Originally Posted by Pale Man
Why would Universal commission a company to do an action game that hasn't made a single action game in the 6 years they've been around?
Well, please, read the press release: "The agreement broadens Telltale's product offerings into new genres
and new styles of gameplay
As I say, they have sold to the enemy, that is, action or action adventures games... I don't need a "hollywood-licensed action adventure game", thanks...