Posts Tagged ‘The Walking Dead: Season 3’

The Walking Dead’s final season brings back Gary Whitta

Veteran The Walking Dead storyman Gary Whitta will return to the episodic zombie apocalypse story ’em up for its fourth and final season, Telltale Games announced today. Whitta was story consultant on the first season and wrote its fourth episode, as well as contributing to add-on episode 400 Days, but hasn’t been involved with it for years. The series has declined over the years so hopefully he might help reverse this.

Telltale have also announced they’re working on prettied-up versions of their earlier Walking Dead games for a big console collection, though they haven’t confirmed if those will come to PC too. (Update: doesn’t look like it.) Read the rest of this entry »

The Walking Dead S3’s episode 3 rising in March

Telltale kicked off The Walking Dead season 3 [official site] with two episodes at once, and if you’re into it I do hope you’ve savoured them. Episode 3 is due to arrive “later next month”, Telltale announced today. All they say about it for now is that it’s named ‘Above the Law’. But which law? Read the rest of this entry »

Wot I Think: The Walking Dead – A New Frontier Eps 1&2

Telltale’s The Walking Dead [official site] comes back into our lives after just over two years away, but is it a welcome return with fresh water and bandages, or a shambling wreck of fetid corpse. It’s the second one. It’s fucking awful. Here’s wot I think: Read the rest of this entry »

The Walking Dead season 3 shambling towards Dec 20th

The third season of Telltale’s episodic The Walking Dead story-o-adventures will kick off on December 20th, the developers announced today. Clementine will return once more with new pals/future corpses and oh gosh is the world still full of wandering zombies? You’d think that rotten mob would’ve settled down by now. The third season continues Telltale’s wacky new policy of superlong names, bearing the official title The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier [official site]. Nailed it. Read the rest of this entry »