Episode One of The Walking Dead: A New Day (review here) was a rousing success for Telltale Games, selling over one million copies in its first two weeks and becoming their fastest selling title to date.
Jurassic Park: The Game launches on November 15th and will be taking players into the areas of the dinosaur-themed amusement park visited by Dr. Alan Grant and company that were under construction in the original Jurassic Park film. We're pleased to share five of the new and unseen areas of Jurassic Park right here, right now!
Telltale Games has opened the doors on its Jurassic Park: The Game website and also provided a behind-the-scenes video entitled "Return to Isla Nublar" as well as the specs for the Deluxe Edition of the game, which launches November 15 on the Xbox 360 (North American retail), PlayStation Network for PlayStation3, Windows PC, and Mac with the iPad2 version coming shortly thereafter – just in time for the holidays.
Here at Dread Central we get to see lots of things, but few of them make us sit up in our seats and say "WOW!" Fortunately this is one of those times, and we're sure you guys will have the same reaction when you see the latest trailer for Telltale Games' Jurassic Park: The Game.
Hold on to your asses, kids, or they will be likely to get bitten off! Jurassic Park: The Game finally has a release date, and we've got the skinny on just when you can expect dinosaurs to be stomping around your home! Telltale Games announced today that they are targeting November 15th, 2011 as the release date for Jurassic Park: The Game on the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Dread Central’s Exclusive Look at the Upcoming Jurassic Park: The Game and Interview with Telltale’s Richard Iggo
Telltale Games have made a name for themselves in the video game industry by resurrecting a genre that was thought to be defunct - the point and click adventure.