It’s been over 20 years since Jane Jensen’s seminal point ‘n click adventure, Gabriel Knight graced the bedroom PCs of a generation of gamers. A score of years which hasn’t been all too kind to the genre, and it’s really … Continue reading →
Those yet to play The Wolf Among Us Episode 5 “Cry Wolf” may want to note the time they start. This will come in handy when the end credits roll and the player wonders how Telltale Games thinks it can … Continue reading →
The Magic bandwagon continues to roll on unabated this year. After a successful release of Duels of the Planeswalker 2014 and 2013 being given away for free to XBox Live Gold members, a new wave of gamers have been introduced … Continue reading →
On the run, in trouble and out of luck. To say that Episode 2 begins precariously would be an understatement. The repercussions of the previous episode are in full effect as Clem finds herself in a mad dash to safety … Continue reading →
It seems like only yesterday that Telltale Games’ impossibly well liked, The Walking Dead came to it’s firest season finale. Since we were guiding Lee and Clementine on their perilous journey across zombie-infested America, to try and re-unite the little … Continue reading →
It seems like a no brainer. A surefire method for success. Take the tried, tested, and much beloved world of BioShock‘s Rapture; a city beneath the seas; and throw BioShock Infinite’s Booker Dewitt and Elizabeth into the noiresque mix.
A video game auteur seems like an oxymoron; in these days of triple A games with staffs of developers bordering on the thousands, how can we say that a video game reflects one person’s creative vision?
Before we get to Telltale Games’ latest foray into episodic point and click gaming with The Wolf Among Us, let’s get all literary up in here with a look at “fractured fairytales”. Fractured fairy tales are a rather special genre … Continue reading →