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Tales from the Borderlands (2014) Game Information

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Tales from the Borderlands (2014)
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Overall Rank:

796

Avg. Rating:

4.00/5

# of Ratings:

2

US Release Date:

11/25/2014

Platform:

PC (Steam)

ESRB Rating:

M
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Multiplayer:

No

Developer:

Telltale Games

Publisher:

Telltale Games

Genres:

Adventure

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Also Available On:

PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

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  Chris Kavan
Chris Kavan
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10/24/2018 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

No Loot But Lots of Fun

Telltale Games may be gone, but their legacy lives on. The studio may have taken on too much too soon and spread themselves way too thin, but I have to say that I have enjoyed every game that I've played from the studio. Yes, the engine has always been a bit wonky, but it's the story that matters in the end and in Tales from the Borderlands, they nail the story. The characters and humor fit right in with the Borderlands style. Even if they made mistakes along the way, Telltale has left behind some grand adventures and fans of the genre (or Borderlands) should not pass it up.

Presentation: I can't think of a better franchise to showcase Telltale's brand of style. While it worked good for The Walking Dead - it works great for Borderlands, which always stood out due to its cel-shaded look...

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  Nelson Schneider
Nelson Schneider
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09/09/2017 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Shoot & Loot Not Required

Telltale Games was formed in 2004 by a number of ex-LucasArts employees who saw the writing on the wall long before the official sellout of LucasArts to Disney in 2012. Beginning with a handful of comedic Adventure titles in classic LucasArts IPs, like ‘Sam & Max’ and ‘Money Island,’ as well as a new IP, ‘Puzzle Agent,’ and a licensed story based on the British claymation, ‘Wallace & Grommit,’ Telltale soon built up a reputation for creating one – and only one – thing: Narrative-heavy episodic Adventure games.

Their first major success, and the one that has driven their continued development as a business, however, was when Telltale managed to secure the rights for the obscenely, inexplicably popular Chris-would-love-that zombie schlock, ‘The Walking Dead.’ Since then, IP holders have ...

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