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Watch the first footage of Telltale Games' 'Tales from the Borderlands'

Watch the first footage of Telltale Games' 'Tales from the Borderlands'
Telltale Games is a busy studio. While hard at work on a Game of Thrones title, the game developer is also taking on a much more light-hearted franchise-Borderlands. The company is putting its story-first gameplay mentality to good use in Tales from the Borderlands, the latest entry in the franchise created by Gearbox Software. The series is already known for its irreverent humor and impossibly high number of firearms, but Telltale is taking the shooting franchise in a more narratively focused direction. Set after Borderlands 2, Tales puts players in control of Rhys (voiced by Troy Baker) and Fiona (voiced by
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Chris Hardwick, Nolan North And More Join The Tales From The Borderlands Voice Cast

Telltale Games’ upcoming Tales From The Borderlands just got a lot more nerdy, as today the company revealed which talents will be lending their pipes to the title.

Sam Witwer, perhaps best known for his work in the American version of Being Human and his voicing of Darth Maul in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, will voice one of the main protagonists of the game, Rhys. Joining Witer will be Nerdist founder and @midnight host Chris Hardwick, who will portray Vaughn, a “meek, mousy accountant for the Hyperion Corporation” and Rhy’s best friend.

Additional talent featured in Tales From The Borderlands include Patrick Warburton (Family Guy), Nolan North (Uncharted series) and several returning members from the Borderlands series cast, including Dameon Clarke as Handsome Jack.

Without doubt, Telltale Games’ narrative-driven experiences have typically featured excellent voice casting, and Tales From The Borderlands doesn’t appear to change that. All
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Jonathan Martin Talks Kiss the Devil in the Dark; See the Trailer and Some Exclusive Stills!

While it's our general policy to not report on Kickstarter projects for various reasons, Kiss the Devil in the Dark, the new and wrapped feature from the creators of the award-winning short An Evening with My Comatose Mother, is just simply too good to pass up.

The flick's in post, needs your help, and we think it's something you absolutely need to see.

Starring Doug Jones (Pan's Labyrinth), Dameon Clarke, and Amrita Acharia, Kiss the Devil in the Dark is co-directed and produced by Jonathan Martin and Rebecca Martin from a script by the latter and revolves around the character of Marcus (Clarke), a powerful sorcerer who, desperate to save his dying wife, makes a deal with the demon Dagon (Jones) to save her soul. Dagon, however, has more in mind for Marcus than just a simple exchanging of souls. With seemingly no other choice, Marcus accepts, thus catapulting him
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New NCIS Season 11,Episode 8 Spoilers & Clips Hit The Net

New NCIS season 11,episode 8 spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, CBS delivered the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 8 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "Alibi," and it appears to be very interesting as a guy admits to killing someone as an alibi to a hit and run case that took place at the same time, and more. In the new "Alibi" episode, The NCIS team is going to be forced to re-examine a hit-and-run murder case when a former FBI agent ,turned lawyer, confides in Gibbs that her client’s confidential alibi is solid. In the meantime, McGee will start to grow suspicious of Tony’s strange behavior. Guest stars are going to feature : Salli Richardson-Whitfield as Carrie Clark, Dameon Clarke as Homicide Detective Paul Dockry, Steven Helmkamp as Marine Staff Sergeant Justin Dunne, Rodney Eastman as Wendell Kaiser, Nicole Steinwedell as Olivia Chandler,
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New NCIS Season 11,Episode 8 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

New NCIS season 11,episode 8 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently,CBS dropped the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 8 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "Alibi," and it sounds like it'll be quite intriguing as the NCIS crew works a hit and run case that offers way more issues than meets they eye, and more. In the new,8th episode press release: An open-and-shut, hit-and-run case is anything but for NCIS when the prime suspect's lawyer confides in Gibbs that her client's confidential alibi is solid. Press release number 2: The NCIS team is going to be forced to re-examine a hit-and-run murder case when a former FBI agent ,turned lawyer, confides in Gibbs that her client’s confidential alibi is solid. In the meantime, McGee will grow suspicious of Tony’s strange behavior. Guest stars will feature: Salli Richardson-Whitfield as Carrie Clark, Dameon Clarke as Homicide Detective Paul Dockry,
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Dragon Ball Z Season 9 DVD Review

Creator: Akira Toriyama

Starring: Masako Nozawa, Sean Schemmel, Daisuke Gouri, Stephanie Nadolny, Naoko Watanabe, Eric Vale, Miki Itou, Christopher R. Sabat, Ryo Horikawa, Dameon Clarke, Takeshi Kusao, Kyle Hebert, Toshio Furukawa, Sonny Strait, Jeremy Inman, Chuck Huber, Mike McFarland, Tiffany Volmer, Cynthia Cranz,

