Trailers have been popping up like crazy, so instead of making an article for each one, we've rounded them all up here.
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Won't be long before you can once again fight crime as the Caped Crusader.
The beginning and ending of a story are often considered the most important parts. The beginning needs to be gripping and captivating, while the end must wrap up the tale and leave the audience satisfied. Despite their importance, storytellers often have difficulty properly executing an introduction and even more difficulty wrapping up a story. Video games are no exception to this. In fact, due to the nature of choice in games, writers often have more trouble satisfying an audience. Many complain that the choices they make don't matter in the end or that the final choices aren't properly explained/fleshed out. Two games that seem to take more than there fair share of criticism in this regard are Mass Effect 3 and the recently released Life is Strange.
Ten games join with The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season which is already on the service.
Watch Michonne do what she does best, whack things with her katana.
Minecraft is very quickly becoming Telltale's most consistent series in terms of releases.
Featuring Michonne, the three episode series will be appearing February 2016.
Batman will join the roster of Minecraft, Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and more sometime next year.
Telltale isn't letting much time pass between Minecraft episodes, as the third episode is already on it's way.
Even though the first season just ended, Telltale has revealed a second one is already being made.
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