If you’ve been following Telltale’s release of games then you may have noticed that they have been releasing plenty of games on the PC, iPad and even the PlayStation 3. One thing you may not have noticed is that there had been no release of any games for the Xbox 360. No news of Back to the Future or anything upcoming, but apparently that is all about to change.
This news comes as Telltale Games announced that they have struck a licensing deal with Microsoft that will allow the company to release games on the Xbox 360, most likely through the XBLA. There has yet to be a release of any of Telltale Games’ games on the Xbox 360 other than Wallace and Gromit quite some time ago. This means that we can hopefully expect some titles to be announced soon for the Xbox 360 as Telltale is currently working on a delayed Jurassic Park title as well as The Walking Dead which has yet to see a release date.
Telltale’s co-founder and CEO Dan Connors spoke today about the agreement saying that “adding console support to our acknowledged expertise in digital downloads is another positive step in our long-term growth strategy.” He went on to say that they “are pleased to expand the size of our potential audience by encompassing the Xbox 360 console consumer and bring our vision of video gaming to them.”