There are some decent games to be found but, thankfully, nothing that will get in the way of all the new games coming out this holiday.
Your monthly fix of gratis games brings Telltale's take on Pandora and an underwater adventure.
Now you can enjoy Tales from the Borderlands from the comfort of a physical format.
Tales from the Borderlands was up for Best Narrative last night at the Game Awards. Prior to the event, Telltale's Kevin Bruner and Job Stauffer walked the red carpet and Shacknews took a moment to ask about the game and, more importantly, ask about the game's ending.
Tales from the Borderlands is officially over and while The Vault of the Traveler offered a conclusive ending to the series, it does raise enough questions to ask where the Borderlands franchise as a whole goes moving forward?
Tales from the Borderlands has wrapped up its tale of vault hunting, conning, heisting, and finger gunning with the arrival of 'Vault of the Traveler.' And while the fish story element seems to be gone, a surprising amount of replay value and some truly sharp writing makes this some of Telltale's best work to date.
Tales from the Borderlands is coming to an end next week and the latest trailer from Telltale sets the stage for a huge finale.
Tales from the Borderlands is preparing to wrap up the first season arc, and to mark the occasion Telltale has made the first episode free.
There's been one central element to the Tales from the Borderlands narrative. The story has been told while Rhys and Fiona are staring at the barrel of a mystery captor's shotgun. But who exactly is this person, anyway? Before Telltale wraps up its story, Shacknews is taking a look at all of the possible suspects.
There's only one episode left for Tales from the Borderlands, so it's time to come forward with the four biggest questions heading into the game's big finale.
This is the second-to-last episode of Tales from the Borderlands and there definitely felt like there were several points where the episode spun its wheels, waiting for the big climax. Our impressions of Escape Plan Bravo.
Tales from the Borderlands launches its second-to-final episode this week and Telltale is preparing players for the ride with a new trailer.
Telltale Games has revealed the fourth episode of Tales from the Borderlands will be released next week across all platforms.
The fourth episode of Tales from the Borderlands is coming soon and it looks like one of the first people to check it out will be attendees at PAX Prime.
Tales from the Borderlands is more than halfway home, but that means there are four more burning questions to be asked after the events of 'Catch A Ride.' We even threw in a bonus question, for fun.
The players are changing, but the goal is the same. Everyone's out to find a Vault in the third episode of Tales from the Borderlands, which follows the continuing tale of Rhys and Fiona while introducing even more players from the Borderlands world. Our impressions.
Tales from the Borderlands will continue its quest for glory in just 12 days, with even more people chasing after Rhys and Fiona.
Now that Tales from the Borderlands' second episode, "Atlas Mugged," is in the books, there are four major questions that have popped up. Shacknews breaks them all down, in an effort to prepare for the next episode of the Telltale/Gearbox collaboration.
Tales from the Borderlands started off as the story of two con artists, but if "Atlas Mugged" is any indication, it's about to become the next big chapter of Pandora's greatest despot.
It's been nearly four months since Tales from the Borderlands debuted its first episode. Now Telltale is finally set to deliver Episode 2, announcing that it would hit on the week of March 17.