Major kudos have to go to Telltale for the fact that we’ve had an unbelievable amount of story in just the first two episodes, as a lunchtime attempt to recap for colleagues proved.
It’s been a long road from the aeroplane over the sea above Rapture’s lighthouse, through the darkly lit gloom of Booker T. Dewitt’s office, to the soaring heights of Columbia’s city in the sky.
Octodad: Dadliest Catch is either the easiest game in the world to describe or the hardest. Easy version: you’re a suit‑wearing octopus who is also a dad.
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If you are of a certain generation point and click adventures are likely to evoke a very special kind of nostalgia.
Telltale Games became a minor victim of its own success recently.
Batman crouches still and silent atop a stone gargoyle, a swirling snow-filled sky above him, the dank labyrinthine streets of Gotham scattered below.
Dreaming of being the man in charge of your favourite Football team is surely one of the most widely enjoyed spheres of back seat management.
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.
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 …
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Erica Reed is a Boston FBI agent, set on capturing the serial killer who took her brother’s life years ago.