Tagged: Interactive Narrative

Telltale recently unveiled the title of their latest Walking Dead game, and you’ll be able to get your first look at the upcoming Game Awards. Details about The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, the fourth undead choose-your-own-adventure from the studio, are scant, save for a tweet that asks simply: ‘How far will you go to protect your family?’ https://twitter.com/telltalegames/status/801108272006602752 What a hook. That questions plays on the more recognisable aspects of the hit comic book and TV series: A drama that looks at how people - real, actual, flawed people - survive in a zombified post-apocalypse. Those human connections have always formed the ... Read More »
Firewatch is a beautiful game, not because of those vivid graphics, but because of the story it tells. The game, more of a walking sim meets interactive narrative, kicks off with on-screen text – and so begins the tale of you and Julia. Anyone who’s ever read a choose-your-own-adventure book will be comfortable here, as you make a series of choices that determine how your life together evolves: Compliment Julia or decline, choose a beagle or a German Shepherd, have kids or hold off… These choices allow you to emotionally connect with characters and story, and feel as if this ... Read More »
Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode has almost come to an end, unless the studio decides to release a few more episodes, as they did after the initial five-episode run of the original tale. Now, the penultimate 7th episode, entitled ‘Access Denied’, finally has a release date – and there’s a mercifully short wait until it’s out. Usually, with episodic games, it can feel like you’re waiting half-a-year for the next instalment, but the ‘Access Denied’ episode will be coming to Xbox One on Tuesday 26th July. That’s just under two months since the last episode was released, meaning fans can dive ... Read More »

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If there was ever a game I have fond memories of, it's that of the Burnout series. Specifically that of the Crash Mode where...

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