Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Five - The Vault of the Traveler for PC
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Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Five - The Vault of the Traveler

Oct 20, 2015
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Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature


In the final episode of the season, all hell breaks loose. Jack is now in control of Helios' systems, and he's ready to reclaim his rightful place as king of Hyperion (with or without you). It's a mad dash to get out of the chaotic space station alive, as everyone scrambles to grab the final Gortys piece and high tail it back to Pandora. Can you guide our ragtag team through perilous corporate dangers in hopes of getting some sweet alien riches? Loyalties will be tested, secrets will be revealed, and explosions will be in large supply in this climactic chapter of Tales From The Borderlands!

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Kyle HansonOct 20, 2015
Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 5 perfectly concludes the adventures of Fiona and Rhys, and their gang of friends. This episode easily cements the series as one of Telltale's best, and one of the best games this year. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll wanna do it all over again just to see how your choices change things.
Matt WhittakerOct 20, 2015
This is the type of game that you regret playing as soon as you finish it considering you’ll never get the opportunity to experience it again for the first time (barring some major head trauma, of course). From its downright brilliant comedic dialogue to the emotional moments that tug on your heartstrings, The Vault of the Traveler and Tales from the Borderlands as a whole, are as good as it gets in modern adventure games.
Ozzie MejiaOct 20, 2015
As a story-based game, it features some of Telltale's best writing to date and its humor separates it from the developer's more recent efforts. It also features a shocking amount of replay value and actually made me want to play the finale more than once to see the various character interactions, as well as find any little things I might have missed. The actual final seconds of the story itself may be infuriatingly cliche to some, but after the experience of the journey, it's forgivable. Despite that, Tales from the Borderlands marks some of Telltale's best work to date.

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