The demise of Telltale has left the end of their flagship series The Walking Dead up in the air, but a statement from what’s left of the company tonight suggests there are a few options left on the table to get the game’s story wrapped up.
Gray Rogers used to be an artist at Telltale, where he worked on series like Game of Thrones, Batman and The Wolf Among Us.
A football game in the Swiss league was halted on Sunday when fans threw tennis balls—and control pads, some emblazoned with the words “FUCK ESPORTS”—onto the field.
Kojima Productions closed out this year’s Tokyo Game Show with a Death Stranding presentation, complete with a short new trailer starring Troy Baker and his very expensive mask.
Lindsay P is a cosplayer, make-up artist and props builder. You can see more of Lindsay’s work at her Behance page.
Fandemic—a con that tours the country, and which has already visited Sacramento this year—was in Houston earlier this month, as was some fantastic cosplay from attendees.
Adidas keeps rolling out looks at the official Dragon Ball sneakers that’ll start releasing soon, and the latest is probably the best of the bunch: Shenron.
Flotsam is an upcoming town-builder on PC set in a desolate future where everything has sunk beneath the waves. Players are left to scrounge the surface (and the depths) for construction materials, while avoiding things that are trying to trash your floating settlement.
Blizzard is selling a $200 replica of Genji’s sword, and anyone willing to practice with the blade while everyone else plays Overwatch will at least find it full of techy features.
With adventure studio Telltale closing up, former employees are starting to share and upload all kinds of stuff from their time with the company. One of those is Jake Rodkin (now at Campo Santo/Valve, but was key to the success of Monkey Island and Walking Dead S1), who is uploading all kinds of old videos like Sam &…
In 2015, over 40 of the concept artists working on HBO’s Game of Thrones got together and decided to put on an exhibition, aimed at illustrating the wider world and history of George R. R. Martin’s universe.
Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics is what happens when someone decides to go and make “XCOM meets Hellboy”. It’s out on Steam next month.
The father who sent his young daughter inside a vending machine to steal some Nintendo consoles has been arrested and charged after turning himself into police.
Periodic: A Game of The Elements is a new science board game where the board is literally the periodic table of elements. It’s up on Kickstarter now and has already blown past its funding goal.
Beginning on September 25, a moderation team at Valve “will start reviewing reported discussion posts in all game hubs on Steam.”
I know, we’ve done a Fine Art on Destiny 2 already, but there’s so much amazing work that’s gone into the new expansion that I thought it was worth its own showcase.
Xbox and Make-A-Wish are teaming up again for their Consoles For Kids charity drive, and the 2018 batch of custom-designed celebrity consoles are looking very pretty.
This isn’t photoshop: cosplayer Leon Chiro went all out on this Sephiroth getup, sitting himself in a ring of fire to make sure everything was as evil and brooding as possible.
If Nintendo can do it, Sony can too: the company just announced the PlayStation Classic, a small retro console that comes bundled with a range of the original console’s best/most popular games (including Final Fantasy VII).