Upcoming standalone episode in Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 1 now has a trailer. It shows off the five characters that will be the focus of 400 Days with the promise that this expansion is “coming soon.”
The next episode in Telltale’s award winning The Walking Dead game is subtitled 400 Days and will be heading to pretty much everything this summer. Choices players made in previous episodes will carry over into the new game which will feature five new characters in their very own stories. Telltale suggested that some of the characters the player meets in 400 Days might show up in Season Two with all the choices they make in the new episode also impacting that storyline.
Another EA reveal was the highly anticipated Mirror’s Edge 2. The teaser is composed entirely of in-game footage and it looks absolutely stunning. The DICE-developed sequel will be released “when it’s ready.”
EA announced a new Plants Vs. Zombies game in a very Battlefield-esque teaser. The game is going to be a multiplayer plant-based shooter. It’s coming first to Xbox One with 360 and PC ports following. No official word on PlayStation releases, but it’s likely they will follow the PC release.
The more I see of this game, the more excited I get for it… and I’m really damn excited. This trailer shows off the seedy human trafficking side of the fictional Chicago. Crazy stuff ensues. Just watch.
From the studio behind Dead Island comes Mirror’s Edge (With Zombies). It’s a CG trailer, but the promise behind this game is interesting, so I’m keeping my eyes on it.
A new entry in the Halo franchise is heading to PC and Microsoft’s mobile platforms this July. It’s a top-down shooter and takes place between Halo 3 and Halo 4. Trailer below:
Not to be confused with Bethesda’s Elder franchise, these younger Scrolls will be available to play in its open beta iteration on June 3rd for $20.
Christmas Eve. Two years after the birth of The Bat. It’s safe to assume that Bats survives the night (given that this is a prequel to Arkham Asylum and Arkham City), but it looks to be one hell of a night.
A newly released trailer for the upcoming indie game The Novelist teases what could be an extraordinary adventure game. Placing players in the ethereal boots of a ghost haunting a house inhabited by a writer and his family, they are encouraged to explore and influence the lives of these characters while staying out of site. As a fan of the genre and as a writer, I can’t help but be intrigued by this title. The Novelist promises a game about “life, family, and the choices we make.”