The lights are on
Considering it has already generated more than $40 million in revenues, the future is bright for Telltale's adaptation of the Robert Kirklman series.
Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Telltale Games CEO Dan Connors said the series has moved more than 8.5 milion individual episodes since its launch this past April. Roughly a quarter of those sales were on Apple's iOS platform.
In other Walking Dead news, in another interview with Red Bull, Connors revealed that Telltale is exploring ways to bring your saved games over to the second season.
"Right now we are just starting to form the concept for season two," he said. "This all remains to be seen, but we are definitely figuring out how to carry the saves over."
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They completely deserve them-Telltale did an amazing job.
Wow what a game! Totally blown away! Wonderful job TellTale
That's great news. The game was just incredible.
I recently finished the first episode for free and it was really well done, and when I get some excess money I'm certain I'll buy the rest!
if season 1 carries over to season 2... just the thought gets me excited!
That's impressive! Truly shows that adventure games STILL have a place in our market!
great game...one of the best games i've ever played...the moment with clementine at the end of episode 5, will never be forgotten because it was the only time i ever got emotional on a video game...truly a masterpiece...you feel connected to characters, especially clementine and it well deserved game of the year award...if anyone say otherwise, play the game and you'll understand...
Sweet that is awesome, congratulations Tell Tale!
I love the game so much. I never cared about it until I gave it a try when the first episode was free. Then it went on sale a few days later and I bought it in a heartbeat.