8 user 14 critic
As Bigby Wolf, the big bad wolf in human form, you will discover that the brutal, bloody murder of a Fable is just a taste of things to come when another dead Fable is found which starts the hunt for a serial killer.


Matt Allmer (designer), Dave Grossman | 6 more credits »

Photos We Love From Our Favorite Video Games

Check out this collection of photos we love from some of our favorite video games. See our Video Games Guide for more.

See the full gallery

2 wins & 16 nominations. See more awards »


Learn more

More Like This 

The Walking Dead: Season Two (Video Game 2013)
Action | Adventure | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8.7/10 X  

Left to fend for herself, Clementine has been forced to learn how to survive in a world gone mad. Many months have passed and she is in search of safety.

Directors: Sean Ainsworth, Jason Latino, and 3 more credits »
Stars: Melissa Hutchison, Scott Porter, Mara Junot
The Walking Dead (Video Game 2012)
Action | Adventure | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9.2/10 X  

In a world devastated by the undead, a convicted criminal is given a second chance at life when he comes across a little girl named Clementine.

Directors: Sean Ainsworth, Nick Herman, and 4 more credits »
Stars: Dave Fennoy, Melissa Hutchison, Nick Herman
Action | Adventure | Comedy
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9/10 X  

Corporate stooge Rhys, and Con woman Fiona team up to discover the secret of an alien vault on the dangerous planet pandora.

Directors: Nick Herman, Martin Montgomery, and 2 more credits »
Stars: Troy Baker, Laura Bailey, Chris Hardwick
The Walking Dead: 400 Days (Video Game 2013)
Action | Adventure | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7.6/10 X  

Centered on a truck stop on a Georgia highway, "400 Days" tells five linked stories; each taking place at different points in time and from the point of view of a different survivor, from day 2 of the undead apocalypse to day 400.

Director: Sean Ainsworth
Stars: Anthony Lam, Cissy Jones, Jace Smykel
Batman: The Telltale Series (Video Game 2016)
Action | Adventure | Crime
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8.2/10 X  

Follows Bruce Wayne as he tries to juggle being the Billionaire and owner of Wayne Enterprises, with the masked vigilante Batman.

Directors: Mark Droste, Kent Mudle, and 2 more credits »
Stars: Troy Baker, Laura Bailey, Richard McGonagle
Action | Adventure | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7.9/10 X  

A teenage Clementine and a new survivor named Javier are brought together when a new threat worse than the dead arises.

Directors: Rebekah Gamin, Jason Latino, and 1 more credit »
Stars: Jeff Schine, Melissa Hutchison, Carlos Antonio
Life Is Strange (Video Game 2015)
Adventure | Drama | Mystery
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9/10 X  

An awkward photography student named Max discovers her ability to rewind time, and reunites with her estranged best friend Chloe to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a local girl.

Directors: Raoul Barbet, Michel Koch
Stars: Hannah Telle, Ashly Burch, Nik Shriner
The Walking Dead: Michonne (Video Game 2016)
Action | Adventure | Horror
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7.3/10 X  

The story of what led the katana wielding survivor, Michonne, away from Rick Grimes' settlement at the Alexandria Safe Zone and what eventually brought her back.

Directors: Kent Mudle, Jason Latino
Stars: Samira Wiley, Malik Yoba, Cissy Jones
Batman: The Enemy Within (Video Game 2017)
Action | Adventure | Crime
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8.7/10 X  

Batman is blackmailed by the nefarious Amanda Waller to go undercover and infiltrate a group of super villains that call themselves, The Pact.

Directors: Sean Manning, Kent Mudle
Stars: Troy Baker, Enn Reitel, Murphy Guyer
Action | Adventure | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8.5/10 X  

During the War of the Five Kings, House Forrester finds themselves embroiled in a web of deceit and corruption.

Directors: Jason Latino, Martin Montgomery, and 2 more credits »
Stars: Lena Headey, Natalie Dormer, Peter Dinklage
Heavy Rain (Video Game 2010)
Adventure | Crime | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9/10 X  

As a child goes missing, his father tirelessly works to rescue him, while a journalist, an FBI agent, and a private detective try to identify his kidnapper known only as the "Origami Killer".

Director: David Cage
Stars: Pascal Langdale, Jacqui Ainsley, Judi Beecher
Action | Adventure | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8.8/10 X  

Clementine and her adoptive brother, AJ, come across a boarding school inhabited by other children with little memory of life before the apocalypse.

Directors: Vahram Antonian, Mark Darin, and 2 more credits »
Stars: Melissa Hutchison, Taylor Parks, Ritesh Rajan


Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Harrington Adam Harrington ... Bigby Wolf / The Woodsman (voice)
Erin Yvette ... Snow White (voice)
Chuck Kourouklis Chuck Kourouklis ... Toad / Bufkin (voice)
Melissa Hutchison ... Toad Junior / Beauty (voice)
Roger Jackson ... Ichabod Crane (voice)
Cia Court ... Faith (voice)
Andrew Chaikin Andrew Chaikin ... Grendel (voice) (as Kid Beyond)
Gavin Hammon ... Beast / Dee / Dum / Magic Mirror (voice)
Julian Kwasneski Julian Kwasneski ... Cabbie / 'John' / Caller (voice)
Sam Joan Sam Joan ... Cabbie (voice)
Janet Lipsey Janet Lipsey ... Holly (voice)
Cissy Jones ... Kelsey Brannagan (voice)
Dave Fennoy ... Bluebeard (voice)
Colin Benoit Colin Benoit ... Jack Horner (voice)
David Kaye ... Dr. Swineheart (voice)


As Bigby Wolf - the big bad wolf in human form - you discover that the brutal, bloody murder of a Fable is just a taste of things to come, in a game series where your every decision can have enormous consequences. Your choices matter: it's not only WHAT you choose to do that will affect how your story plays out, but WHEN you choose to do it. Written by Anonymous

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


M | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

View content advisory »


Official Sites:

Official Site | Official site





Release Date:

11 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Wolf Among Us See more »

Company Credits

Show more on IMDbPro »

Technical Specs


See full technical specs »

Did You Know?


