Telltale Games, the leading independent digital publisher and developer of episodic interactive entertainment, today announced it has signed an agreement to publish video games for the Wii home console from Nintendo. The company also announced that its best-selling game, Back to the Future: The Game, which has achieved more than one million downloaded episodes on PC, will be the first title under this agreement to be published in North America at retail this October for $19.99.
"Securing a publishing agreement with Nintendo of America ensures that we can make our popular content available on every major console platform. This signing is a significant milestone in our long-term growth strategy, "said Telltale co-founder and CEO, Dan Connors. Back to the Future: The Game is a great fit for the Wii platform and we’re excited to bring it to retail this holiday."
Telltale Games also signed a deal to publish retail versions of their games on the PlayStationNetwork and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. The company has also confirmed its best-selling video game series, Back to the Future: The Game, which has achieved more than one million downloaded episodes on PC to date, will be the company’s debut PS3 game at retail this October for $19.99.
"Expanding our publishing agreement with SCEA ensures that our distribution channel encompasses the full spectrum of Sony video game consumers", said Telltale co-founder and CEO, Dan Connors. "We are pleased to solidify our first-party publishing agreements and look forward to continuing our overall growth as an innovative interactive entertainment publisher."