Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Two - Atlas Mugged for Xbox One
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Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Two - Atlas Mugged

Mar 18, 2015

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Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature


The discovery of the Gortys Project fuels a madcap race to find just what the Atlas Corporation was up to prior to Hyperion's takeover of Pandora. Our intrepid heroes are not the only ones on the trail. Vault Hunters, Bounty Hunters, Vasquez, and a giant monster thing with a mouth that looks like a... well, you'll see... are all in pursuit. And to complicate matters, Rhys is being haunted by visions of a dead despot AND what Vaughn looks like without his shirt on. Can Fiona and Sasha hold everything together? That's up to you.

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Angelo M. D'ArgenioMar 18, 2015
The cursor also feels really unresponsive. It moves a second after you tell it to, which takes a bit of getting used to. This interferes with quick time events quite a bit, not enough to really screw you up, but enough to make them more frustrating than they have to be.But all of these are really just minor annoyances. They may have ruined the experience in any other game, but to be honest the story is just so good I would sit through a million bugs to see it through to the end. 2K and Telltale are a narrative dream team that crafts a story unlike anything else you have seen on the market. Even if you haven’t picked up Episode 1, even if you've never played Borderlands before, pick up Tales from the Borderlands. You won’t regret it.
Ben KucheraMar 17, 2015
You can feel the creators of some games in certain details or plot twists, but Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2 goes further. It's as if everyone is dancing as hard as they can behind the scenes to put on a show, and you're experiencing the sweat as it drips from their brow. It's the sort of game that feels like a puppy dog desperate to be liked, and you can't help but pet it.
James O'ConnorMar 24, 2015
Episode 2 picks up right where the first episode ended and ends about 80 minutes later, making this one of the shorter episodic releases from Telltale I’ve seen. ...Telltale has done something a little different with the ‘next episode’ preview on this one, which is enough to indicate that it’ll be significant. This is a minor episode, as second episodes in episodic game series often tend to be, but there’s nothing here that hints that the rest of the season won’t be strong.