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  1. Telltale Games announced a couple weeks ago that we would be getting another episodic series based on Batman. Today, they released the official launch trailer for Batman: The Enemy Within along with a few key details about what players can expect from the five-part series. Episode one, titled 'The Enigma,' releases next week on August 8 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac. Those looking for an Android or iOS release will have to wait until early October. The episode focuses on the return of The Riddler, a sadistic villain with a love for constructing brutal puzzles that torture his victims. Batman's investigation is complicated by the arrival of a federal agent and the appearance of the Joker. To accomplish his mission, Bruce Wayne will have to navigate a web of deceit and decide who to trust when he dons his cape to become Batman. Telltale Games has put an effort into making The Enemy Within welcoming to those who never played the first series as well as veterans. Players can come in completely blind or carry their decisions over from Batman: The Telltale Series for smooth continuity. The multiplayer Crowd Play feature will be available to players who want to play as a family or group, allowing multiple people to vote on what course of action should be pursued. Troy Baker returns as the voice of Bruce Wayne/Batman alongside Anthony Ingruber who voiced the mysterious John Doe in the previous series. The physical disc will hit store shelves on October 3 for Xbox One and PS4 (expect to see the Android and iOS version around this same time). The disc will contain the first episode and allow for downloadable access to all future episodes. View full article
  2. Telltale Games announced a couple weeks ago that we would be getting another episodic series based on Batman. Today, they released the official launch trailer for Batman: The Enemy Within along with a few key details about what players can expect from the five-part series. Episode one, titled 'The Enigma,' releases next week on August 8 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac. Those looking for an Android or iOS release will have to wait until early October. The episode focuses on the return of The Riddler, a sadistic villain with a love for constructing brutal puzzles that torture his victims. Batman's investigation is complicated by the arrival of a federal agent and the appearance of the Joker. To accomplish his mission, Bruce Wayne will have to navigate a web of deceit and decide who to trust when he dons his cape to become Batman. Telltale Games has put an effort into making The Enemy Within welcoming to those who never played the first series as well as veterans. Players can come in completely blind or carry their decisions over from Batman: The Telltale Series for smooth continuity. The multiplayer Crowd Play feature will be available to players who want to play as a family or group, allowing multiple people to vote on what course of action should be pursued. Troy Baker returns as the voice of Bruce Wayne/Batman alongside Anthony Ingruber who voiced the mysterious John Doe in the previous series. The physical disc will hit store shelves on October 3 for Xbox One and PS4 (expect to see the Android and iOS version around this same time). The disc will contain the first episode and allow for downloadable access to all future episodes.
  3. Today, the Dark Knight rises once more. The second episode of Telltale's caped crusader focuses on the corruption of Gotham City; shady dealings that seem to have played a role in the death of Thomas Wayne. Players face a pivotal choice: Will Bruce Wayne wear the mantle of Batman or billionaire in his pursuit of the truth? As part of Telltale's promotion for their Batman series, the developer has put together an interesting behind the scenes video detailing the process their voice actors go through to bring their characters to life. Catching glimpses of voice acting greats like Troy Baker (Bruce Wayne/Batman), Laura Bailey (Selina Kyle/Catwoman), and Travis Willingham (Harvey Dent) playing off of one another feels like a real treat. They all bounce of one another and come up with ways to fine-tune their performances. It's really quite interesting and a must watch for anyone who has a glimmer of interest in the voice acting business. Telltale's Batman Episode 2: Children of Arkham can now be downloaded for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Episode 2's release date for last gen consoles or mobile will be unveiled later this month. Curious about the Batman Telltale series? Check out our review of Episode 1: Realm of Shadows. View full article
  4. Today, the Dark Knight rises once more. The second episode of Telltale's caped crusader focuses on the corruption of Gotham City; shady dealings that seem to have played a role in the death of Thomas Wayne. Players face a pivotal choice: Will Bruce Wayne wear the mantle of Batman or billionaire in his pursuit of the truth? As part of Telltale's promotion for their Batman series, the developer has put together an interesting behind the scenes video detailing the process their voice actors go through to bring their characters to life. Catching glimpses of voice acting greats like Troy Baker (Bruce Wayne/Batman), Laura Bailey (Selina Kyle/Catwoman), and Travis Willingham (Harvey Dent) playing off of one another feels like a real treat. They all bounce of one another and come up with ways to fine-tune their performances. It's really quite interesting and a must watch for anyone who has a glimmer of interest in the voice acting business. Telltale's Batman Episode 2: Children of Arkham can now be downloaded for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Episode 2's release date for last gen consoles or mobile will be unveiled later this month. Curious about the Batman Telltale series? Check out our review of Episode 1: Realm of Shadows.
  5. Just when people thought their time on Pandora might be taking a hiatus, Telltale swoops in with a trailer that teases the first episode of their Borderlands series. Unfortunately, the trailer doesn't give any hints as to a release date, but it looks like Telltale is still planning to release it in 2014. While we were shown a preview of the first episode in action back during E3, the first episode finally has a name: Zero Sum. Additionally, we now know the official casting details, final casting details. The season will feature Troy Baker as Rhys, Laura Bailey as Fiona, Chris Hardwick as Vaughn, Erin Yvette as Sasha, Patrick Warburton as Vasquez, and Dameon Clarke reprising his role as Handsome Jack. We can also confirm that there will be five total episodes of the Tales from the Borderlands series. Tales from the Borderland will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC, with some slight variations in price. It looks like the console versions will retail at around $4.99 per episode with season pass options for $19.99. The PC version will be a season pass for $24.99. Android and iOS devices will also see the first episode of the Telltale's Borderlands before the year is out. View full article
  6. Just when people thought their time on Pandora might be taking a hiatus, Telltale swoops in with a trailer that teases the first episode of their Borderlands series. Unfortunately, the trailer doesn't give any hints as to a release date, but it looks like Telltale is still planning to release it in 2014. While we were shown a preview of the first episode in action back during E3, the first episode finally has a name: Zero Sum. Additionally, we now know the official casting details, final casting details. The season will feature Troy Baker as Rhys, Laura Bailey as Fiona, Chris Hardwick as Vaughn, Erin Yvette as Sasha, Patrick Warburton as Vasquez, and Dameon Clarke reprising his role as Handsome Jack. We can also confirm that there will be five total episodes of the Tales from the Borderlands series. Tales from the Borderland will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC, with some slight variations in price. It looks like the console versions will retail at around $4.99 per episode with season pass options for $19.99. The PC version will be a season pass for $24.99. Android and iOS devices will also see the first episode of the Telltale's Borderlands before the year is out.
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