the walking dead (video game)
Skybound now has the game rights to Telltale's The Walking Dead, and the series' penultimate episode gets a release next month.
Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment has begun work on The Walking Dead: The Final Season with former employees of Telltale Games.
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.
Telltale Games has removed The Walking Dead: The Final Season from online stores following major layoffs at the company.
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.
Clementine has her work cut out for her, protecting her friends from the zombie apocalypse as well as The Walking Dead's scariest kindergartener.
Overkill has revealed the first gameplay trailer for its upcoming four-player co-op The Walking Dead game, as well as a release date.
Robert Kirkman says a fan favorite character from Telltale's The Walking Dead games will remain a series exclusive.
Telltale Games has announced Batman: The Enemy Within, the final season of The Walking Dead and the second season of The Wolf Among Us.
A letter from Skybound’s editorial director has some wondering if Clementine could make the jump from video games to television.
The trailer for the third season of the game showcases Clementine, Javier ... and a familiar face from the TV show and comic.
It's you and your trusty crossbow against the walker hordes when The Walking Dead shambles into arcades in 2017.
When the acclaimed episodic adventure game returns in the fall, Clementine will be joined by a new playable character, Javier.
With TellTale Games deep in the planning stages for "The Walking Dead" Season 3, the big NYCC reveal was for Clem's first action figure.
Telltale's final episode of "The Walking Dead: Season 2" is an emotionally gut-wrenching piece of art that lives up to its name of "No Going Back."
Zen Studios' Mel Kirk discusses its "The Walking Dead" pinball game, explaining what went into adapting Telltale's game to the pinball medium.
Zen Studios is releasing a new video pinball game based on Telltale Games' popular "The Walking Dead: Season One."