Vainamoinen wrote: »
Sooo... this is a mod thread right now? :cool:
Hero1 wrote: »
I'm still sticking with my theory..in a recent interview with one of the walking dead game designers (about a month ago) they said the Fables team was itching to get their game out there.. They may not have a full green light with huge numbers on the team for launch but surely, pre-production, main storyline for 5 episodes fleshed out, concept artwork, art style, all this stuff should be done by now.
Molokov wrote: »
I'm interested (and not a mod)
WarpSpeed wrote: »
They gotta get something out for Christmas. As I've said before, The Walking Dead isn't very Christmas-y.
JobJStauffer_TTG wrote: »
We're looking forward to an exciting end to 2012 with the coming retail release of The Walking Dead, and we're even more excited for what's to come in 2013 and beyond.
Keupajer wrote: »
Thanks for clearing that up:)
So Vain. If we look at the time between games (historically), how much time will we be wating on the first episode of fable..? Are we talking 1, 2 or even 3 months?
RAnthonyMahan wrote: »
Not Vain, but if it helps, here's the past wait times between the end of one Telltale game and the beginning of another.
-Seven months between Sam and Max Save the World and Sam and Max Beyond Time and Space.
-Four months between Beyond Time and Space and Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People.
-Three months between Strong Bad and Wallace and Gromit.
-Tales of Monkey Island is a weird case, as Episode 1 was released three weeks before Wallace and Gromit ended.
-Four months between Tales of Monkey Island and Sam and Max: The Devil's Playhouse.
-Four months between The Devil's Playhouse and Back to the Future.
-Five months between Back to the Future and Jurassic Park.
-One month between Jurassic Park and Law and Order: Legacies.
-One month between Law and Order and The Walking Dead.
Four to five months seems to be the norm.