth of which, A Dance with Dragons, took him five years to write before its publication in 2011. Martin’s work on his sixth, The Winds of Winter, is still underway.