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The Wolf Among Us Season 2 - Announcement Trailer

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyxVaTmDjkw

Hell yeah!

finally

I'm happy



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Feels like forever since the 1st one, good to see since IMO this was their best/most interesting game.



Best Tell Tale game IMO. I'm definitely looking forward to it.



Like superficial maturity and artificial choice in your game?

Then get ready for Telltale Game's new game : TellTaleGame4021x69^2!!!

In which the game tells you a tale!

From the creators of The Walking Dead and the best Batman game without Lego or Arkham in the title!!!



I agree that the first one was the best Tell Tale game (of the ones I've played). Did they set a release date yet?



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VAMatt said:
I agree that the first one was the best Tell Tale game (of the ones I've played). Did they set a release date yet?

1st half of 2018



Nice, The Wolf Among Us was a solid game.



Bout damn time

Telltale needs to stop spreading themselves thin, trying to make games for every popular thing under the sun



Have they figured out how to make games without continuous bugs yet? I really enjoyed the first couple I played (TWD, and Wolf). But, by the time I got to TWD2, I was tired of the bugs. I don't think I've played a Telltale in 18 months or so, mostly for that reason.



AngryLittleAlchemist said:

Like superficial maturity and artificial choice in your game?

Then get ready for Telltale Game's new game : TellTaleGame4021x69^2!!!

In which the game tells you a tale!

From the creators of The Walking Dead and the best Batman game without Lego or Arkham in the title!!!

No.  The choices you make in the TellTale games do have an effect on the characters and branching paths of the stories.  Not just how other characters treat you, but literally affecting who lives, who dies, or who gets maimed in some situations.  If you want to play a game that repeatedly asks you questions on how to proceed, but then ignores your choice competely if you choose anything other than predetermined path scripted by the game, then play "I Am Setsuna".  I love the game, by the way.  But, I can't fathom why the developers even bothered with putting in the pretense of making choices when the characters in the game flat out tell you your decision was wrong if it goes against the single scripted path of the story.