By now, we all know how slasher movies go. The blonde girl gets killed first, the black guy doesn’t last much longer, and only the Last Girl (and possibly her male love interest) lives long enough to see the credits roll. Why? Because these characters tend to make very bad decisions, and never seem to realize just what kind of movie they’re caught in. But you, dear player, you know better. You’d get everyone to the end of that slasher movie without breaking a sweat. Now’s your chance to put your blood money where your dismembered mouth used to be in Supermassive Games’ Until Dawn.
The blocky, sandbox adventures of Minecraft: Story Mode will feature your own protagonist that you selected.
Tellatale's Tales From the Borderlands has been all over the place. While normally that would be a bad thing for a game, it actually works to TFTB's favor. What started as a story about a con gone wrong has evolved into a wild hunt for treasure and betrayal, and now with "Escape Plan Bravo," a heist adventure. Though all the core players have remained the same, shifting the type of story they're involved in has kept Tales From the Borderlands fresh and different every time you start a new episode. "Escape Plan Bravo" keeps the laughs coming, moves the story along in interesting ways, and is might just be the ultimate penultimate episode Telltale's ever delivered.
Rhys and Fiona continue their search for the Vault beacon in 'Escape Plan Bravo,' the penultimate episode of Tales From the Borderlands.
The latest game by Silent Hill: Shattered Memories' developer and writer Sam Barlow, Her Story, has done quite well for an indie mystery title.
As one of the first games published under Activision's revitalization of Sierra, the two-man, California-based development studio, The Odd Gentlemen, have brought back King Graham in a re-imagined version of King's Quest. While Sierra has tried to bring back the King's Quest series plenty times in the past (including a cancelled version of King's Quest IX by the adventure game gurus at Telltale Games), this marks the first new title of the series in over 17 years.
Playtonic Games is partnering with Team17 to launch its spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee.
The penultimate episode of Dontnod Entertainment's time-travelling adventure hit, Life is Strange, is launching next week.
We've got some bad news for those wanting to play Rise of the Tomb Raider on PC and even worse news for those wanting to play it on PlayStation 4.
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories' developer and writer Sam Barlow wants fans to speculate on what really happened in his FMV-based mystery title, Her Story.