The Walking Dead (Telltale Games)

#1
Hersteller: Telltale Games
Entwickler: Telltale Games
Genre: Adventure / Horror
Anzahl der Spieler: 1
Distributions Format: PSN
Preis (UVP): 4,99 Euro (je Episode), 19,99 Euro (Bundle)
Release Datum: April 2012






 
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#3
Endlich erstes Material!!! ~notbad~

Bin gespannt!!!!!

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Playing Dead Episode 1 erklärt euch das Spiel [Video]


Die Comics sowie Serie zu The Walking Dead können bereits zahlreiche Fans aufweisen. Klar, dass Telltale mit dem passenden Adventure ebenfalls für Aufsehen sorgen will. Was genau die Rätselspezialisten da basteln, erfahrt ihr nun.


Telltale schafft es, wirklich jedes Universum in ein Adventure zu verwandeln. Als nächstes wird dies mit The Walking Dead versucht, welches noch in diesem Frühling für PC, PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade, Nintendo Wii und iOS erscheinen soll.

Natürlich ist dabei die Rede von der ersten Episode, insgesamt soll es fünf Stück von The Walking Dead geben. Und damit ihr auch alle schön wisst, was euch bei The Walking Dead erwartet und was das Spiel mit der Vorlage am Hut hat, veröffentlichte Telltale nun die erste Episode der Webshow Playing Dead.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOLSfSt4TqM&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

Quelle

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Is this a game about Rick Grimes, the hero of the comic books and TV show?
o No. Robert Kirkman (creator of The Walking Dead) and Telltale felt that it would be more interesting to tell a story of a new group of survivors.

When does this game take place in The Walking Dead timeline?
o Our first episode takes place at the outset of the zombie apocalypse when Rick Grimes is still in a coma.

Is this game based on the comic books or the TV show?
o We see the comic books as canon.

So who do I play as?
o You play the game as Lee Everett, a man convicted of a crime, but who is offered a chance at redemption…albeit in a world overtaken by walkers. You’ll only ever play as Lee and will see the world from his point of view.

Will I see anything from the comic books or TV show in the game?
o Yes. You will meet some characters and visit locations seen in the comic books. You’ll learn about characters and events that have an impact on events seen in the comics. For example, how did Hershel’s son Shawn end up in the barn? Find out in the game.

Does this game use Quick Time Events as the major game-play dynamic and does it prevent the player from taking direct control of the player-character like Telltale’s Jurassic Park: The Game?
o No. The Walking Dead offers a completely different game-play experience to Jurassic Park. QTEs do not form a major part of game-play and you will have full control over your character as you move through the game’s environments.

Why is this game episodic? What does that mean?
o Telltale has a strong history of releasing episodic games but more importantly, we wanted this game to offer an experience analogous to the comic books and TV show, which are also episodic in nature. We have plans for 5 episodes, releasing once per month.

How long is each episode?
o Skilled players will get through an episode on about 2 hours. Having episodes of this length means that most people will be able to get through them and we want that to happen. The game is not designed to present super-hard barriers and will not force you to grind through it in any way. We want you to complete an episode so that you’ll experience the story and be ready for the next episode.

Where will I be able to buy the game?
o The game series is digital, meaning that you won’t be able to buy it from a retail store. The game is coming to all major gaming platforms, so, as long as you have an internet connection, it’s almost certain that you’ll have access to the game.

When will I see more screens and more importantly, when will I see the game in action?
o Stay tuned for regular releases of screenshots and artwork. Every time an episode of Playing Dead goes out, you’ll see more new stuff (including the first ever look at Game-play!). Sign up on the website to be the first to find out about new episodes of Playing Dead and to get inside information on the game.

When will episode one of the game be available?
o We’re saying ‘Spring’, however, episode one is right around the corner. This thing is coming fast!

What kind of game is this?
o It’s an Adventure Horror game. This game will offer a different experience compared to many other zombie-based games. You won’t be mowing down hordes of the undead as a super-powered killing machine with unlimited ammo; that would not be an accurate recreation of Robert Kirkman’s world. When you do tangle with the undead, it’s going to be harrowing. That walker could be someone you once knew…or were very close to. Also, gunfire (or loud noises in general) are not good in areas where walkers could be lurking.

