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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Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature


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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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.
Luke BrownAug 18, 2015
If you want to get technical, it only took one episode for me to get completely on board with Telltale's version of this universe. The humor has been continually hilarious, the storylines and characters have been compelling, and most of all, Tales From the Borderlands has been fun to participate in. There's only one episode left, but even if it's only half as good as the first four parts, Tales From the Borderlands will have been arguably Telltale's greatest effort to date.
Jim SterlingAug 18, 2015
Needless to say, I loved this latest episode, and I’m adoring Tales From The Borderlands, easily the best thing Telltale’s done since season one of The Walking Dead. It continues to demonstrate how the light-adventure formula can be played for humor as much as tragedy, how good writing can shine in a videogame with the right presentation, and just how accomplished the studio behind it is.

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