The third episode of Telltale's The Walking Dead: Season Two has received release dates. It will be released on Tuesday, May 13th for Windows and Mac, as well as for the PlayStation 3 on Playstation Network in North America. Wednesday, May 14th will see the European Playstation Network release, as well as the worldwide Xbox Live Arcade release on Xbox 360. Then, on Thursday, May 15th, iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch users will get the game on the iTunes App Store. Telltale also released a launch trailer, which you can watch below:
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It seems Telltale is ready to tackle the current generation of consoles, as GameStop is now taking pre-orders for The Walking Dead Game of the Year Edition on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. According to the GameStop product page, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game will be released on the 17th of June.
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Mojo Tidbits Easter Edition

17 Apr, 2014, 14:45 | Posted by: Jennifer | Comments: 1
Double Fine's second indie title that they will be publishing is the sci-fi noir adventure game LAST LIFE by Rocket Science Amusements. There is currently a Kickstarter up for the game.

The Vita version of The Walking Dead: Season Two episode 1 and episode 2 will finally release on April 22 in North America and on April 23 in Europe.

On the subject of Telltale's The Walking Dead series, Dorkly has created a video showing what the Mario series would be like if presented in the manner of The Walking Dead.
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Hey, another entry in The Wolf Among Us saga, and we like it. Run to read our review of "A Crooked Mile". It's a great one. The game, that is. And the review, too, why not?
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The Telltale website hasn't been updated with the news, but The Walking Dead: Season One is now available on Android devices. After the game appeared on the Android based Kindle Fire platform late last year, it seemed like only a matter of time before it was extended to other Android devices.

It was previously assumed that the already announced Ouya release would happen first, but it is now available on the Google play store for Android devices in general. There is still no word on when the Ouya version will be released.

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Update April 9: It's out on Xbox Live Arcade for Xbox 360 in North America and PSN for PS3 in Europe. iOS is scheduled to get the game on the 10th of April.

Update: It is now available on Steam and PSN on PS3 in North America too.

There's good news for people who ordered The Wolf Among Us from the Telltale store. Episode 3: A Crooked Mile is out now on the Telltale store for PC and Mac, as the game has received a rare midnight release. The game will be released later today on Steam and on the PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 in North America, tomorrow on Xbox 360, and some time this week for iOS as well.

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Episode 3, named A Crooked Mile, will be released next week for several platforms. Here's a quick copy-and-paste:

  • PC/Mac (worldwide) - Tuesday, April 8th
  • PlayStation 3 (North America) - Tuesday, April 8th
  • Xbox 360 (worldwide) - Wednesday, April 9th
  • PlayStation 3 (Europe) - Wednesday, April 9th
  • iOS - also coming next week!

Check out our previous post for the trailer!

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Update April 2: The release dates are in. It will release on the 8th of April for PC, Mac, and PSN on the PS3 in North America and on the 9th for XBLA on Xbox 360 and for PSN in Europe. It is scheduled to release on iOS some time next week as well.

The trailer for The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 - A Crooked Mile is here. Readers of the Fables comics should look closely at the trailer, as you'll see that a fan favorite character from the comics will finally be making an appearance in the game. There is still no release date, but now that the trailer is out, it's pretty safe to say that the episode should be released within a week or two.

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Well, it took some time, but we brought back Huz -- remember him?! -- to review A House Divided! Run, don't walk to read his analytical musings on the latest Walking Dead episode!
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Update by Jennifer Also, Telltale updated their Twitter with news that The Walking Dead Season Two episode 2 will release on PSN for PS3 in Europe on Wednesday, March 12th.

What the hell, the world keeps moving even though we don't pay attention. Odd. Very odd.

So! To start with our little catch-up:

Costume Quest 2 is coming! The first game (and its expansion pack) was pretty awesome, so hey… Coolness! Check out the announcement at will..

In other news, the Mojo-headed Campo Santo will announce a game on Thursday. That's… all there is to that I suppose.

And Tales from the Borderlands has of course already been announced, but for those of you who (for whatever reason) are interested, you can check out its SXSW panel. You know. For giggles.

What else did we miss? Probably lots of things! Feel free to tweet us to let us know!

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Update 2: iOS has apparently gotten the release one day early, as episode 2 is now available on iTunes as well. The European PSN for PlayStation 3 release date has not yet been announced. It is also scheduled to be released some time at the end of March for PlayStation Vita (along with episode 1).

Update: It's out now on Xbox 360 through the Xbox Live Arcade.

The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 2: A House Divided is out now for PC and Mac through Steam and the Telltale store and on PSN for PlayStation 3 in North America. It will be released later today for XBLA on Xbox 360 and tomorrow on iOS.

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The official Walking Dead page has been updated with the release date for episode 2 of season 2. Telltale will be releasing the game for PC, Mac, and PlayStation 3 on March 4, with Xbox 360, iOS, and international releases following very shortly afterward. Both episode one and two will be released for the PlayStation Vita at the end of March.

