Telltale talks about future projects after The Walking Dead
| by Shunal Doke |
All the accolades Telltale has received for its The Walking Dead series doesn't seem to be slowing the company down. In an interview with Red Bull UK, co-founder of Telltale Dan Connors said that he'd like the studio to work on large-scale projects. He cited Half-Life and Star Wars as examples.
Telltale Games is looking to create more epic games
The main story of the Walking Dead universe is that zombies have overrun most of America and a rag tag bunch of survivors must do whatever it takes to survive. The comics tread a very dark path by highlighting some truly unspeakable acts performed by the humans, as opposed to the zombies. Though the game’s tone isn’t quite that dark, there are still glimpses of it in the first episode.
In October, Telltale released Episode 4 of the series, which was the penultimate episode. In this instalment, in the wake of terrible loss, the group arrives in Savannah in search of a boat and escape from the horrors around them. Stalked by an unseen human threat and the constant menace of the undead, Lee must decide how to deal with an increasingly paranoid group, and above all, how to protect Clementine. Telltale's The Walking Dead concluded in November with the final episode, No Time Left.
You can read our review of The Walking Dead here.
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