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Telltale spreads episodic wisdom 04 Jul, 2007, 23:58 / 8 comments

Freshly stolen from Telltale's news panel are two new links relevant to the company which deserve your attention. The first offering is from the guys at GameSetWatch who have put up a video of Telltale's lecture from this year's Independent Games Summit. To refresh your memory, the talk was by Telltale CTO Kevin Bruner and Senior Designer Dave Grossman. They speak about episodic gaming, with lots of fine nuggets of info on how the production of Sam & Max episodes moves forward with a minimal of madness.

Telltale was also recently assaulted by Marin County newspaper Pacific Sun, which ran an article about local game developers. Be sure to read it for the prevalent quotes from noteworthy Telltalers. The article also mentions that Telltale "has a new CSI game coming out this October," which you can choose to believe or not.

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  • Gabez on 05 Jul, 2007, 10:10…
    A CSI game in October is possible, even probable. I think they've definitely been working on one for a while, anyway.
  • Udvarnoky on 05 Jul, 2007, 16:53…
    Well yeah, we know for a fact they've been working on one, and that it's coming out in the fall. I was just poking fun at the appearance of yet another potential release window for it.
  • Gabez on 05 Jul, 2007, 17:10…
    Oh, whoops. Your topical humour goes over my head!
  • Udvarnoky on 05 Jul, 2007, 03:41…
    Am I the only one who noticed that all image borders seem to have disappeared?
  • Gabez on 05 Jul, 2007, 10:09…
    I did that... the reason was because in Internet Explorer they all appear with ugly bright blue lines; IE seems to ignore border colour properties. I'm looking at a way to get a border on both browsers, though. Do you not like images without borders?
  • Udvarnoky on 05 Jul, 2007, 16:48…
    I don't particularly care. It was just something I noticed.
  • tabacco on 05 Jul, 2007, 17:37…
    border: 1px solid #whatever

    ?
  • tabacco on 05 Jul, 2007, 17:37…
    Er... and also a border=0 in the tag should remove the blue border in IE.