Check out this trailer for Herald, a mix between a point-and-click and a visual novel. Set in an in an alternate version of 1857, you play as Devan Rensburg, a man in search of his roots. Herald: Book I & II is available right now through Steam, Humble Store and GOG.
While The Wolf Among Us may not have the emotional punch that Telltale’s other key franchise had in its finale, Cry Wolf manages to end on a satisfying note.
Traditionally, penultimate episodes involve quite a bit of preamble. Praise be to Telltale Games then as they deliver one of the most thought-provoking and dramatic episodes yet.
Not only does the drama and tension continue to build in ‘A Crooked Mile’, but so does the vice grip this game holds over Diarmuid’s attention.
The past few weeks have have been dominated by high-profile, AAA titles but despite their undoubted quality, my time has been dominated by something else – namely LUFTRAUSERS.
After an almost four month long absence, The Wolf Among Us returns with things getting murkier and murkier in Fabletown.
Proteus is a surreal exploration game developed by Ed Key and David Kanaga, and ported by Curve Studios, which may not actually be a game.
The first episode of Telltale Games’ new game, The Wolf Among Us, suggests it is following The Walking Dead’s path to success.
LUFTRAUSERS seems set to join the growing list of fun arcade games from the two-man Dutch studio Vlambeer.