Telltale Games’ shutdown has been heartbreaking to watch unfold, and not just because so many incredibly talented people are now out of a job, but because many of us here at Goomba Stomp have spent a fair amount of time playing many of the studio’s games over the past decade or...
Have you ever taken a cold, hard look at the childhoods of female protagonists in horror games? Many of them have been orphaned or abandoned, or put into a mental asylum or orphanage, or some combination of those.
When Telltale premiered its new engine last month with the stellar first episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season, it was to much fanfare. One of the central criticisms of Telltale's games for years has been staleness of their engine, and how samey this made gameplay feel in the majority
This obsession with nomenclature is more than a little frustrating to someone like myself who has a soft spot for zombies, despite the saturated market and steadily declining standards of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
Nearly a year to the day after The Walking Dead's most controversial episode aired, the Season Eight premiere is set to prove that showrunner Scott Gimple and director Greg Nicotero are trying to bring the show back to basics.
You don’t need to be a Tolkien scholar to have noticed the, shall we say, inconsistencies present in the various trailers for Middle Earth: Shadow of War; the sequel to Monolith’s hugely entertaining action-RPG Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor.
As July is fast approaching, Sony recently released the list of free games coming to PlayStation Plus members for the next month. Big name titles like Until Dawn and Telltale’s Game of Thrones series head up the list.
Quick Time Events have been around for a surprisingly long time; however, it wasn’t until Sega’s 1999 classic Shenmue that they became an established part of the gaming landscape. In fact, director Yu Suzuki was actually credited with coining the term many have come to know and loathe in the