When last we left our heroes Rhys and Fiona, they'd uncovered a secret bunker in a bandit hideout rife with Atlas technologies. Unfortunately for the group, they weren't alone. At least after all the trouble our quartet of characters had gotten into, they'd finally had a lead on the potential fortune they'd been hunting for, right? Kinda? No? These poor, poor protagonists.
Tales from the Borderlands
Pandora's adventure game spin-off from Telltale Games, Tales from the Borderlands, is about to unleash its second episode.
Retell the tales of Lee, Clementine, Bigby, Rhys, Fiona and the Forresters in one massive anthology offering some of the best adventure games ever made.
We're going back to Pandora a lot sooner than we thought in Tales from the Borderlands.
Very few people visit Pandora and live to tell about the experience. Even fewer of those people manage to get their hands on one of Pandora's many valuable treasures without a bit of misfortune along the way.
The upcoming Tales from the Borderlands from Telltale and Gearbox will be coming to consoles soon, but first, it's going to premiere at one of the most famous theaters in the country.
Handsome Jack is gone, but Rhys the Hyperion lackey and Fiona the con artist have got to find a Vault Key, with tons of comedy in tow.
We dug deep through our coverage, and managed to find the ten games worthy of earning a nod as one of E3 2014's Best Games Ever (This Year).
There are two different developmental philosophies, the rock-solid storytelling of TellTale Games and the over-the-top zaniness of Gearbox Software, that come to light at different parts of the game.
Telltale has added a healthy dose of geek cred to the dialogue-heavy game, Tales from the Borderlands, by revealing the first casting details.