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Come quick! It's time for a special Sale event!

Well this is quite the peculiar gathering, isn't it? Starlord, Batman, a hyperkinetic rabbity thing, several undead, Marty McFly, Tyrion Lannister, the ghost pirate LeChuck - they are all here and ready for adventure!

Telltale's catalog is now 75% off for one week, and the tough decision-making starts with picking the right games for you. Looking to test your reflexes and negotiation skills in the face of eccentric lunatics, the recently reanimated, or a gang of super-villains? Tales from the Borderlands, The Walking Dead, Batman, and Guardians of the Galaxy are the way to go. Then again, if you are more susceptible to the charms of traditional point & clicks, Sam & Max, Tales of Monkey Island, Hector: Badge of Carnage and Back to the Future will keep you good company while you're trying to figure out their puzzles.


The special Telltale Sale ends February 12, 11PM UTC.
Sounds great !
Post edited February 06, 2018 by headholo
oh noes, there's nothing in there.
Post edited February 06, 2018 by zongkurki
Links to the sale in the post are missing the : right after the http
didn't this sale start yesterday?
Post edited February 06, 2018 by fortune_p_dawg
Some fun games if anyone wants to give them a shot. I suggest wolf among us, and walking dead season 1 if you haven't tried them already.
Post edited February 06, 2018 by JLH
And yet, still no Bone. C'mon guys, complete the catalog here.
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fortune_p_dawg: didn't this sale start yesterday?
I thought so too.
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fortune_p_dawg: didn't this sale start yesterday?
It was unannounced promo.
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Clearsong: And yet, still no Bone. C'mon guys, complete the catalog here.
Jurassic Park (and three Poker games) are missing too.
Post edited February 06, 2018 by Frozen
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wolfsite: Links to the sale in the post are missing the : right after the http
This.
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Clearsong: And yet, still no Bone. C'mon guys, complete the catalog here.
They never even got to finish Bone. Besides, Bone is an adventure game rather than an interactive movie. I doubt they're interested in selling adventure games any more.
Post edited February 06, 2018 by SirPrimalform
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Clearsong: And yet, still no Bone. C'mon guys, complete the catalog here.
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SirPrimalform: They never even got to finish Bone. Besides, Bone is an adventure game rather than an interactive movie. I doubt they're interested in selling adventure games any more.
Bone was removed from sale completely for several years, but has since reappeared on Humble and Steam. When Telltale games came here, Bone wasn't do-able. (I think there was a licensing issue that resulted in it being pulled?)
bought a few of these series, the artwork is lovely and the gameplay, if you call it that is ok, (you get used to the QTE eventually) the stories can be good too, at times very moving which kept me buying more. but what is stopping me from buying anymore of telltale is the in your face store ads, every game it gets worse, then there are the false make your own path when alot are really one path endings, glitchy games that corrupt saves, problems transferring save games to next in series, player made fixes for glitches in running the games are standard yet the company has yet to do it themselves and so on and so on.

just kinda gave up on them on the last corrupted save game
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Clearsong: And yet, still no Bone. C'mon guys, complete the catalog here.
Oh yes, please. I still have a physical copy of "Bone Gold", but I would buy it here again.
Post edited February 07, 2018 by seppelfred
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mintee: bought a few of these series, the artwork is lovely and the gameplay, if you call it that is ok, (you get used to the QTE eventually) the stories can be good too, at times very moving which kept me buying more. but what is stopping me from buying anymore of telltale is the in your face store ads, every game it gets worse, then there are the false make your own path when alot are really one path endings, glitchy games that corrupt saves, problems transferring save games to next in series, player made fixes for glitches in running the games are standard yet the company has yet to do it themselves and so on and so on.

just kinda gave up on them on the last corrupted save game
yes, they really want to push their cloud and don't give a fuck about being able to play ongoing seasons without it. I had to rename directories to be able to import walking dead season 2 savegame to season 3.

I guess units sold is somehow a bad metric nowadays because every fucking game wants to spy on you. Launch game, woops, phoning home engaged. Decide for e.g. some faction in Dragon Commander, woops, metrics transferred. Hell, square enix measures every fucking JUMP in deus ex.

A decision graph for these kind of games would also be nice after you played one run and to be able to load at a branch, but I guess that feature is in the cloud, I would not know :-)
Post edited February 06, 2018 by AlienMind