It's time to say farewell to an old friend, for the final time. Make sure you keep that hair short.
After Telltale Games' closure in late 2018, the fate of its biggest hit, Telltale's The Walking Dead, hung in the balance.
All four seasons of Telltale’s The Walking Dead will be released in three limited edition collector’s packs.
Zombies are at a low ebb in terms of popularity, so why are there so many zombie video games in the works?
In the week Telltale announces three new sequels, you can pick up most of their previous games for peanuts in the Telltale Humble Bundle.
There's arguably never been a worse time to release a Walking Dead videogame. Will The Walking Dead - A New Frontier fare better than the TV...
The new season of The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series gets a brand new trailer.
Telltale Games lift the lid at PAX West on the The Walking Dead - A New Frontier, the upcoming third season of the popular videogame.
Telltale Games and Skybound have dropped exclusive details about The Walking Dead Season 3 at this year's San Diego Comic Con.
The Walking Dead Season 3 E3 trailer reveals new protagonist.
Steven Ogg's career is really picking up after his remarkable turn as Trevor in GTA V; first Better Call Saul, and now The Walking Dead. What's...
Telltale Games CEO Kevin Bruner confirms that The Walking Dead Season 3 will launch in 2016, with more info to follow at Comic Con International in...
The Walking Dead: Michonne choices video reveals if you're more or less of a terrible person than the average player.
Here's the launch trailer for the first episode of Telltale's new three-part series based on the The Walking Dead.
A whistle-stop tour of the 10 best zombie games of all time.
Telltale Games and Skybound have prepared something pretty cool for San Diego Comic-Con: The Walking Dead - A Live Performance.
Man always turns against man in the video game wasteland, it seems. Has the time come for a more optimistic end of the world?
Telltale Games doesn't pull any punches in the penultimate episode of the second series of The Walking Dead.
Full disclosure: I loved the first season of The Walking Dead TV adaptation, disliked the second, and despised the third. The fourth, I haven’t even watched...
In an industry where collaboration has long been seen as a necessity, what does it mean when anybody who can write can make games?