Tales From The Borderlands Episode 4 Complete Walkthrough

Telltale Games recently released Tales From The Borderlands: Episode 4. It’s the fourth out of five episodes for the series and it’s been pleasantly received by most people. The game follows in the same vein as other Telltale Games where there are a few choices to make, a lot of dialogue to listen to and a few gameplay segments that require reflexes and a bit of attentive dedication. I don’t see how it would be possible, but if you did manage to get stuck in the game, there are some walkthrough guides available.

YouTuber Alzu Gaming has a a walkthrough that clocks in at an hour and 40 minutes. It’s just shy of the 20 minute mark. It covers the episode from start to finish and gets through each segment with nary a hiccup. You can check out the complete walkthrough below.

Tales from the Borderlands Full Episode 4 Walkthrough PC Gameplay Escape Plan Bravo

Tales from the Borderlands Full Episode 4 Walkthrough Part 1 Escape Plan Bravo I will release the full episode in the next few hours with all choices, secrets and endings in an alternate playthrough. Click the playlist link below for the previous episodes. Leave a like and don’t forget to subscribe for more.

Interesting. So we find out that Janey “Springs” wants to marry Athena after they rescue her and that Athena loves “Springs”. We find out Rhys gets to imitate a scene from SAW and scrap a face off a psycho bandit. We find out that Scooter won’t be making it into Borderlands 3, unless he comes back as robo-Scooter. We find out that Handsome Jack has a soft side… sort of. And we find out that accounts in space love imaginary gunfights.

Most of the “hard choices” are just dialogue sequences and strangely the Game of Thrones titles actually seem to contain more complicated gameplay sequences than Tales From The Borderlands, which is kind of odd given how hardcore the shooter games are.

I also didn’t think it was possible but Gortys managed to be more annoying than Claptrap, and not in the funny-annoying way either.

Anyway, the game is available right now for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, PC and mobile devices. You can pick up a digital copy from your local digital distributor or you can learn more by paying a visit to the game’s official website.


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