Tales from the Borderlands brings you back to the Pandora. Telltale Games are famous for the episodic style games they have released such as Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and Wolf among Us to name a few. Speaking about that, I have yet to play Wolf Among Us…..I’ll get to it. Eventually. Maybe.
The game revolves around two main characters. One is a Hyperion worker called Rhys and a con-artist called Fiona. Include ten million dollars somewhere in there as well. Both of them believe the money belongs to them (and not their “partner”). Throw in a bunch of shenanigans and bandits, the two characters have a task ahead of them.
Note: At the time of this post I have not actually completed Episode one in its entirety. Just throwing that out there now. Opinions/thoughts may change as I progress further.
Took me a while but I finally finished the pre-sequel for Borderlands 2! Took me over 20 hours (including playing on Steam offline mode). Originally the plan was to do this as a co-op game but since I spent over a month at a condominium my mother owns, I ended up playing majority of the game offline (due to no internet there) and finally finishing it around 23.30pm (or 11.30pm for those not familiar with the 24hr time).
Borderlands: The Pre-sequeltakes place on Pandora’s moon, Elpis with a group of vault hunters that you meet in Borderlands 2. Minus one vault hunter who isn’t mentioned but you will find out why towards the end. It obviously takes place before the events of Borderlands 2. It reveals how Jack, a lead engineer for Hyperion eventually rises to become CEO and his motivations.Read More »
After concluding the true vault hunter mode on Borderlands 2, Claire and I got bored playing the main quest-line. So we bought ourselves some Borderlands 2 DLCs to entertain ourselves with (and pushing more games I got waiting further behind). We began our misadventures with Tiny Tina’s Assault of Dragon Keepwhich adds a new fast travel location and bunch of new campaign quests.
Finally! Something that is not related to Minecraft at all. For only one post. To be honest, I completely forgot about this add-on till today when I was playing Borderlands on the second play-through. My bad. Now to review the final add-on for Borderlands (I know, this is really late) which is Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution (or Claptrap’s Robolution).
Alright, so it has been a while since I have posted anything. Apologies. Been playing mostly vanilla stuff on L4D2 while waiting for my Borderlands to re-install.
Yes, Kaz and I are now re-installing Borderlands because we miss it, as well finish the claptrap revolution. I am also re-installing Oblivion because I miss Oblivion now. It was triggered by watching some gaming commentary on an Oblivion mod.