Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Game Series Crack/Patch

Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Game Series Like all good tales, there’s more than one side to a story. Especially one about a Vault key, the Hyperion Corporation, bandits, loot, gangsters, Vault Hunters, secret Atlas tech, explosions, getaways, extortion, betrayal, and mayhem. Set after the events seen in Borderlands 2, Tales from the Borderlands is about Rhys, a Hyperion company man looking to become the next Handsome Jack, and it’s also about Fiona, a Pandoran con artist out to score the biggest of all swindles. Lured into danger by a Vault key and all it promises, the unlikely duo are thrown together with a common goal and a huge amount of mistrust. Who is telling the truth, and why is it important That’s up to you to decide. You are Rhys…and you are also Fiona, because like every tale worth telling, there are two…oh, you read that part already? Well, it’s important to remember that there *are* two sides to every story, and you my friend, you will tell this tale, or…tales, through the choices that you make. Your every decision as both Rhys and Fiona will affect the people and world around you: this is a game where YOU are the final author in a brand new Borderlands story set on the unforgiving world of Pandora. [TellTale Games]

Download Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Game Series Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
8.6
Downloads 3970
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Take-Two Interactive , Telltale Games / Telltale Games

Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Game Series reviews ( 7 )

Ddshcnick, Nov 6, 2015

Telltale, you amaze me again ! Since the days of "Back to the future" the yoke of the most fun and funny that I saw! Can you only applaud ! Keep up the great work!

Toffenuff, Feb 15, 2016

Captures the Borderlands vibe well, which is basically ridiculousness, outrageous fun, and crazy adventures. The characters are all well-made and deep, with tough decisions all-around, and plenty of excellent writing. By far the best Telltale game I've played. Highly recommend this, especially for people who've played the actual Borderlands games.

Mudgerman, Nov 4, 2015

Amazing Game with great characters,plot and overall story.definitely a must buy,Best telltale game since Walking dead season 1,season 2 is a guaranteed must buy.

RagingPoet, Nov 3, 2017

Borderlands world suits interactive movie format perfectly. I liked Borderlands 1 and 2 a lot but the main problem with them was gameplay itself: mediocre shooter with minor RPG elements. And now there is a chance to finally explore Pandora without all that nonsense.

weirdcryo, Nov 26, 2015

Best TTG, one of the best writing in video games and probably one of the only franchises that benefits from TTG art style, don't get me wrong, it has all the flaws that you encountered in their other TTG (and that's why it's not getting a 10) but you can expect a lot of epic moments and a dynamic story. At times I felt that they grab some ideas from other franchises (like dying and the one hearing the story telling that couldn't happen, like in monkey island 2) but at the end if we start complaining about taking aspects of other places we have to complain about everything or stop making games, movies, etc.

Wardelson, Jul 21, 2016

This game would have got even higher rating if it wasn't for the last episode that definitely gone a level lower than previous four. Why starting with flaw when there are obvious advantages in favor of literally everything. Starting from movie-style story telling that gets you the feeling you are in the movie. You're not afraid that chosen decision or line won't give you adequate response. More, characters are vividly reacting to what you say, the same with base choices. The whole game seems somewhat chaotic but I guess that is the appeal of the game. More of that!

OrionHamake, Jun 23, 2016

Um jogo feito puramente de diálogos e a produtora nem se quer traduz o jogo para PT( e outras línguas) e taca um foda-se do tipo "Se quer jogar em sua língua traduza você mesmo" . Ninguém deve ficar dependendo de trabalhos de terceiros para ter um jogo legendado , principalmente porque até mesmo sites pequenos já fazem esse trabalho hoje em dia, então é obrigação da empresa fazer isso. Antes que alguém pense "vá aprender inglês" saiba que eu já sou fluente, e se eu estou pagando caro por um jogo é um direito meu de ter o conforto de joga-lo em minha língua nativa. Já o game é como todo jogo da telltale, passam apenas falsas sensações de escolhas, pois não importa qual opção você escolha quase tudo acaba da mesma forma. Eu não considero isso um jogo, pois o significado de um game é dar ao jogador a possibilidade de interagir naquele mundo. Se um jogo não possui essa liberdade no gameplay então ele deve compensar isso no enredo, caso contrário será apenas um filme interativo, e é exatamente isso o que esse "jogo" é.