Batman The Telltale Series Episode One: Realm of Fear Now Available


Batman is one of those franchises that companies have to try really hard to screw up.  That is unique in the cross promotion world, especially between comics and video games.  Telltale Games, though, have a reputation for doing good games so knowing they were behind this new Batman episodic game made it easier to get excited.  Well, the excitement is over, Batman The Telltale Series is now available.

“Creating an entirely original story surrounding the man behind the mask and challenging players to take on the role of Bruce Wayne just as much as the mythic Batman has resulted in one of our most sophisticated Telltale series yet,” said Kevin Bruner, CEO, Co-Founder of Telltale Games. “Our game will explore all aspects of Bruce’s life, from his tense encounters in public with Gotham City’s most notorious criminals by day, to his thrilling chases across the rooftops at night, players will think twice about their choices and consequences in a city that’s always watching the actions of its most famous billionaire.”

“Telltale Games is renowned for its unique style of interactive storytelling, which is a great match for the incredibly iconic character of Batman,” said David Haddad, President, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. “We are excited to further expand our partnership with Telltale to bring fans an entirely new way to experience the many layers of Bruce Wayne’s story.”

Currently Batman The Telltale Series Episode One: Realm of Shadows is available digitally for Steam (Windows), the Playstation Store for Sony Playstation 4 and Xbox Games Store for Xbox One.  Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Macintosh, iPhone and Android and physical releases will occur starting later this week leading up to September 13th.

Batman The Telltale Series Episode One: Realm of Fear by Telltale Games
Genre: Adventure
Platform: Steam
Rated: M for Mature
Available now on Steam, Xbox Games Store and Playstation Network , other platforms later this year

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