Telltale’s episodic adventure series Tales From The Borderlands was one of 2015’s best surprises. That was mostly thanks to its funny script, well-developed characters, and killer voice acting. But the music definitely helped.
Tales from the Borderlands’ finale was one hell of a ride. With a veritable bouquet of guns to your head, what choices did you make?
Telltale’s announced the season finale for Tales From The Borderlands will be released on October 20, starting with PC, Mac, PS4, and PS3. It hits October 21 on Xbox One and Xbox 360, October 22 on iOS and Android. Additionally, the first episode is now free for console and mobile players.
I’ve seen a handful of video-game-themed marriage proposals in my day, but this one takes the cake.
The facial animations in Tales From The Borderlands are so good. (The rest of the game—which just released its fourth episode—is very good, too.)
Yesterday I talked about a very heavy moment in the latest Tales from the Borderlands episode. Today, I bring you a polka-dotted clown hanky to dry your tears.
Wow, I can’t say I was expecting that. Even if you’re just a fan of Borderlands—not Tales from the Borderlands, specifically—this is a big one.
Tales from the Borderlands episode three is out, and it’s good. Really good.
Did I expect to love the heck out of Telltale’s Borderlands adventure game? I did not. And yet here we are.
I've always said that the best thing about Telltale games isn't QTE-heavy action or near-pornographic dedication to depictions of bad things happening to good people. It's disarmingly intimate character moments. Tales from the Borderlands episode two is chock full of them.
Tales From The Borderlands' second episode, Atlas Mugged, will arrive on March 17. That's next week! To celebrate the release date, Telltale Games has released a trailer.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, but little examined, that Telltale's games have issues.
"Press X to not die." It's a gaming cliche at this point, one that many view as a symptom of lazy game design. Quick time events, as they're known, are glorified cut-scenes. Things happen, and we press buttons that don't really match up with the action on screen. They can be pretty bad.
I'll admit, I went into Tales from the Borderlands with pretty low expectations. Don't get me wrong: I like a lot of things about the zany world in which Gearbox's Borderlands shooter series takes place, but it's good for... shooting. Tales is an all-story adventure game. Yikes, right?
Hey, it's a familiar and awesome voice in the latest trailer for Tales of the Borderlands! Patrick Warburton—the dude best beloved for playing the live-action version of the Tick and voicing Brock Samson—will be part of the acting crew in Telltale-developed game spinning out of Gearbox' RPG shooter series.
When it got announced at VGX at the end of last year, I don't think a lot of people knew what to expect. So it's a Borderlands game? Kind of? But in the style of the guys behind the emotionally-crippling The Walking Dead? Kind of? Despite being a fan of both games and developers, and despite being excited for this…
Folks got all excited when the makers of The Walking Dead games said they were working in the Borderlands universe. Judging from a few new screens from Tales from the Borderlands, that excitement was warranted.
In case you weren't at SXSW this weekend—and my deepest apologies if you were—Telltale has recorded their full panel on Tales from the Borderlands, the upcoming adventure game set in Gearbox's sci-fi world.