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Just as the Borderlands fanbase was starting to experience widespread joy puke withdrawals, Telltale Games announced the next episode of Tales from the Borderlands and singlehandedly cured an epidemic. Episode 3: Catch a Ride will continue from the last episode's cliffhanger, as Rhys and Fiona (plus Handsome Jack) make their daring escape after finding mysterious piece of Atlas technology. With the evil criminal "Queenpin" Vallory now added to the list of maniacs chasing them, the gang's search for the Vault is only getting more dangerous. Episode 3 will be available on Xbox platforms the week of June 23 for $4.99 or as part of the season pass. Check out some new screenshots after the jump.
Aperture Science is proud to announce its latest advancement in portal technology: The Aperture Science Heuristic Portal Pinball Device. After lab testing resulted in only minor casualties, the product has been certified to be shipped worldwide. This device comes equipped for fun with all the quality features you'd expect from an Aperture product. It's got blue portals, orange portals, various cubes, and more robots than you can shake a stick at. Thanks to Aperture's partnership with Zen Studios, Portal Pinball is available now for $2.99 as an add-on for Pinball FX 2 on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Check out the trailer below to see the device in action.
Nero was developed and published by Storm in a Teacup on Xbox One. It was released May 15, 2015 for $19.99. A copy was provided for review purposes.
If you asked me what I thought of Nero the moment after I finished it, I wouldn't have been able to say anything. I had just completed a walk through a gorgeous storybook world, and it reduced me to an emotionally exhausted husk. Even as I write this review, I'm not sure if I've fully processed my experience with the game. Either this is one powerful game, or my heart is just really weak.
Nero straddles the line between a first person puzzler and a pure storytelling game. You spend half of the game walking around absorbing the game's text-delivered tale, while the other is spent working on head-scratching brainteasers. It doesn't take long to realize which half is stronger, as the puzzle gameplay often feels superfluous compared to the sections that are just walking and reading. The story a page-turner, but the game itself may be a harder sell.
So far Telltale's Game of Thrones series has had more than its fair share of adventure, intrigue and death – and it's only at the halfway point. Episode 4: Sons of Winter will be out next week to continue the tragic saga of House Forrester. Whether it be Gared's journey beyond The Wall, or Asher's infiltration of Meereen, or Mira's political workings in a very turbulent King's Landing, every member is playing their part to prevent their House's demise. The episode will be out May 27 on Xbox consoles for $4.99, and as always it comes as part of the season pass. Check out the launch trailer after the jump.