Telltale Games listen up!

Telltale Games has been knocking episodic content out of the park since 2005, most notably with The Walking Dead series. With the most recent release of Batman: The Telltale Series and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy on the way in 2017, I wanted to pitch some ideas before a slew of superhero titles floods the market. So if any execs from Telltale are reading, I’ll accept a credit and 5% profit share.

 

  1. Stranger Things – This series is just screaming to be made into a video game. With a large cast of interesting characters and compelling story lines there is a treasure trove of content waiting to be explored. Finally, it would be creepy as Hell, and everyone can use a little creepiness in their lives.
  2. Prison Break – What’s more hardcore than being in prison? Escaping from prison! Granted this particular entry doesn’t really require the television show’s backing or name, it would just be a really cool setting. Imagine trying to decide if you should bribe a guard, or shank another inmate who might snitch. There are tons of avenues and themes available to work with. Just don’t drop the soap.
  3. Wet Hot American Summer – Okay, I can hear what you are saying but hear me out. You are at summer camp, your sole mission is to hook up with as many people as possible all while taking part in the ridiculous hi-jinks of the counselors. What would you do? How about take the speed boat for a spin, or help take down a satellite, or perform at the talent show all while navigating teenage hormones and drama. This game would write itself!

Whatever Telltale Games has in the works, even if it isn’t the obvious instant classics listed above. I’m sure that we as gamers are in for some quality good times.

Achievement Unlocked: First Post

An introductory post for any type of public social media account is always difficult to compose. You have to find your target market and establish yourself to your demographic. Too boring, and they lose interest before finishing the first paragraph. Too over the top, and you can set yourself up for disappointment when you can’t meet the bar you’ve set.

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