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Madcap Tales From The Borderlands Launch Trailer

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If it works for TV, it'll work for video games. Right?

No, not phone in votes. Having already impressed with The Walking Dead and teased with Game of Thrones, Telltale Games - the masters of episodic, story-driven gaming - has turned its considerable talents to the twisted world of Borderlands

Tales from the Borderlands is a new five-part series that takes place immediately after the events of Borderlands 2. A point-and-click adventure, players follow the story of con artist Fiona and the Hyperion employee Rhys. There's a vault, a key, and an awful lot of cell-shaded antics. 

Check out the satisfyingly oddball trailer below. 

Episode One of Tales from the Borderlands is out now on PC, PlayStation 3, Play Station 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and coming soon to Android and iOS 

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