Telltale Games’ wonderful Tales from the Borderlands, a deliriously daft narrative adventure inspired by Gearbox’s popular series of first-person shooters, will finally return to digital storefronts next Wednesday, 17th February, following its delisting in the middle of 2019. Tales from the Borderlands originally released in 2014 , and, for my money at least, is easily the best thing Telltale ever made. It smoothes off the mainline Borderlands series’ more abrasive edges to deliver a genuinely funny, and surprisingly touching, five-episode adventure focusing on Hyperion employee Rhys (played by Troy Baker) and Pandoran con-artist Fiona (Fiona Bailey) as they attempt to locate and open a Vault. It follows Telltales’ usual cinematic narrative adventure formula, but nails it on just about every front, with bags of style and wit, a surprisingly gripping plot, an immensely likeable cast of characters, brilliant set-pieces, and, oh yes, not one but five of the most joyously memorable intro sequences ever committed to video game. Unfortunately, Tales from the Borderlands suffered a similar fate to numerous other Telltale titles and was removed from sale following the studio’s closure in 2018 . However, Gearbox has now announced it’ll be republishing all five episodes in a single package from… Read full this story
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