|Source: PC Gamer|
Telltale Games have this week announced the development of a next-generation port of their episodic series of The Walking Dead third-person point-and-click video games. Currently split into two seasons, the franchise comprises of eight three-hour instalments which each feature morally challenging decisions that the player must make in order to shape their own narrative arc (think Mass Effect but with less Krogans and countless more zombies).
Given that this thriving ongoing project has been met with a wave of critical acclaim ever since its début outing, the idea of a visually-enhanced version of the series so far is completely logical. Indeed, Telltale have even gone so far as to reveal that their other episodic saga, The Wolf Among Us, will receive a port of its own at the same time as their adaptation of Robert Kirkman's cult classic comic-books. 360 and PS3 gamers won't be left in the dark, though, as there are still three further 'episodes' of 'Season Two' still to be released on current-generation hardware, and better yet, the development team are currently hard at work on an equally morally subversive adaptation of HBO's Game of Thrones as we speak!
The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series - Season One is available now (as a retail disc and a series of XBLA/PSN downloads) on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and will launch alongside The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series - Season Two and The Wolf Among Us: A Telltale Games Series (both of which will additionally come to PS3/360 for the first time too) on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year