Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Four - Escape Plan Bravo for PC
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Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Four - Escape Plan Bravo

Aug 18, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Captured by Vallory and her goons, Rhys and Fiona are forced to continue the search for the Vault beacon - at gunpoint. The beacon is on the Hyperion moon base - Helios - while our heroes are on Pandora... so there's the pesky cold void of death known as 'space' to overcome. Even with assistance from a familiar face, and with a worryingly helpful Handsome Jack hitching a ride in Rhys’ head, getting on board the ominous ‘H’ is going to take every drop of guile, and quite possibly all the spunk you’ve got. Sacrifices will be made – can you make the tough choices needed to succeed?

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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
7.79
Matt WhittakerAug 18, 2015
While there is a moment that will potentially bring a tear to your eye, the vast majority of this two hour episode is gleeful, silly and an overall reminder that video games are meant to bring joy. It’s borderline terrifying to think that the lowest point of Tales from the Borderlands is better than most of the games that have come out in 2015, but that’s exactly the case and gamers everywhere should be overjoyed at this news.
Darren NakamuraAug 18, 2015
There isn't much more to say without spoiling the best episode of Tales from the Borderlands yet. I laughed. I cried. I haven't been able to say that about a Borderlands game since Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, or about a Telltale game since the first season of The Walking Dead.
Alexa Ray CorrieaAug 18, 2015
Episode Four of Tales from the Borderlands does have its streaks of comedy gold--it's hard not to laugh at one-liners from Handsome Jack or extended sequences involving finger guns. These outshine the aforementioned boring parts, but still don't' quite save the episode from slow pacing that doesn't mesh with the series. There are no big action sequences, which takes away some of the energy, but the emphasis on character relationships is what makes this episode a good one.

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