Robert Kirkman's Skybound intends to complete work on The Walking Dead: The Final Season following the closing of Telltale Games.
Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman told a panel at NYCC that he's optimistic Clementine's story will eventually be finished.
A former Telltale Games employee has filed a class action complaint, claiming that the company violated state and federal regulations.
Telltale Games has removed The Walking Dead: The Final Season from online stores following major layoffs at the company.
In a newly released statement, Telltale Games states the final two episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season may be released after all.
Netflix is "evaluating other options" to adapt Stranger Things for video games in the wake of Telltale Games' implosion.
Clementine voice actor Melissa Hutchison says she doesn't know whether The Walking Dead: The Final Season will be completed.
Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season may not be completed following massive layoffs at the studio.
The popular episodic gaming company, Telltale Games, best known for its Walking Dead series of games, has been hit with major layoffs and might close.
Netflix and Telltale Games are bringing Minecraft: Story Mode to the streaming service, and developing a game based on Stranger Things.
Though the trailer introduces a new cast of Walking Dead characters, it doesn't go long without the reappearance of a familiar face.
The video game series finally takes us to Arkham Asylum, where we're introduced to the clown prince of crime.
A recent reveal of internal info teases that Telltale may be making one Marvel game in particular.
Preview the latest chapter in the dark and brutal video game, Batman: The Telltale Series, in this trailer for Episode 3: The New World Order.
The developer has announced the highly anticipated third season of the episodic adventure game will arrive in November
The story-driven "Batman" adaptation looks to delve into not only the mind of Gotham City's defender, but also his billionaire alter-ego, Bruce Wayne.
The first "Batman - The Telltale Series" trailer finds Bruce Wayne and his alter ego steeped in political intrigue and a crime-ridden city.
Telltale's "Batman" series will premiere digitally in August and be available in stores starting in September.