The Finale Episode of Telltale’s ‘Batman: The Enemy Within’ Launches on March 27th Across All Platforms

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I only recently played the first season of Batman – The Telltale Series [Free] on the Switch after dabbling into it on iOS a while back. I quite like it and it maybe my favourite thing from Telltale after The Wolf Among Us. Batman: The Enemy Within [Free] is quite nice like the first season with a lovely atmosphere and more. The Enemy Within will conclude on March 27th. This finale episode will launch on all platforms at the same time and you can expect two finales from it. It is good to see Telltale release the finale at the same time on all platforms unlike some of the previous episodes in some of their games.

Batman: The Enemy Within’s Season Finale premieres on March 27th and the episode is titled ‘Same Stitch’. This will have two different finales with two possible Jokers in the single finale episode. Before you ask, you can absolutely play The Enemy Within without playing the first season but I’d recommend playing it anyway if you can.


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Here’s what’s really behind Jon Snow’s unfailing honesty in Game of Thrones’ season 7 finale

Spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones season 7 finale, “The Dragon and the Wolf”

After all the work the various factions have done throughout season 7, trying to achieve some kind of balance between the power players in Westeros, Jon Snow nearly blows it completely in the season finale, “The Dragon and the Wolf.” When Cersei Lannister agrees to an armistice between her forces and Daenerys Targaryen’s — at least until the undead menace in the North can be contained — she has one condition: that Jon, as the King in the North, not take sides in the Lannister/Targaryen war. “I know Ned Stark’s son will be true to his word,” she tells everybody.

But Jon promptly tells her he can’t make that promise, because he’s already sworn fealty to…

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The Mist’s finale just barely redeems its slow, mind-numbing first season

Spoilers ahead for season one of The Mist.

On August 24, The Mists season-one finale aired on Spike. On the 25th, Netflix released the series for streaming in select countries outside the United States. (A Netflix spokesman said the company doesn’t provide “comprehensive lists of which shows are available in which countries,” so viewers outside the U.S. will have to check their local account to see if it’s there.) The television series adapts Stephen King’s 1980 novella very differently than Frank Darabont’s 2007 film adaptation. All three versions follow the same premise: a mysterious mist descends on a town for no clear reason, and people who enter it tend to die messily. The TV adaptation nixes King’s giant mist-monsters, kills off…

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12 unanswered questions before the Game of Thrones season 7 finale

Spoilers ahead for all of Game of Thrones.

The Game of Thrones season 7 finale airs this Sunday, and it’s sure to be full of bloodshed and gore, possibly with a dash of incestuous romance. With an ice zombie dragon that bears resemblance to a certain Yu-Gi-Oh! card in play, and relationships that fans have been rooting for finally blossoming, we’re heading into the finale with plenty of loose threads and questions to answer. Here are the top 12 things we hope to see addressed in the epic season finale.

1) Will Bran finally do something useful?

Although we’ve seen relatively little of Bran in season 7, it’s becoming more apparent that he will play a key role in the war against the army of the dead, and in revealing crucial pieces of…

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‘Sense8’ fans saved from cliffhanger hell by a two-hour finale

When Netflix canceled its Wachowski-helmed, conspiracy-fueled original series Sense8 earlier this year fans weren't certain what would happen following season two's cliffhanger. Well, the streaming service apparently heard their cries (read: tweets a…
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Game of Thrones’ season 7 finale will be 81 minutes long

Watchers on the Wall has been keeping an eye on the HBO schedule, and today, the site pulled out the episode lengths for the new season of Game of Thrones.

Most of them look like they’ll be ordinary lengths. Episodes one, two, and five are all 59 minutes — pretty long considering an “hour” of broadcast TV without the commercials is 43 minutes, but not unusual for prestige TV. Other episodes vary a bit: episode three is 63 minutes long, episode four is 50 minutes.

But the final two episodes qualify as short feature films. Episode six is 71 minutes long, and episode seven, the finale, is 81 minutes. That last installment will be the longest episode of Game of Thrones to date, though it’s still shorter than the 90-minute episodes of other…

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