Fans of the completely original ABC fairy tale drama Once Upon a Time have been eagerly waiting for the show to cross over into other mediums. Of course, we're long overdue to see a concept like this explored in the comic book world, and Marvel has a Once Upon a Time book in the works, but many fans are even more excited for the new Once Upon a Time video game, Wolf Among Us. Produced by Telltale Games, makers of the Walking Dead and Back to the Future games, as well as the fantastic Poker Night series, Wolf Among Us will utilize Telltale's signature point and click, choice based system to tell a brand new story in the Once Upon a Time universe.
The game is listed as "coming soon." Check out the trailer below:
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