Within two weeks Telltale has given us two episodes back to back, while fans of Game of Thrones still have to wait for their finale. The thing is, does releasing episodes early finally give Telltale the reason to make them good? Unlikely so it seems.
'Your journey ends here', states the Traveler's splash screen. And yes, while another series ends and wraps up, Tales does it in spectacular fashion, one that might even succeed beyond that of The Walking Dead Season 1's acclaim. Let's cut through everything because this finale is an epic power-house of emotions, one that everyone must experience.
Right! Before the finale for Tales comes in under 8 hours, let's review the penultimate episode: Escape Plan Bravo! And considering previous pre-final episodes by Telltale, you should've probably seen it coming. The game, of course.
To say I was eagerly anticipating the first episode of a series from Telltale on a Minecraft property is pulling it a stretch thin. The game has the same troupes and dance as previous titles from the acclaimed adventure-narrative game developers, but will it succeed with another spin on it?
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