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The Walking Dead, Telltale Games’ continuing story of adventure horror based on Robert Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning comic book series, continues this week for PS3! Episode Two – Starved for Help tears through flesh and bone and onto the PlayStation Network this Friday for $4.99 or will be available as a download from within the game’s menu for existing season pass owners!
We’re really excited to continue the story of Lee Everett; players will have to deal with the repercussions of the choices they made in Episode One and they’ll be confronted by more difficult and sometimes gut-wrenching choices in Episode Two.
The Freelance Police and Telltale Games can’t stay away from the PlayStation Network for long! After gracing the PSN in last year’s Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse, the mostly loveable canine and rabbit-thingy duo returns on October 18th (woah, that’s tomorrow) in another one of their off-the-wall adventures, Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space!
Always up to their neck fur in trouble as they get to the bottom of their cases, Sam & Max come face-to-face with some of the deadliest foes they’ve ever encountered, including Santa Claus, an emo vampire, and Satan himself. Well, two out of three isn’t bad, right?
Sam & Max must survive some of the most exotic locales known to man and animal alike (the game is called Beyond Time and Space, remember?) if they’re going to get themselves out of this somewhat death-defying adventure.
Telltale Games is bringing the popular and critically acclaimed Puzzle Agent to PlayStation Network on April 19th!
You play as Nelson Tethers, the ONLY agent in the US Department of Puzzle Research. Tethers is sent on a rare field assignment to Scoggins, Minnesota to investigate what happened to the factory that supplies the White House with all its erasers. To get to the bottom of this twisted mystery, players will have to overcome plenty of warped brain-bending conundrums.
The game features cartoonist Graham Annable’s unique narrative and visual style combined with the cinematic storytelling style that Telltale has been establishing. The mood and setting are heavily inspired by an eclectic set of influences including Nordic folklore, David Lynch, and the Coen brothers with a dash of Stanley Kubrick. Oh, and gnomes.