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The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead, another season is not expected

Recently, rumors have appeared on the net that the Fifth Season of The Walking Dead was in development. Surely news that has attracted the attention of fans of the series and ...

The Wolf Among Us 2 has been officially re-announced

Telltale Games, at the Game Awards, has just announced The Wolf Among Us 2 again. Although the team has not yet shared any further details, it has published an announcement trailer that you can see here ...

Telltale Games comes back to life thanks to LCG Entertainment

Telltale Games, creators of the episodic games dedicated to The Walking Dead, Batman and Game of Thrones, were shut down last year after a tumultuous series of events but a company called LCG Entertainment ...
The Walking Dead - The Final Season

Work on The Walking Dead: The Final Season has begun again

Following the unexpected bankruptcy of Telltale Games, the future of the videogame series dedicated to The Walking Dead was in doubt. Two weeks ago, Telltale reassured fans, insisting that the last season, titled The ...

The latest employees leave Telltale Games

After Telltale Games went bankrupt, the developer reported that only 25 employees remained within the company. The news arrives via Twitter that these last 25 workers have also been released ...

Stranger Things by Telltale: gameplay footage leaked

Breaking news of the last few days has been the closure for bankruptcy of Telltale Games, with the relative cancellation of various projects, including an adaptation of the Netflix TV series Stranger Things. They, therefore, leaked online in ...

Surprisingly, Telltale Games might be able to finish The Walking Dead

After the shocking announcement on September 21, 2018, in which Telltale Games declared that it had initiated the closure procedures for bankruptcy, the future of The Walking Dead series remained uncertain, whose latest ...

Telltale Games closes in bankruptcy

The 21 September 2018 Telltale Games announced that the study would start bankruptcy closing practices. Only 25 staff members will remain on board to complete the remaining obligations. The statement...

Can Switch become a problem for Nintendo?

Nintendo is having a great time. Since the release of Switch, the company seems to have regained a place among the big names in video games, after the step ...

Sony sued for digital "monopoly"

Two years ago, Sony stopped selling download codes for its games at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. Now...

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