1. Maura

    Batman - The Telltale Series Episode One is Now Free to Download

    Telltale Games has announced that episode one of Batman - The Telltale Series is now available to download for free on iOS, and not just as part of a limited-time offer, but in perpetuity. At the same time, Telltale has also launched a free, comprehensive performance update full of technical...
  2. Maura

    Batman: The Telltale Series Swoops Into the App Store

    It’s taken its own sweet time getting there, but the first episode of Batman: The Telltale Series has finally arrived in the App Store for iOS, with the Android version still nowhere in sight. The game is already on Episode 2 for the console and PC versions, but iOS players will have to wait a...
  3. Maura

    Batman—The Telltale Series Gets August 2 Release Date

    Telltale has announced that the worldwide digital release date for the first of five episodes of Batman—The Telltale Series will be August 2. Episode 1 is entitled “Realm of Shadows.” The series will also be available to purchase at retailers from September 13 in North America as a special...
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    Play as the Villains in Batman: Arkham Underworld

    Warner Bros. Interactive, DC, and developer Turbine have released a new free-to-play Batman game to the App Store, Batman: Arkham Underworld, where you actually get to play as the villains for once, instead of Batman. Playing as the likes of The Riddler, Harley Quinn, Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc...
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    Telltale Announces Release Window for Batman Game and The Walking Dead Series 3

    Head of Creative Communications at Telltale Games, Job J. Stauffer, has tweeted the release window for the first episodes of two eagerly awaited episodic series from Telltale Games, Batman, and Season 3 of The Walking Dead. Starting with Batman, Stauffer says that fans can expect Telltale’s...
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    Telltale Announces Episodic Batman Game

    MCV reports that Telltale Games has announced that it is to release an episodic Batman game in 2016. The reveal came at the Game Awards, with an announcement from Telltale co-founder and CEO Kevin Bruner, who said the following: Telltale’s version of Batman is an intriguing prospect indeed...