Does this game feature multiplayer?
o No. The Walking Dead is a single-player experience.

Why does the game look the way it does?
o We were inspired by the work of Charlie Adlard, artist for the comic books.

Is there anything unique about this game versus other Telltale games?
o Yes. For the first time, the decisions that the player makes will drive a “tailored” game-play experience. A decision that you make or something that you say will have repercussions not only in the episode that you’re playing, but also in future episodes of the game. Decisions will range from relatively innocuous (do I lie here and if so, how should I lie?) though to world-changing (I can only save one person here, who will it be?). Furthermore, you’ll come under pressure to make decisions quickly. You won’t be able to stand around deciding which option to choose during a conversation. The undead won’t stand by and politely let you figure out your next move.

Telltale’s previous games have featured puzzle elements. Is that something we’ll see in The Walking Dead?
o You’ll be challenged with problems for sure, but not classic ‘Adventure Game’ puzzles. You’re a survivor in a zombie apocalypse…you can imagine the problems that you’ll have to deal with.
More of your questions will be answered as we lead up to the game's release in upcoming episodes of Playing Dead, be sure to stay tuned to the official The Walking Dead website.
 
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#5
Telltale’s Walking Dead game going gold soon

Telltale Games CEO Dan Connors reveals that The Walking Dead game is just about ready for certification and that Fables is planned for a Q3 release this year.

The Walking Dead‘s multi-platform adventure game is expected to be submitted for approval on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network this week, Telltale Games co-founder and CEO Dan Connors revealed in an interview with Digital Trends at the 2012 Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco last week. The process is expected to take around six weeks, and the release ought to follow shortly after that.

Bear in mind that these certification processes are never exact, so the wait could be longer. Note that Connors did tell me during the interview that the hope is to get the game out soon, to capitalize on the popularity of the TV show’s second season, which ends next week on March 18.

An April or May release for episode one of the upcoming game seems likely. This also might only apply to the XBLA and PSN releases; Connors said nothing about about release plans for other platforms.

Quelle
 
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#9
Cool!!! Ich freu mich wie Schnitzel auf das Teil!

btw: Das ist die Küche von dem ersten Bild ganz oben,...

Der Gameplaytrailer folgt am 19.03.
 
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#15
Aus dem Forum von Telltale Games:

"There's extended gameplay footage in the next episode of Playing Dead, which should be hitting a bit later this week. There's a lengthy interview with Robert Kirkman in that episode as well."

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@Joe: Gucke dir die Playing Dead Episodes an und lies dir die FAQs durch.

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Ich freue mich drauf da das ne tolle Ablenkung zwischen den Seasons der Serie wird.
 
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PSN-Name: philley
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#17
Nö, wenn du weißt wie das Gameplay sein wird, dann schreib es und sag nicht einfach "wirds nicht,...."
Bitteschön der Herr:

Does this game use Quick Time Events as the major game-play dynamic and does it prevent the player from taking direct control of the player-character like Telltale’s Jurassic Park: The Game?

No. The Walking Dead offers a completely different game-play experience to Jurassic Park. QTEs do not form a major part of game-play and you will have full control over your character as you move through the game’s environments.

What kind of game is this?

It’s an Adventure Horror game. This game will offer a different experience compared to many other zombie-based games. You won’t be mowing down hordes of the undead as a super-powered killing machine with unlimited ammo; that would not be an accurate recreation of Robert Kirkman’s world. When you do tangle with the undead, it’s going to be harrowing. That walker could be someone you once knew…or were very close to. Also, gunfire (or loud noises in general) are not good in areas where walkers could be lurking.


Quelle oder siehe post Nr. 3 :kafee:
 
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#19
Nur kurz reingeschaut. Will mir nix versauen. Trotzdem danke für die Eindrücke!!!

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Es soll sich nicht um die finale Fassung handeln. Das Gameplay soll an Heavy Rain erinnern.
 
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