Escape Plan Bravo feels like another solid entry in the series, with a few big moments connected together by a great script, snappy dialogue, and the same wit and humor that’s been on display since the beginning.
Another excellent addition to an already brilliant franchise. This episode truly displays the talent over at Telltale Games and is definitely one of my favourite episodes yet. I have no doubt that this will become the best Telltale series out of the bunch and I advise anyone who hasn't played it yet to do so ASAP!
Coolest episode yet. Telltale's trademark comedy and drama twisted together in a story that is a pleasure to watch and participate, but, more importantly, this episode has a very huge impact on entire Borderlands lore. Which was absolutely unexpected and as mind blowing as finale of Tiny Tina's DLC. Borderlands' fans will remember that episode, no doubts.
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.
The most humorous episode yet with some sad moments sprinkled in between but my favorite episode is still the third one. I had episode three's great impression while playing this episode which involuntarily caused somewhat lower impression compared with the third one. But I think they kind of made it on purpose considering the cliffhanger at the end of the episode, paving way for the best peak action moments in the final episode, hopefully.
SummaryCaptured by Vallory and her thugs, Rhys and Fiona are forced to keep searching 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 annoying cold void of death known as 'space' to overcome. Even with the help of a familiar face, and with a worryingly help...