Telltale Games is teasing news for two of its biggest games over on its Twitter page. First off, as we learned back in January, The Wolf Among Us [Free] Episode 2 is dropping this week. The new episode, titled Smoke and Mirrors, also received a new trailer just a few days back. We really enjoyed the first part of The Wolf Among Us in our review, though as is the case with episodic releases, it hurts waiting around for new episodes to release so you can continue with the story. Well, this week we'll at least be getting Episode 2 so that's a start. Keep tabs on Telltale's Twitter where they're teasing new images and info about Episode 2, if you're curious.

In other Telltale news, the next episode of Walking Dead: The Game - Season 2 [Free] is also "just around the corner" according to a tweet from the developer. The tweet comes with yet another teaser, and a quote from the world's most bad ass little girl Clementine.

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Keep an eye out for The Wolf Among Us Episode 2 dropping this week on iOS, consoles, PC and Mac, possibly as soon as tomorrow. In addition, once Walking Dead: The Game - Season 2's second episode gets a specific release date besides "just around the corner" we'll be sure to let you know.

  • TimTim92

    Oh, cool cool!

  • JCho133

    "Just Around the Corner" sounds like a good name for the next TWD episode.... Haha

    • bob

      They already had "Around Every Courner" so I doubt it.

  • Chungston

    I don't know why they don't just release the game with all the episodes available... I am much more likely to just quit on the game having to wait around for each "episode."

    • Taclys

      Either the episodes aren't all done, and they want to get content out as fast as possible, or they're drawing it out for suspense and interest.

      • http://animaltrackers.wordpress.com/ DAiv Games

        And / or they're monitoring each episode's sales to see if it's worth their time and resources to continue with another episode.

        From experience, there's nothing worse than spending ages filling a game with content, only for a lack of sales to render it time wasted. It's better to find out if the market is there or not, sooner rather than later.

      • ZarieoZ

        But this is Telltale, I never thought they would need to monitor the market, I mean if it's another developer releasing episodic game I'd say that but I think Telltale already have a huge market base & they provide much quality to be just refused or skipped IMO

    • MachineJXD

      Do u want like one of u favorite tv serial to release all the episodes at once and to not know all the drama and mystery and more?

      • nashkt

        Not the same thing. With most tv series you wait around a week for the next episode. With the big waits usually between seasons. For telltale, the time between episodes can be MONTHS.

        Hell sometimes I spend more time trying to remember what the hell is going on rather than enjoying the story because of the long wait between episodes.

      • Vaughn Whiskey

        These are games with a comic book feel. Apart of the Comic Book experience is the waiting period to give you time to think what will happen and make you antsy about the next issue. Most times it is worth it.

      • nashkt

        Comic books also give you much less to think about and less people to keep track of. At least between issues. There is also several different comic books of varying stories for you to peruse and enjoy while you wait.

        Not exactly a whole lot of telltale games being released at the moment. Partly because it takes three months between freaking episodes.

        And despite all this the wait would not be bad.... IF THE DEVELOPERS WOULD ACTUALLY COMMUNICATE WITH FANS. The radio silence is frustrating.

      • Darkenroll

        Honestly, my biggest problem with comics as a kid was the variation of quality from issue to issue throughout story arcs due to the change in writers. I appreciate episodic content, particularly in the mystery genre, but sometimes it affects the flow and direction of the story. That said, I thought Telltale did a great job with TWD so here's hoping.

  • Ryumoau

    Yay! can't wait to play Wolf Among us episode 2. I hope Walking Dead season 2 will release its second episode next month.

  • Bloodangel

    Still no episode 2 for wolf grr... Thought it was out this week :(

  • Omega Weiss

    They lied xD

  • https://www.facebook.com/ESOElvenSupremacyESO Jordan A Johnstone

    I hope Kenny will be the 'I thought you were dead' person in episode two.