Over Valentine’s Day Telltale Games hosted a special stream where they showcased the first six or so minutes of gameplay that will be available in their upcoming The Walking Dead: Michonne mini-series. Today there is a new trailer for The Walking Dead: Michonne to check out as we get closer to the series’ launch.
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Telltale Games’ upcoming mini-series The Walking Dead: Michonne is something we’ve reported on a couple of times already, having been keeping our eye on its development. Well it looks like Telltale Games is finally close to being ready to release this little series onto the world as they have finally announces a premier date for it.
Telltale Games held a short press event which was available for viewing over on YouTube’s live stream of E3 coverage and during this little press conference the company announces a new Walking Dead series which will be coming to all platforms including mobile. This new series is called Walking Dead: Michonne and will be a mini-series of three episodes in total.
The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land is an upcoming mobile game for Android that will be released alongside the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead Season 5. Set in the TV continuity of The Walking Dead, as opposed to TellTale’s game which takes place in the comic book universe, there wasn’t really much revealed in the cinematic trailer for the game other than that there will be zombies. Go figure.
TellTale Games has released a new trailer for the upcoming new episode for The Walking Dead: Season 2. For those of you keeping track, this would be Episode 4 of Season 2. Right now there isn’t a release date for the Android release, only for iOS and the PS Vita (July 22nd, 2014), but the Android version shouldn’t be too far behind.
The first three episodes of The Walking Dead: Season 2, are available now on Google Play. Being released in a similar fashion to season 1, the first episode of Season 2 is free with the other 2 episodes and the 2 remaining coming as in-app purchases. A Season Pass is also purchasable which discounts the entire season by 25 percent. Season 2 so far like its predecessor has been critically acclaimed upon its release. Season 2 brings more story altering decisions as you play as Clementine, a fan-favorite character from Season 1.
Due to the popularity of The Walking Dead franchise it should not really be much of a surprise that Zen Studios will be bringing The Walking Dead: Season 1 to Zen Pinball in the form of a new tablet to play. Considering how much eye candy, animation and general fun most pinball tables from Zen Studio have, this newly announced The Walking Dead table should be pretty good.
After a huge delay for Android devices, we have TellTale’s The Walking Dead season 1 on Google Play for all devices. Was the delay worth it though? Let’s have a look.
Finally the wait is over and Telltale Games has brought their hit point-and-click adventure series The Walking Dead: Season One to Android devices. In case you aren’t familiar with this series, The Walking Dead video games are based off of the TV Show of the same name. Zombies, the apocalypse, all that good stuff along with trying to survive.
AMC has announced that their tension and zombie filled TV show The Walking Dead will finally be getting a mobile game in the near future. AMC has brought on a new game development studio called Next Games which is almost a sort of ‘dream team’ in a lot of ways. Founder in Helsinki, Finland on the later part of 2013, this company has been formed from veteran designers from companies such as Rovio, Supercell and Disney.