Try our new beta!Click here
110°
Submitted by chelxmarie 708d ago | news

Gearbox Hands its Baby to Telltale Games

During the VGX show Telltale Games pulled a classic bait-and-switch with the announcement of Tales from the Borderlands, which everyone was expecting to be the announcement of a new Game of Thrones series. Tales from the Borderlands will take place in the world that Gearbox created; and while the trailer didn’t reveal a whole lot, there was plenty of information in the background.

This trailer starts you off looking at a Hyperion poster of Handsome Jack, meaning that it probably takes place before the mayhem of Borderlands 2. You are introduced to Fiona – a fraud, a scammer, and someone that is wanted by the authorities; which makes Fiona a perfect candidate for a Vault Hunter seeing as they are gun-toting killers. As the trailer continues you follow Fiona and her bandit friend into Marcus’ gun shop in Sanctuary. Then, she slowly places an Atlas shield in front of Marcus. If you played through the first Borderlands than you know that during that story you defeated Atlas along with their Crimson Lance private military. Because of this, Atlas products do not appear in Borderlands 2; which leads us to believe that Tales from the Borderlands does in fact take place between the two games.

One thing that is for sure is that Handsome Jack is back; as a digitized version of himself and looking as handsome as ever. Could Fiona’s one-eyed companion be Handsome Jack? But if this version of Handsome Jack is a pre-evil version, how are there already Handsome Jack posters? Even though this trailer is only 90 seconds long, it leaves us with more questions than we thought possible. We are looking forward to seeing what Telltale Games is going to do with this new addition to the Borderlands series. (Dev, Industry)

AnEwGuY  +   708d ago
If Anthony Burch and Ashly Burch aren't involved, I have zero interest in this.
chickenface  +   708d ago
From one one the greatest rpg's ever made to a qte snorefest
lonewolfjedi  +   708d ago
aren't they making an game of thrones game to?
Grap  +   708d ago
yes they are. i am more interested in GOT game than this so...
Chapter11  +   708d ago
Knowing Telltale:

Episode 1 - January 2015
Episode 2 - May 2015
Episode 3 - December 2015
Episode 4 - February 2017
Episode 5 - Half Life 3
Clown_Syndr0me  +   708d ago
Doesn't interest me if its in the same style ad the Walking Dead. Although I like that game, I couldn't imagine it in the borderlands universe where I am accustomed to mayhem and fast paced action...
Wait and see I guess!
ElementX  +   708d ago
Telltale is a one trick pony. All of their games are the same...
NihonjinChick  +   708d ago
But they do that one trick pretty well!
TimeSkipLuffy  +   707d ago
I love LEGO games the way they are :3
They just need to release more :D
Matt666  +   707d ago
but unlike COD telltale do different ideas each time, COD is just the same every year

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Beatbuddy: ON Tour Review (Invision Community)

6h ago - Experience a fast paced action game set in the Beatbuddy universe! Help Beatbuddy to play aweso... | PC
30°

Vertigo Void Review (Invision Community)

7h ago - Introducing Vertigo Void, a game by developers James de Silva and Matthew Sanders that takes the... | PC
Ad

Track the Release Date for PlayStation VR

Now - Sony is yet to reveal the exact release date for PlayStation VR. Start tracking it now using Releases.com | Promoted post
40°

#52Games52Weeks 5 – Nubla (AKA The Worst Game on PS4)

7h ago - Psgamer: Nubla turns this debate on its head asks the exact opposite question – Can art be made i... | PS4
40°

The Witness Review - You Might Want to See This | Entertainium

7h ago - "If Braid was the little kid in class who loved to draw beautiful pictures but was cleverly obnox... | PC
40°

A Fanboy's Look Back at the Entire Street Fighter Series

7h ago - One fan's nostalgic trip down memory lane at the legacy of the Street Fighter series and how he r... | Culture