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Post by Eorl @ 11:31am 07/12/13 | 4 Comments
The Telltale Games news continues with the developer revealing that the second episode in the new series The Wolf Among Us will feature the character Jack from the fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk, according to a blog post on the Telltale website.

Described as a "sharp-tongued rogue" from the Fable universe, who has been part of the comic series since issue one and has had his own spinoff comic series, Jack of Fables. The new episode will also introduce players to the seedy underground club known as the 'Pudding & Pie.'

Two new screenshots have been revealed alongside the new sneak peak, showing off the two comrades and also the aforementioned club. Telltale revealed that episode 2 will be seeing a launch sometime after the holidays, however did drop the name of the episode: Smoke and Mirrors. Check it out below.




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WirlWind
Posted 01:30am 08/12/13
Sweet, can't wait to see the story continue.
kirkoswald
Posted 07:00pm 08/12/13
i was thinking about getting the first chapter. Does it have any save issues like walking dead did?
redhat
Posted 07:33pm 08/12/13
Wolf of wall st is going to f*****g own this.

Was sad when i realised it wasnt about the wolf of wall st.
carson
Posted 10:46am 10/12/13
i was thinking about getting the first chapter. Does it have any save issues like walking dead did?

I didn't notice any. I highly recommend it. The characters and the setting are great.

What I like most is the use of colours. It stays very close to the source material.
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