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Snag 'Tales from the Borderlands' on disc in April

Telltale's five-part series gets physical.

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In Tales from the Borderlands, Telltale Games turns Gearbox's frantic alien shooter into a narrative-driven point-and-click adventure, broken into five episodes that were released across 2014 and 2015. All of these action-packed, emotional episodes will be collected in physical form on April 26th for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. Rejoice, completionists and collectors alike.

Tales from the Borderlands features characters plucked straight out of the main Borderlands series, as well as some fresh faces. It tells the story of Rhys, Fiona, Handsome Jack and a handful of other lovably scrupulous characters as they attempt to attain loads of cash and power on the planet Pandora. Tales from the Borderlands is set just before the events of Borderlands 2, for anyone who's paying attention to timelines here.

Joystiq's review of the premiere episode called it a "creative, playful and often laugh-out-loud adventure" with a solid story and engaging characters. With April's disc release, you won't have to wait months between episodes to meet these wild Vault Hunters for yourself.

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