Telltale Games unleashed an epic triple announcement of new comic-related games this morning.
The Wolf Among Us is officially launching on the PS4, Xbox One and PS Vita beginning today.
Telltale Games’ acclaimed episodic interpretation of The Wolf Among Us is officially headed to the trio of new platforms and retail in about a month. Check out the new trailer.
The Wolf Among Us comes to a satisfying Season 1 close with the finale episode “Cry Wolf”.
The finale for the first season of The Wolf Among Us is scheduled to hit PC and PSN on July 8th, and XBLA on July 9th.
Bigby continues to unravel the mystery of gruesome murders plaguing the citizens of Fabletown, building to an epic finale.
Telltale Games is obviously super busy working on a few projects at the same time, so when we get a glimpse of a new episode from any of their series, we’re usually pretty happy campers.
Bigby gets angry. Snow White gets angry. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum get angry. But you’ll likely be happy with the third episode of The Wolf Among Us.
The next episode of Telltale’s The Wolf Among Us series is hitting all platforms in the very near future, so the company dropped off a fresh new teaser trailer.
The wait is finally over for Episode 2 of Telltale Games “The Wolf Among Us”. Smoke and Mirrors offers up a lot more questions, and a couple key answers, for Bigby Wolf’s ongoing murder investigation.
Telltale Games has confirmed that the second Episode of The Wolf Among Us is finally set to launch next week on PC/Mac, iOS and consoles. Check out the new trailer.
We have no idea why Telltale Games didn’t just tell us that The Wolf Among Us was also headed to the PS Vita and iOS, but hey, at least we know now.
Telltale Games knocks it out of the park again with their newest narrative focused adventure The Wolf Among Us, based on the comic book series Fables by Bill Willingham.
In advance of its premiere at PAX Prime, Telltale Games has released the very first trailer for The Wolf Among Us, the episodic game series based on Bill Willingham’s FABLES comic series.
While it doesn’t have the same casual name recognition of The Walking Dead, DC Entertainment and Telltale Games are teaming up to bring the Bill Willingham’s FABLES comic series to life… in videogame form.