Though we're all still kind of reeling from the announcement of Frank Darabont leaving AMC's "The Walking Dead", it's good to see that the video game based on Robert Kirkman's zombie epic is still moving along nicely.
It's been a couple of months since we've heard anything about Telltale Games' video game adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, but with E3 winding down, there was bound to be something, right? That's right, kids! Game Informer nabbed the first three bits of concept art. But wait ... there's a twist ...
Oh, Telltale Games. How we love you. If there was ever any doubt of whether or not the developers of the upcoming Jurassic Park: The Game were on the right track, prepare to have your fears laid to rest.
Video games and dinosaurs should be a no-brainer of a combination. The only problem? Despite massive leaps in technology no one has really nailed down the formula and made a game featuring these real life beasts of any value. Hopefully that will change this April as Telltale Games is getting set to release Jurassic Park: The Game.
A fan of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead? Then, brother, do we have some really good news for you! For a while now a video game based upon the insane landscape Kirkman cooked up for his rich characters has been talked about, but the official word finally came down today.
What's this? Rumblings of a video game based on the Robert Kirkman comic book and AMC television series The Walking Dead? It's all speculation only at this point, but considering our love of both zombies and gaming (and especially combining the two), we couldn't pass up the opportunity to mention the story and throw out a "hell, yeah!" in case it's true.
Sometimes we cover stuff on this site that leaves me scratching my head. We had a review of the new Terminator movie? I guess I can sort of understand that. Which brings me to Monkey Island.