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Telltale Games is back once again with a new choose-your-own-adventure, this time taking place in the world of Gearbox Software's Borderlands universe.

To help us choose the right choices in Tales from the Borderlands is our own James "Jickle" O'Connor, who finds that not only is Telltale's choose-your-own-adventure formula still proving to be effective but that this series is more ambitious in scope and scale than anything Telltale have done recently.
Telltale didn’t hit the same heights with this year’s releases that it did with the first season of The Walking Dead, but Tales from the Borderlands, despite being tonally very different, is off to an incredibly strong start.
Read on for O'Connor's full thoughts on Tales from the Borderlands - Episode 1: Zer0 Sum.

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