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Submitted by Whatsupdog 385d ago | news

Telltale's episodic adventure The Wolf Among Us can be pre-ordered now

Telltale Games have announced that their upcoming graphic novel universe-based episodic adventure game The Wolf Among Us can be pre-ordered now for the PC via Steam or Telltale’s website; doing so now will net you a 10% discount off the $24.99 price of the full season, while acquiring via Telltale’ website will also get you a bonus collector's DVD available at the end of the season. (PC, The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 "Faith", Xbox 360)

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Whatsupdog  +   386d ago
Reminds me of the TV show Once Upon A Time :-)
CaptainYesterday  +   385d ago
Is that show any good?
Whatsupdog  +   385d ago
Its decent enough. An interesting take on fairy tales and their characters.
Nod  +   385d ago
The Fables Comics started in 2002.

Once Upon a Time happened just after ABC decided not to take up an option on Fables.

Make of that what you will.

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