Batman. This is a license that requires no introduction whatsoever. You either know what Batman is or you don’t. That also is true for your enjoying the license or not- there is very little “in between ground” here. The news here is that Telltale Games is in control of the license, at least for a few games anyhow. This is great news for fans of both Telltale and Batman as historically, their games have been some of the more fun.
“Telltale has a stellar reputation for delivering quality content based on world-renowned properties and these games make a great addition to our line-up,” said Kevin Kebodeaux, Senior Vice President, Sales, Americas, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment. “We previously worked with Telltale on The Wolf Among Us and now on the recently announced Batman – The Telltale Series, so we are very pleased to expand our partnership with worldwide retail distribution for its upcoming titles.”
“As a publisher and developer of award-winning content around the world, we’re thrilled to strengthen our relationship with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to further extend our reach to retailers across the globe.” said Steve Allison, Senior Vice President, Publishing, Telltale Games. “Warner Bros. has been an incredible partner to work with, and we look forward to working with them to help ensure players can discover our unique, story driven experiences in stores everywhere for years to come.”
This is going to be another episodic game, much like other releases by this company. If you hate episodic gaming then don’t support it. For the rest of the gaming populace, here is another adventure to go on and be treated like you are watching a season of a television show.
Batman The Telltale Series by Telltale Games
Platform: Android, iOS, Xbox One, Playstation 4, Windows, Macintosh, Playstation 3, Xbox 360
Rating: Looks like will be Mature
Release: September 16th, 2016