The Walking Dead is coming back for a third season, Telltale confirms
Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead episodic video game is coming back for a third season, Telltale president and The Walking Dead comic creator Robert Kirkman announced at San Diego Comic-Con today.
Release date and story details on The Walking Dead Season 3 weren’t divulged, but considering that the game’s second season is still incomplete, it’s unlikely we’ll see it anytime soon. Telltale Games also has Game of Thrones and Tales from the Borderlandson its plate.
The next Mass Effect might be about you and yours
The next Mass Effect will not revolve around Commander Shepard and crew, according to a BioWare Comic-Con panel. However, Phil Hornshaw of GameFront tweeted that the game’s hero will have “something to do” with N7, the military designation for special forces soldiers with the highest levels of proficiency in badassery, which Shepard was a part of before becoming savior of the galaxy.
So if the game isn’t about Shepard, who is it about? Andrea Rene of The Escapist snappedsome offscreen pics of a customizable hero labeled “your hero,” as well as a picture of a new version of the Mako landrover from the original Mass Effect. Interestingly, this Mako was referred to as “your Mako.”
Does the “your” imply customization options? Are we playing as ourselves? Unfortunately, such questions won’t be answered for awhile, if ever. Hornshaw reports that the BioWare panelists caution that the game is years away, and things can change between now and then.
Halo 2: Anniversary Cinematic Trailer, Zanzibar Map is being Remade
I’ve been playing around with all of the classes in the Destiny beta, and so far I’ve only maxed out the Hunter. I cannot for the life of me decide which class to start as when the full game releases.
Though all classes seem to be good, from what I’ve experienced, Hunter is probably going to be my starting class.. er.. maybe Titan.. omg.. why can’t I play as them all at once!? They’re all so damn fun!
Assassin’s Creed Unity Presents: Rob Zombie’s French Revolution
Assassin’s Creed Unity teams up with famed musician and Master of Horror Rob Zombie to depict the chaotic and brutal events behind the French Revolution. Illustrated by The Walking Dead co-creator, Tony Moore, this animated short brings to life the gory details, bloody battles, and terrifying events of the revolution.
by Tetsuya Nomura - the man responsible for creating Kingdom Hearts as well as designing some of Final Fantasy’s most iconic characters, has unveiled a new interpretation of Batman.
Currently on display at San Diego Comic-Con, the new version of Batman was done to celebrate an upcoming line of Square Enix and DC Comics-produced collectible figurines, which will be sold under the title Variant Play Arts Kai series.