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WATCH: Telltale Games release their trailer for Batman – The Telltale Series

July 19th, 2016 by Christopher Williams Comments

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Telltale Games have revealed the trailer for there upcoming Batman – the Telltale Series and oh, my…

Ready for more Batman in your videogame life? If so Telltale has you covered.

Batman- The Telltale Series is finally hitting consoles, mobile platforms and PC/Mac with the first episode available for digital download in August, or you can wait to purchase the season pass disc from retailers which comes with the first episode and allows access to the other 4 episodes for download as they become available.

The season pass disc will hit North American stores September 13th followed by a European release September 16th. Why should you be excited? Simple, Telltale spins some of the best stories in the gaming industry.

Though the action isn’t as hands on as Arkham gamers may like, Telltale has been kicking along quietly putting out some of the best and most affordable games to date. Ask anyone who has played The Walking Dead or The Wolf Among Us and they will tell you that Telltale’s strength is in providing gamers with an engrossing story all the while providing an experience that doesn’t just make you feel like you are playing a game, it makes you part of the game.

I can honestly tell you that Telltale is easily one of my favorite developers. Having seen how they handled properties like TWD, The Wolf Among Us (based on Vertigo comics’ Fables) and Game of Thrones, I’m stoked to see how they handle an iconic character like Batman. Ready for more Batman in your videogame life? If so Telltale has you covered. Batman- The Telltale Series is finally hitting consoles, mobile platforms and PC/Mac with the first episode available for digital download in August, or you can wait to purchase the season pass disc from retailers which comes with the first episode and allows access to the other 4 episodes for download as they become available.

The season pass disc will hit North American stores September 13th followed by a European release September 16th. Why should you be excited? Simple, Telltale spins some of the best stories in the gaming industry. Though the action isn’t as hands on as Arkham gamers may like, Telltale has been kicking along quietly putting out some of the best and most affordable games to date. Ask anyone who has played The Walking Dead or The Wolf Among Us and they will tell you that Telltale’s strength is in providing gamers with an engrossing story all the while providing an experience that doesn’t just make you feel like you are playing a game, it makes you part of the game.

I can honestly tell you that Telltale is easily one of my favorite developers. Having seen how they handled properties like TWD, The Wolf Among Us (based on Vertigo comics’ Fables) and Game of Thrones, I’m stoked to see how they handle an iconic character like Batman. Ready for more Batman in your videogame life? If so Telltale has you covered. Batman- The Telltale Series is finally hitting consoles, mobile platforms and PC/Mac with the first episode available for digital download in August, or you can wait to purchase the season pass disc from retailers which comes with the first episode and allows access to the other 4 episodes for download as they become available. The season pass disc will hit North American stores September 13th followed by a European release September 16th.

Why should you be excited? Simple, Telltale spins some of the best stories in the gaming industry. Though the action isn’t as hands on as Arkham gamers may like, Telltale has been kicking along quietly putting out some of the best and most affordable games to date. Ask anyone who has played The Walking Dead or The Wolf Among Us and they will tell you that Telltale’s strength is in providing gamers with an engrossing story all the while providing an experience that doesn’t just make you feel like you are playing a game, it makes you part of the game. I can honestly tell you that Telltale is easily one of my favorite developers.

Having seen how they handled properties like TWD, The Wolf Among Us (based on Vertigo comics’ Fables) and Game of Thrones, I’m stoked to see how they handle an iconic character like Batman. Ready for more Batman in your videogame life? If so Telltale has you covered. Batman- The Telltale Series is finally hitting consoles, mobile platforms and PC/Mac with the first episode available for digital download in August, or you can wait to purchase the season pass disc from retailers which comes with the first episode and allows access to the other 4 episodes for download as they become available.

The season pass disc will hit North American stores September 13th followed by a European release September 16th. Why should you be excited? Simple, Telltale spins some of the best stories in the gaming industry. Though the action isn’t as hands on as Arkham gamers may like, Telltale has been kicking along quietly putting out some of the best and most affordable games to date. Ask anyone who has played The Walking Dead or The Wolf Among Us and they will tell you that Telltale’s strength is in providing gamers with an engrossing story all the while providing an experience that doesn’t just make you feel like you are playing a game, it makes you part of the game.

I can honestly tell you that Telltale is easily one of my favorite developers. Having seen how they handled properties like TWD, The Wolf Among Us (based on Vertigo comics’ Fables) and Game of Thrones, I’m stoked to see how they handle an iconic character like Batman.

Here’s the press release:

Today we can unveil the digital release date and world premiere trailer for BATMAN – The Telltale Series.

The first of five episodes in the season, Episode 1: ‘Realm of Shadows’ will be available digitally worldwide starting Tuesday August 2nd on PC and Mac from the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, on the PlayStation®Network for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, on the Xbox Games Store for Xbox One® and Xbox 360®, for compatible iOS devices via the App Store, and for compatible Android-based devices via Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.

The series will also be available to purchase at retailers starting September 13th in North America as a special Season Pass Disc, which will include the first of five episodes in the season, and will grant access to the subsequent four episodes as they become available for download via online updates. The series will then be available to purchase at retailers across Europe on September 16th.

Rendered to look like a living, breathing comic book, Telltale’s vision of Batman will feature an award-winning cast of talent, including Troy Baker in the role of Bruce Wayne, Travis Willingham as Harvey Dent, Erin Yvette as Vicki Vale, Enn Reitel as Alfred Pennyworth, Murphy Guyer as Lieutenant James Gordon, Richard McGonagle as Carmine Falcone, and Laura Bailey as Selina Kyle. Additional cast and characters will be revealed as the season progresses.

The game will also debut ahead of public launch at a special crowd play event during San Diego Comic Con. While RSVPs for the general public are at capacity, interested media may email telltale_batman_sdcc@telltalegames.com using subject line “BATMAN SDCC Crowd Play – MEDIA” to register for entry.

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Christopher is self-billed as the World's Coolest Nerd (meaning he wears glasses and is clumsy, but he never earned good marks in school). He loves all things Star Wars and superhero related such as comics, books, cartoons and movies. He's a husband and father who somehow manages to keep up with his pastimes since his day job mainly consists of sitting around a store with not much to do. He's very outspoken and wants to share his opinions with the world, or at least his fellow nerds. You can follow him on Twitter @AUDone44.

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