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Video: How Telltale adapted Fables into The Wolf Among Us

At GDC Europe 2014, Telltale's Chris Schroyer explains how the studio does its trademark game design work by showing how it made The Wolf Among Us based on the 'Fables' graphic novels.

November 17, 2016

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Telltale Games has made a name for itself as a creator of story-driven games based on established franchises, among them The Walking DeadGame of Thrones and Tales from the Borderlands.

So how, exactly, does the studio go about adapting and synthesizing an established work into their unique style of choice-heavy games? At GDC Europe 2014, Telltale's Chris Schroyer explained exactly that in a talk about how Telltale Games followed up on the success of its Walking Dead game by setting out to reimagine the "Fables" graphic novels as an interactive experience: The Wolf Among Us.

It was a fun and intriguing talk that's worth watching, so if you missed it in person don't miss your opportunity to now watch the entire talk for free over on the official GDC YouTube channel.

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