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Submitted by italianbreadman 2243d ago | interview

Telltale Games Interview, Part 1: The Secret to Episodic Gaming

TheGameReviews' Lawrence Sonntag sits down with Dan Connors and Dave Grossman at GDC 2009 and asks them to reveal Telltale's secrets. (Culture, Dev, PC, Sam & Max, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People - Episode 3: Baddest of the Bands, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures)

italianbreadman  +   2244d ago
Gotta love Telltale games. Keeping a genre alive.
SlamVanderhuge  +   2244d ago
Its sad that an entire genre has mostly been restricted to one output source. At least Telltale knows how to rock it!
stewie32887  +   2244d ago
Anyone remember back in Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight how you could open a secret area where Sam (he's the bunny right?) would come and help you kill Stormtroopers? Always thought that was a neat extra.
SirLarr  +   2244d ago
Oh yeah there were a ton of Sam & Max references in Star Wars games. I remember there was a Max shaped bonus emblem in Shadows of the Empire too.

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