Running Time: 625 minutes

Certificate: PG

It’s been a long and winding road for the characters of Dragon Ball Z, but this is the final season. Dragon Ball Z is a show that I first approached with resistance, unwilling to accept that 5+ hour long fights could be anything but repetitive and dull. But it has gradually become more hospitable, if only for the fact that the show is demonstrably addictive. Set aside the fact that reviewing anime is one of the things I do for the site, this show would have sunk its claws into me and refused to let go no matter what. This final season
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Dragon Ball Z Season 8 DVD Review

Creator: Akira Toriyama

Starring: Masako Nozawa, Sean Schemmel, Daisuke Gouri, Stephanie Nadolny, Naoko Watanabe, Eric Vale, Miki Itou, Christopher R. Sabat, Ryo Horikawa, Dameon Clarke, Takeshi Kusao, Kyle Hebert, Toshio Furukawa, Sonny Strait, Jeremy Inman, Chuck Huber, Mike McFarland, Tiffany Volmer, Cynthia Cranz,

Running Time: 625 minutes

Certificate: PG

Picking up where Season 7 left off, Season 8 really should begin to crack under the pressure of continuing a fairly simplistic series for so long. In actual fact, this is one of the best seasons the show has to offer thanks to some amazing character development, interesting and meaningful fight sequences, and even sections of heartfelt emotion. It all begins with the regular gang of heroes travelling to take on the evil wizard Babidi, son of Bibidi, and yes there is also a Buu. Babidi wishes to awaken the ultimate fighter, Buu, in order to take over the word.

The lead up to
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Dragon Ball Z Season 7 DVD Review

Creator: Akira Toriyama

Starring: Masako Nozawa, Sean Schemmel, Daisuke Gouri, Stephanie Nadolny, Naoko Watanabe, Eric Vale, Miki Itou, Christopher R. Sabat, Ryo Horikawa, Dameon Clarke, Takeshi Kusao, Kyle Hebert, Toshio Furukawa, Sonny Strait, Jeremy Inman, Chuck Huber, Mike McFarland, Tiffany Volmer, Cynthia Cranz,

Running Time: 625 minutes

Certificate: PG

Dragon Ball Season 7 is one of those points in a long running anime that can be seen as an easy ‘jumping-in’ point. Whereas the last two seasons required lengthy mythology and background knowledge to receive much of the enjoyment, this season will welcome newcomers and reward dedicated fans alike. Season 6 was an incredibly long tournament based season, with much of the action focused around a single fight. Season 7 has a lot of tournaments to get through too, but it also gives a wide range of fights and competitors, as well as supplying us with some heartfelt character moments and exciting new storylines and characters.
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Dragon Ball Z Season 6 DVD Review

Creator: Akira Toriyama

Starring: Masako Nozawa, Sean Schemmel, Daisuke Gouri, Stephanie Nadolny, Naoko Watanabe, Eric Vale, Miki Itou, Christopher R. Sabat, Ryo Horikawa, Dameon Clarke, Takeshi Kusao, Kyle Hebert, Toshio Furukawa, Sonny Strait, Jeremy Inman, Chuck Huber, Mike McFarland, Tiffany Volmer, Cynthia Cranz,

Running Time: 650 minutes

Certificate: 12

Dragon Ball Z Season 5 really grabbed my attention in terms of the complicated mythology it had to offer, as well as a wide range of interesting characters. By leaving that Season on a cliffhanger, I eagerly awaited a second bout with the long running anime. At the end of Season 5 the alien/android Cell had reached his final form, and had challenged the world’s fighters to a fighting tournament which would dictate the fate of our planet.

That’s right I’m afraid, this is a tournament based season, which means it’s lacking on plot but high on action, a little too high to be honest.
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Dragon Ball Z Season 5 DVD Review

Creator: Akira Toriyama

Starring: Sean Schemmel, Stephanie Nadolny, Eric Vale, Christopher R. Sabat, Dameon Clarke, Kyle Hebert, Sonny Strait, Jeremy Inman, Chuck Huber, Mike McFarland, Tiffany Volmer, Cynthia Cranz,

Running Time: 650 minutes

Certificate: PG

So many anime, so little time. With all the Bleach, Naruto, Pokemon, and other great series to be watching a few, no matter how important or popular, are bound to fall by the wayside. For me, that series is Dragon Ball and its sequel Dragon Ball Z. My only exposure to the world of Dragon Ball are a few memes circling the net and the film Dragonball Evolution, which I’m sure is a grand representation of what to expect? No? Fine, I guess I’ll give the series a go.

But can someone really jump into the series five seasons in? This isn’t like House or some other procedural show. The world of Dragon Ball,
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BioGamer Girl: "The Walking Dead" Takes Home Game of the Year

  • Fangoria
BioGamer Girl:
Telltale Games' The Walking Dead took home many awards including Game of the Year! No one could have expected that the point and click horror adventure would beat out such big contenders as Assassin's Creed III, Dishonored and Mass Effect 3. Now let's look at some of the winners at this year's Video Game Awards, as well as Samuel L Jackson's invasion of them.

