Batman: The Telltale Series Coming Soon!

Batman The Telltale Series

There’s great news for you Batman addicts out there and it goes by the name of Batman: The Telltale Series

Batman Telltale Games

Batman : The telltale Series is to be “gritty and violent”. Your choices will influence Batman and Bruce Wayne as the game progresses. According to the Telltale webpage you get to “enter the psyche of Bruce Wayne and discover the powerful and far-reaching consequences of your choices as the Dark Knight”.

Radically influence Batman and the going ons of Gotham? Count me in!

Their webpage includes community topics where you can discuss different details about the game. There’s one dedicated to the discussion of release dates. Another thread is called “The Choice to Kill”. Here, you can discuss how the ultimate choice for him is ending someone’s life.As we know, He didn’t kill up until Batman Vs Superman was released earlier this year.

Batman: The Telltale Series is going to be an episodic video game. Basically it is a video game that’s shorter in length and released in installments. You can get it on PS3, PS4, Windows PC, Mac, Xbox360 and Xbox One as well as iOS and Android. You have no excuse not to play!

I am waiting in anticipation for the first episode, Realm of Shadows, to be released on August 2nd. A retail version of the game is following on September 13th and it will have all five episodes. Check out this trailer  and follow Telltale games on Twitter to see what else they’re up to!

Gabby Carre

Editor at P1-Start
Originally from the western part of Labrador you're unlikely to find another quite like her! Gabby loves video games, graphic novels, cats and the great outdoors. She hopes video games will become an integral part of public libraries in the future because of their story telling and entertainment potential.

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Gabby Carre

Originally from the western part of Labrador you’re unlikely to find another quite like her! Gabby loves video games, graphic novels, cats and the great outdoors. She hopes video games will become an integral part of public libraries in the future because of their story telling and entertainment potential.