The game features many literary characters of myth, lore and folktales like Bloody Mary, Jersey Devil, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, and many more. See more »


Grendel: Holly's sister goes missing and no one gives to shits about her. Paperwork, waiting rooms, and that bitch Snow White looking right past me, then ushering me out the fucking door.
[Bigby stands up]
Sheriff 'Bigby' Wolf: I wouldn't call her that. It's happened before and it doesn't end well.
Grendel: I didn't realize you were the bitch of the bitch.
[Bigby hits Gren]
Grendel: That all you got?
Sheriff 'Bigby' Wolf: Seemed to be enough.
Grendel: Don't be so sure.
See more »


Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #51.17 (2014) See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

The Wolf Among Us utilizes the sleuth aspect with magical properties and manages to create a mature and strangely captivating tale
6 August 2014 | by quincytheodoreSee all my reviews

Telltale Games cleverly sews together a specific niche for themselves with classic adventure system and comic book style art. The Wolf Among Us, unlike their survival oriented The Walking Dead, is a one of a kind mix of noir and fable. While the concept itself has been done by TV series or comics, this game offers a unique muse rarely found in any other games. It doesn't escape the grasp of flaws, most notably from the lagging, and it's relatively short but like Cinderella's nocturnal escapade, it's also everlastingly sweet.

Without revealing much about the plot, the game revolves around Bigby Wolf, a more literal interpretation of wolf than expected, as the Sheriff of Fabletown, a glorified community-appointed fixer. While the jargon might sound too conservatively medieval, the game actually sets in modern metropolis of New York. Furthermore, its playful contrast between the two different realms works wonderfully, albeit in much darker tone than any tale would lead you to believe.

It's been a while since a game focused on detective work prowled by. The Wolf Among Us utilizes the sleuth aspect with magical properties and manages to create a mature and strangely captivating tale. As in The Walking Dead, choices are imperative and will heavily influence later consequences. The outcome of event is determined by how players ascertain situation, divulge secrets, exercise discretion or trust certain individual. Interactions between characters are varied, and these multitudes of decisions, even down to subtle dialogues or gestures, can immerse players to the bizarre world and odd predicament they are going through.

Players would be hard pressed not to sympathize with Bigby and his fellow mythical colleagues as wicked crimes terrorize them. Decisions or remarks made could have immediate or far-reaching repercussion, or they may just be merely fleeting words. There are also bits that need some timing or deduction skill to solve, but they are not particularly hard. The screenplay these personalities dance to is amazingly written with equal consistent pace, whimsical banter and the less glamorous daily profanity.

Action sequences still use QTE, as archaic mechanism as it may be, the game tries to make them more responsive. It doesn't possess much innovation, but it surprisingly makes for engaging combat, and it is a tad more polished than their previous one from The Walking Dead. Unfortunately, these instances are hampered by constant frame rate drop. It's a usual occurrence that the changing of scenery is accompanied by slight lag, which shouldn't happen much considering the technical aspect of the game isn't that taxing.

For a game that has bountiful dialogues, The Wolf Among Us invests plenty towards the voice chanting, just like Little Mermaid did. Characters are well fitted, they sound very appropriate and have knack on wittily quipping on any given moment. Since the game is decision based and cycles through players' choice, the delivery might stumble, but the seasoned voice actors along with good editing produce coherent and continuous scenes.

There is not much melody aside from a few ditties, mainly humming and thumping that quietly very effective in setting the tone. Some simpler themes works to create noir atmosphere, and even though it has fable element, the game never quite sounds merry. One minor complain is sometimes sound effect doesn't fit the visual, perhaps due to slight frame rate drop, but it's not often enough to be a malady.

The game is divided into five episodes, each might last about one and a half hour, making the total playtime somewhere around eight hours. It's decent, but a bit short considering it's released across the span of several months. Players can replay the episodes to find branching outcomes or all entries to Book of Fables, a catalog of events and characters of the game, which is a nice touch, but nevertheless not a very enticing incentive to replay the game.

The Wolf Among Us is an alluring adventure game, one that belies its cartoon art and delves deep at the characters' and their motives. With the rate Telltale Games is going, they might just create a genre to themselves.


Graphic : Artistically well done, good contrast on lighting, although a bit flawed by the frame rate stagger. 7/10

Sound: Great voice acting for everyone, no persona seems out of place, dialogues are meticulously crafted. Its deceptively hushed theme captures the ambiance well. 8.5/10

Gameplay: It's classic point-and-click adventure mechanic with a bit of QTE, but it fits its purpose and pretty engaging for such simple gameplay. 7.5/10

Presentation : Brilliantly told story with peculiarly dark touch. Characters are welcoming, funny and twisted in their own right. 9/10

Overall 8/10

10 of 10 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you? | Report this
Review this title | See all 8 user reviews »

Contribute to This Page

Recently Viewed