Ghost

This is a sad day for gamers - or at least me. Ken Levine, creative director and co-founder of Irrational Games, has announced that he is currently winding down the company. He wants to focus on a new kind of video game creation with a closer relationship with his fans - this involves working with a very small team from Irrational Games, alongside Take-Two. Most importantly, the BioShock name is going to be given to 2K. I wish him well, but I’ll miss Irrational Games. Click the link to read more from the man himself.

Gossip Gamer Reviews: The Wolf Among Us - Episode 2: Smoke & Mirrors

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Cliffhangers - they’re part of most of our entertainment, including video games. They leave you on the edge of your seat for days, weeks, months…sometimes years! The feeling is so frustrating, so agonizing…but that just shows you how deeply the work impacted you, to make you care so much - that’s a sign of some quality storytelling. Telltale Games creates a similar stir of emotions in me with their episodic adventures, and The Wolf Among Us is no exception.

Telltale’s forums were littered with complaining fans the past few months due to the long delay for Episode 2: Smoke and Mirrors (the first episode was released about 4 months ago on October 11th of last year). Finally, their cries were answered last week - albeit with some frustration from Xbox 360 users. I was one of the people with the season pass problem, but thankfully that was resolved within a few days. Now, on with the review!

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The latest big, bad episode of The Wolf Among Us is ready to download now.

Except for Xbox 360 season pass holders…Microsoft is STILL trying to fix that…

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