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.
With the arrival of the penultimate episode of Telltale's Game of Thrones comes a rush of mixed feelings. I don't want things to be over, but I also want to bring some resolution to House Forrester. Whether or not the Forresters get the resolution they deserve I can't rightly say just yet, but nothing in Westeros comes without a price, for good or ill. For four episodes now, I've been guiding this family as best I can to ensure the safety and future of the Forrester name. It hasn't always gone the way I've wanted or imagined, but like any good installment of Game of Thrones, be it a chapter from the book or an episode of the show, there's a glimmer of hope off in the distance. Though this episode's pacing was a bit rushed, that horizon draws ever closer, and so does the final fate of the Forresters.
Comcept has released some animated prototype footage to showcase what the world and characters of Mega Man Legends' spiritual successor Red Ash are all about.
Despite being the highest-funded video game in all of Kickstarter history, series creator Yu Suzuki will be taking Shenmue III through another crowdfunding campaign.
In 'A Nest of Vipers,' the penultimate episode of Telltale Games' Game of Thrones series, the members of House Forrester will be fighting for their survival.
Watch Ryo and Shenhua in a new cutscene for Shenmue III that was released as its Kickstarter campaign approaches its final stretch.
Leading up to San Diego Comic-Con, I wondered what kind of special surprise Telltale might have in store for fans of its episodic adventure game, The Walking Dead. Based on the comic of the same name, we've had two seasons of zombie-fueled personal stories centered on the littlest survivor in the world, Clementine. Instead of vaguely teasing the upcoming third season, which won't be ready until 2016 at the earliest, or the upcoming Michonne mini-series, due later this year, Telltale took the opportunity to celebrate its landmark first season with a one-night only live performance. This event had actually been in the works for some time, with the original intent to have it happen as a way to kick off the launch of The Walking Dead, Season 2. Timing just couldn't be worked out, so this live performance sat on the back burner until this year's Walker Stalker Fan Fest over at Petco Park in downtown San Diego. There, at home plate, an inflatable movie screen stood tall over a tiny stage. As the sunlight faded behind the stadium, Telltale introduced the players, and we began our journey back to that fateful day when Lee and Clementine first crossed paths.
While Fullbright's Gone Home relied on VCR cassettes, postcards and journal entries to tell its story, Tacoma will take a similar route, but on a space station.