Jamie Ottilie, CEO of the new Telltale Games, addresses the skepticism following the reveal of The Wolf Among Us 2.
The new Telltale Games isn't the walking dead. It's a new incarnation that hopes to honor the studio's legacy while fixing some of the systemic problems that crippled the old company.
Jamie Ottilie and Brian Waddle have successfully completed their business necromancy training and revived the Telltale Games brand... mostly. Ottilie sat down with GameDaily to talk about the arduous process.
Stadia boss Phil Harrison promises players will still be able to play games, even if they've been removed from the service's storefront.
With Telltale's library slowly disappearing from digital storefronts, more questions about game ownership in the digital age are being raised. What happens when customers who have bought a game can no longer use it?
An undetermined number of former Telltale employees have joined Skybound Games to finish out the series after Telltale's shuttering.
The story is ending, and the process to close up shop began in early October.
During a Reddit AMA, Skybound Games' CEO told fans that he wanted The Walking Dead: The Final Season's last two episodes manned by '100% former Telltale employees, if possible. He also suggested Episode 3 will be out this year.
Telltale Games and Skybound Games are finalizing details behind a major deal that will let former Telltale developers finish Clementine's story.
Telltale Games suffered another round of layoffs this week, but writer Robert Kirkman suggests 'everyone involved' will make sure Clementine's story continues.