Hopefully the imminent release of The Walking Dead Season Two on Vita means that platform will be receiving The Wolf Among Us soon as well, as that game is currently AWOL on Vita as well.

In related news, Telltale has brought back Playing Dead, this time through IGN, with Greg Miller replacing AJ Locascio as host. The latest episode contains an interview with the voice of Luke, Scott Porter, and a new trailer for The Walking Dead: Season Two: Episode 2.
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February Mojo Tidbits

21 Feb, 2014, 16:44 | Posted by: Jennifer | Be the first to comment!
With all the Amnesia Fortnight madness going on, we managed to miss the news that Broken Age Act I is now available DRM-free to those who already ordered it from your download page at humblebundle.com. If you haven't already ordered, Double Fine has set up a website for you to purchase the DRM-free version here.

Speaking of Amnesia Fortnight, Double Fine has graciously allowed the community to create their own version of one of the pitches that didn't make it this year. That pitch is one that didn't make it through both years of public Amnesia Fortnight, Patrick Hackett's Bad Golf (and Bad Golf 2). Bad Golf: Community Edition is being created with Unity under the creative commons no commercial license, and is being coordinated through github. They are still actively seeking anyone who wants to help. They still need programmers, artists, musicians, foley and voice artists, and 3D and 2D artists. If you want to see where you can help, check out their issue tracker and check out the project's forum thread for updates on the progress.

In Telltale news, The Walking Dead Season Two episode 2 has received a release window. Episode one will be released in early March, at least for the platforms that have already received episode one. There is still no sign of when the PlayStation Vita and Ouya versions of Season 2 episode 1 will be released.

Lastly, Telltale and Gearbox will be at SXSW at a panel at 5:30 on March 8th, where they will reveal the first information about their upcoming episodic series, Tales of The Borderlands.
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The man might try to keep us down, but we say screw him. Here's our review of the second episode of The Wolf Among Us: Smoke & Mirrors.

Spoiler: We like it. For the most part. Though Telltale seems to try to make it as hard as possible for us to do so. Anyway! Read!

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The iOS version of The Wolf Among Us now has episode 2 available, which can be purchased and downloaded inside of the application.

With this, most of the season's announced platforms are up to date. However, there's still no sign of when the PlayStation Vita version of episode 1 and 2 will be released.

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Update 2/6: Microsoft is sending out download codes to those who purchased the season pass for The Wolf Among Us on XBLA. Check your Live inbox for the message. If you haven't received yours yet, you should be getting it soon.

Update 2/5: It's out on XBLA and on PSN in Europe now too. There's apparently a problem with season passes on XBLA, where the system will not let you download episode 2 if you purchased a season pass. Do not click to buy episode 2, as you will be charged twice. Microsoft updated their Xbox live status page stating that they are working on it now, and should have a fix out by tomorrow.

Update 2/4: It's out on the Telltale Games store, Steam, and on PlayStation Network in North America now.

The Telltale Blog has just been updated with release dates for The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 - Smoke and Mirrors.

It will be released on February 4th for PC, Mac, and PSN in North America, and on February 5th for PSN in Europe and XBLA. The iOS version will be released next week as well. The Vita version won't be releasing at that time, as there's still no word on the Vita release of episode one (nor is there any word on the Vita version of The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 1 for that matter).

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Since the release date of the second episode of The Wolf Among Us is looming, Telltale has released the trailer for the game, which they have tagged as a red band trailer due to the violent and sexual content within. The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 - Smoke & Mirrors will be released some time next week.
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IGN's Up at Noon has a new episode up focusing on The Wolf Among Us Episode 2, with an interview with Adam "Bigby" Harrington and new information (Lee Everett himself, Dave Fennoy, plays Bluebeard) as well as a new clip (at 16:56). They also have an interview with Tim Schafer, where he answers Kickstarter questions.
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There's bad news for fans of Wallace & Gromit and Telltale Games. Telltale's digital distribution agreement with Aardman Studios expired, and Telltale doesn't have plans to renew that agreement. That means that Wallace & Gromit is no longer available for digital distribution anywhere. If you previously purchased it from XBLA, iTunes, Steam, GOG.com, or the Telltale Store, you will be able to re-download it. But, unfortunately if you hadn't already purchased it, you will no longer be able to buy it, unless you can track down a site selling the PC DVD version (which is currently in-stock at Amazon, if you want to pick it up before it's gone forever, or at least while it's still reasonably priced).
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Telltale's co-founder and president Kevin Bruner just posted on the Telltale forums that The Wolf Among Us episode 2 will finally be released in the first week of February.

He had the following to say about the delay:

Ep 2 should be available the first week of February. We are working hard with all of our partners (Xbox, PlayStation, Steam, Apple) to coordinate everything, but we’re confident enough to announce that here. The episode is looking really good (as is the rest of the season!). We are very concerned about the long delay for this episode, but this is one of those occasions where several things conspired against us (not to mention the additional delays due to the holidays). I won't dive into the details, but it’s been an unusual and specific set of circumstances and we do not anticipate it happening again as we go forward with the rest of the season.

So there you have it. First week of February!

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