Marvel and Telltale Are Teaming Up For World Domination/Video Game Development In 2017

by Matthew Legarreta

The two titans combine their power for good (we hope.) Last year, I expressed not a reaction of excitement or even curiosity for Telltale’s announcement of a brand new story based Minecraft game entitled Minecraft: Story Mode.  I’ll still play the game and I’m sure it will be good, but what really impressed me about… Read the full article

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Game of Thrones: The Video Game Episode 3 — “The Sword in the Darkness” Review

by Jared Russo

In a brand new video review, Jared explores the newest episode of Game of Thrones: The Video Game, entitled “The Sword in the Darkness”.  Does the episode manage to improve over the lackluster last installment?  Let’s find out! Here’s the verdict: In a brand new video review, Jared explores the newest episode of Game of… Read the full article

You Remember Tales From The Borderlands? Well, Its Second Episode Will Arrive Next Week

by Matthew Legarreta

Seriously, Telltale just kind of threw this series to the side or something, didn’t they?  Honestly, I blame Game of Thrones: The Video Game — Telltale started focusing so intently on releasing that game that they completely forgot about their other series, which is a bit of a shame.  Because in the time since the… Read the full article

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Lionsgate Has Made A Major Investment In Telltale Games, So You Know What That Means…

by Matthew Legarreta

Seriously guys, IT ALL MAKES SO MUCH SENSE.  Just a few weeks back Lionsgate spoke about fully “franchising” John Wick and, at the time, no one really knew what that could have possibly meant.  A bunch of toys?  Action figures?  A fast food restaurant chain?  It was hard to say for certain.  But now that… Read the full article

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Game of Thrones: The Video Game — “The Lost Lords” Review

by Jared Russo

I’ve reviewed many of Telltale’s previous episodes and seasons for this website, and as much as Geek Binge has played, written about, talked about, argued about, awarded, and loved their games I’ve found a few things to be true. The structure of the games never changes, the format, the pricing, the engines, the UI, the… Read the full article