Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 2 launches; Dark Knight tracks dad's past

The Season Pass disc is also available at retail.


The Children of Arkham Episode 2 for Batman: The Telltale Series is now available, with the Dark knight trying to track down his dad's past. Episode 1 had us questioning everything we knew about Bruce Wayne's past , with this next installment ready to take us to the underbelly of Gotham and it's criminal core.

The official description: "Gotham City's first family mired in corruption, and an old friend now a dangerous adversary, the life of the Dark Knight is turned upside down. What was Thomas Wayne entangled in, and why was he killed? Determined to learn the truth about his father, Bruce sets out to question those involved in Gotham's criminal past. But which mask will he wear - The billionaire, or the bat? Huge decisions will forever change the Batman and the lives of those around him, as he meets the Children of Arkham."

To help set the mood, Telltale release a video with voice actors Trot Baker (Bruce Wayne), Laura Bailey (Selina Kyle) and Travis Willingham (Harvey Dent), talking about their roles and motivations as they bring the characters to life.

The digital version is out for PC, Xbox One and PS4, with PS3 and Xbox 360 coming later this month. The retail version of the game, which includes the season pass, is also out today and gives players access to the five planned episodes when available and four additional DLC episodes.

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    September 20, 2016 10:38 AM

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      September 20, 2016 2:12 PM

      Who played the first episode and how was it?

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        September 20, 2016 4:14 PM

        I'm only 20min into it, so only just getting going. So far I'v enjoyed it. As someone who hadn't previously played a TT game, I can appreciate how this is more focused on the story, so far, than Rocksteady-style action (which was awesome, so not complaining). Looking forward to getting back to it. WHY I picked up Factorio right as I started this game <smack> What was I thinking. So addictive.