Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy release date announced

Telltale games has become the leading name in narrative story point and click adventures. While most companies have moved on to open worlds, impressive graphics or big explosions, Telltale has instead aimed to perfect the art of the narrative, giving well known stories an interactive adventure that is open to amateur gamers and pros alike. Some well known titles that they have covered include Jurassic Park, Game of Thrones, Tales from the Borderlands, Batman and their most successful adventure, The Walking Dead.


With their first foray into the Marvel universe, they decided a while ago to jump into Guardians of the Galaxy to bring the team of anti-heroes to screens in a whole new way. Set to release on PC, consoles and mobile devices, the game will let you chose the fate of Starlord, Rocket and the rest with insane weaponry, sarcastic quips and what is sure to be some insane action sequences. Not exactly sure what is going to happen with the Groot dialogue sequences though…


At this stage there is no gameplay footage available, although there are a few screenshots that Telltale has made public. The first episode, “Tangled Up in Blue”, is set to cost $4.99 and will be available from 18 April this year. “Tangled Up in Blue” is the first of 5 episodes that will make its way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, iOS and Android. Telltale has also announced that for fans who want a once off purchase, a season pass will be releasing on the 5th of May,  although if you are lucky enough to live in North America you will be able to pick it up from the 2nd of May. So far we know at that Thanos himself will be making an appearance as one of the series villains, so be sure to pick it up and do your part to protect the galaxy (although with these guys, who can tell?)

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Michael Oerder
Assassin, Warrior, High Mage, lord of all he surveys and pathological liar. Grew up playing arcade games on my dad’s work laptop with my older brother, and always being relegated to player 2. Spent most of my childhood sorting through my Pokémon cards and playing RPGs, although I feel cheated because I still have never played any Legend of Zelda games. Only recently got an internet line able to play online games, and the world hasn’t seen more than my avatar since. Also I try get some work done at university where I am doing my masters in medicinal chemistry.