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Catch a ride on this episodic reviewing process for Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands series, based on Gearbox's smash hit Borderlands series. This time around, we're looking at episode 3: Catch a Ride.

From Jickle's review:
I appreciate the way Tales from the Borderlands asks me to really dig into the series’ lore. In Catch a Ride familiar faces from the other games appear and start making noise, but it’s the quieter moments that land well. Pandora feels like a real place here, even if you’re not given much of it to explore, and the warring interests of different corporations and individuals matter more to me here than they do in the main series. I care about whether Loader Bot likes Rhys, I am interested in Fiona’s curiosity about vault hunting, and I care about the outcome when these characters find themselves in a dangerous situation.
Click here for our full review of Episode 3.



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