Winners

Game of the Year:  The Walking Dead: The Game (Telltale Games)

Studio of the Year: Telltale Games

Best Xbox 360 Game: Halo 4 (Microsoft Studios/343 Industries)

Best PS3 Game Journey (Sony Computer Entertainment/thatgamecompany)

Best Wii Wii-u Game: New Super Mario Bros. U (Nintendo)

Best PC Game:  Xcom: Enemy Unknown  (2K Games/Firaxis Games)

Best Handheld Mobile Game: Sound Shapes(Sony Computer Entertainment/Queasy Games)

Best Shooter: Borderlands 2 (2K Games/Gearbox Software)

Best Action Adventure Game: Dishonored (Bethesda Softworks/Arkane Studios)

Best
See full article at Fangoria »

BioGamer Girl: "The Walking Dead" Takes Home Game of the Year

  • Fangoria
BioGamer Girl:
Telltale Games' The Walking Dead took home many awards including Game of the Year! No one could have expected that the point and click horror adventure would beat out such big contenders as Assassin's Creed III, Dishonored and Mass Effect 3. Now let's look at some of the winners at this year's Video Game Awards, as well as Samuel L Jackson's invasion of them.

Winners

Game of the Year:  The Walking Dead: The Game (Telltale Games)

Studio of the Year: Telltale Games

Best Xbox 360 Game: Halo 4 (Microsoft Studios/343 Industries)

Best PS3 Game Journey (Sony Computer Entertainment/thatgamecompany)

Best Wii Wii-u Game: New Super Mario Bros. U (Nintendo)

Best PC Game:  Xcom: Enemy Unknown  (2K Games/Firaxis Games)

Best Handheld Mobile Game: Sound Shapes(Sony Computer Entertainment/Queasy Games)

Best Shooter: Borderlands 2 (2K Games/Gearbox Software)

Best Action Adventure Game: Dishonored (Bethesda Softworks/Arkane Studios)

Best
See full article at Fangoria »

BioGamer Girl: "The Walking Dead" Takes Home Game of the Year

  • Fangoria
BioGamer Girl:
Telltale Games' The Walking Dead took home many awards including Game of the Year! No one could have expected that the point and click horror adventure would beat out such big contenders as Assassin's Creed III, Dishonored and Mass Effect 3. Now let's look at some of the winners at this year's Video Game Awards, as well as Samuel L Jackson's invasion of them.

Winners

Game of the Year:  The Walking Dead: The Game (Telltale Games)

Studio of the Year: Telltale Games

Best Xbox 360 Game: Halo 4 (Microsoft Studios/343 Industries)

Best PS3 Game Journey (Sony Computer Entertainment/thatgamecompany)

Best Wii Wii-u Game: New Super Mario Bros. U (Nintendo)

Best PC Game:  Xcom: Enemy Unknown  (2K Games/Firaxis Games)

Best Handheld Mobile Game: Sound Shapes(Sony Computer Entertainment/Queasy Games)

Best Shooter: Borderlands 2 (2K Games/Gearbox Software)

Best Action Adventure Game: Dishonored (Bethesda Softworks/Arkane Studios)

Best
See full article at Fangoria »

The Walking Dead Wins Big at the 2012 Spike TV Video Game Awards

The tenth annual Spike TV Video Game Awards took place last night, and proving that zombies rule over absolutely Everything these days, Telltale's The Walking Dead took home four big prizes, including Game of the Year. Read on for the details and a list of all the winners.

From the Press Release:

Hosted by the acclaimed international film, stage and video game star Samuel L. Jackson, executive produced by Emmy® Award winner Mark Burnett and featuring world premiere footage from highly anticipated releases, Spike TV's tenth annual "Video Game Awards" (#Vga) proved to be the biggest night in gaming ever. Industry titans gathered as the network celebrated the outstanding artistic and technical achievements in the gaming universe over the past year during the two-hour global event, which premiered Live on Spike TV on Friday, December 7, at 9:00 Pm Et/6:00 Pm Pt from Sony Picture Studios in Los Angeles.
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Here's The List Of Last Night's Vga Winners

If you missed the VGAs last night, you missed a triumph for Clementine--or #ForClementine, if that's still a thing--as Telltale Games' episodic "The Walking Dead" took home two awards: Best Adapted Video Game and Game of the Year with an extra trophy for Studio of the Year for the adventure game developer, and another for Clementine voice actress Melissa Hutchinson. Plus, Valve's "Half-Life 2" was recognized as the game of the decade while many Aaa titles had to slug it out with the indies for the other top prizes.

