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TellTale Games to create episodic series based on ‘The Borderlands’

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TellTale Games, the gaming publisher behind such episodic video game titles as “The Walking Dead” and “A Wolf Among Us” has signed a deal with 2K Games and developer Gearbox Software to create a new game series on “The Borderlands,” the companies announced today in a press release obtained by Examiner.

According to the press release, the series will be tentatively named 'Tales from the Borderlands: “A Telltale Games Series” and will arrive in 2014 on home consoles in addition to MAC/PC and mobile devices.

The news comes on the same day TellTale signed an agreement to collaborate with HBO on a an episodic game series based off “The Game of Thrones.

"Gearbox shares the independent spirit that Telltale was founded on, and like Telltale, they've broken the boundaries of what to expect within a gaming genre," Dan Connors, co-founder and CEO of Telltale Games, said in today’s press release. "Our partnership is something that we are very excited about, because it will unite the incredibly rich world of Borderlands with Telltale's focus on story-telling driven by player choice, and characters that people truly care about."

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