Telltale Games boss Kent Mudle feels like it's "the end of an era".

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The studio's creative director has been reflected on the company's last project after work was completed on 'The Final Season' for 'The Walking Dead', and he admitted it has been an emotional process after the firm's closure.

He told GameSpot: "Yeah, absolutely. Episode 4 makes me extremely emotional, honestly. Like a lot of it is tough near the end, in that it's kind of a loving tribute to the people that worked on the game.

"I still can't even look at it without getting a little misty-eyed. I'm just so proud of the work everybody did.

"We all came together to make this beautiful thing and to leave that stretching back into all the years that I worked with all of those people. It's the end of an era, and it's sad, but I'm glad we got to at least finish it in style."

Skybound Games CEO Ian Howe also revealed how it had been a source of pride to be involved in the project after making sure the game got a fitting send off.

He added: "Well, I've been doing publishing for 28 years and this is the project I'm probably most proud to be associated with.

"The motivation to bring it back and to rescue it gives me a great deal of personal satisfaction that we were able to do that.

"The fact that this community has really actually come together. I'm very grateful to have been a part of this."