Did your favorite game take home an award? We've got the complete rundown of last night's winners after the jump.

Game of the Year

"The Walking Dead: The Game"

Best Adapted Video Game

"The Walking Dead: The Game"

Studio of the Year

"Telltale Games"

Best Game of the Decade

"Half Life 2"

Best Xbox 360 Game

"Halo 4"

Best PS3 Game

"Journey"

Best
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Spike Vga Winners Announced; The Walking Dead Takes Home Game Of The Year

Spike TV’s yearly Video Game Awards have come to a close, and a full list of the winners is now available. The biggest success story of the night goes to Telltale Games’ episodic series based on The Walking Dead. The adventure game walked away not only with a Game of the Year award, but also won awards for Best Downloadable Game and Best Adapted Game, along with Telltale winning Developer of the Year.

Other awards included thatgamecompany’s hit downloadable title Journey for Best PS3 Game, Best Original Score, and Best Independent Game, Halo 4 for Best Xbox 360 Game, Xcom: Enemy Unknown for Best PC Game, and New Super Mario Bros. U for Best Wii/Wii U Game.

The full list of winners is listed below.

Game of the Year – The Walking Dead: The Game (Telltale Games)

Studio of the Year – Telltale Games Best Xbox 360 Game – Halo 4 (Microsoft Studios
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'The Walking Dead' dominates Spike's Video Game Awards

'The Walking Dead' dominates Spike's Video Game Awards
The Walking Dead: The Game won five trophies at Spike TV’s 10th annual Video Game Awards, including the top prize of Game of the Year. The downloadable game, based on the hit comic-book series, also earned Telltale Games Studio of the Year. Borderlands 2 won four awards, including Best Shooter, and Journey won three awards, including Best Independent Game.

For the fourth time, Samuel L. Jackson hosted the live event, which also featured appearances from Jack Black and Tenacious D, cast members from the actual Walking Dead, Jessica Alba, and Star Trek’s Zoë Saldana. Jackson set the tone early,
See full article at EW.com - PopWatch »

Sneak Peeks – Castle 2.17 "Tick, Tick, Tick…"

Dana Delaney begins a two episode guest stint on Castle on March 22 and ABC has released five sneak peeks from the upcoming new episode, which are embedded below.

You can also view promo photos that we previously posted for this episode.

Dana Delany To Guest Star In Two Episodes Of "Castle," Beginning March 22 On ABC

"Tick, Tick, Tick…" — Actress Dana Delany ("Desperate Housewives") will guest star in two episodes of "Castle," on ABC.

In the special two-part storyline, Delany plays Federal Agent Jordan Shaw, an insightful and accomplished Federal investigator who teams up with Castle & Beckett to hunt down a cunning and elusive serial killer. This will reunite her and Nathan Fillion, who played Dr. Adam Mayfair, the younger husband of Katherine Mayfair (Delany) on "Desperate Housewives."

"Castle" stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle,
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Photos – Castle 2.18 "Boom!"

The special two-part episode of Castle with Dana Delaney was supposed to air on March 21 and 22, but ABC has decided to air the episodes on back-to-back Mondays. I previously posted promo photos for the episode airing on March 22 and now we have the synopsis and promo photos for the second-hour, airing on March 29.

The Explosive Two-parter Of "Castle" Concludes On ABC

Dana Delany Guest Stars

"Boom!" – In the second part of the story begun in "Tick, Tick, Tick…," the serial killer remains at large and is taunting Castle, Beckett and Jordan Shaw (guest star Dana Delany) to catch him, on "Castle," Monday, March 29 (10:00-11:00 p.m., Et) on ABC. Delany plays Federal Agent Jordan Shaw, an insightful and accomplished Federal Investigator who teams up with Castle and Beckett to hunt down this cunning and elusive serial killer.

"Castle" stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett,
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Photos – Castle 2.17 "Tick, Tick, Tick…"

Former Desperate Housewives co-stars Nathan Fillion and Dana Delany will be reuniting for a two-part all new episode of Castle. The first part will air March 22 and will conclude on March 29. ABC has released promo photos for the March 22 episode, along with a synopsis. Check them out below.

Dana Delany To Guest Star In Two Episodes Of "Castle," Beginning March 22 On ABC

Reunites With Nathan Fillion from Time on "Desperate Housewives"

"Tick, Tick, Tick…" — Actress Dana Delany ("Desperate Housewives") will guest star in two episodes of "Castle," on ABC.

In the special two-part storyline, Delany plays Federal Agent Jordan Shaw, an insightful and accomplished Federal investigator who teams up with Castle & Beckett to hunt down a cunning and elusive serial killer. This will reunite her and Nathan Fillion, who played Dr. Adam Mayfair, the younger husband of Katherine Mayfair (Delany) on "Desperate Housewives."

"Castle" stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle,
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