An oddly-paced episode is made up for with a deep characterization of the Guardians of the Galaxy, further supplanting the series as a character-driven comedy adventure game. With an unclear look into where the future lies, the next chapter could make or break this series. Episode 2 manages to deliver far more impactful sense of decision-making and consequences than what we saw in the first episode. By the ending cliffhanger, Guardians creates enough of a mystery with the Eternity Forge--specifically the process and cost of using it--to segue into the next episode.
Emotions run high, and that works well for Rocket's story as well as the conflict between Gamora and Nebula, but other pivotal choices seem like overblown drama between kids instead of a ragtag band of heroes.
It lacks action and big reveals, but it sets up a lot of different avenues to potentially explore down the line. Hopefully, Under Pressure is just a momentary blip in a great series rather than a signal of rocky storytelling to come. User Reviews. Write a Review. Positive: 1 out of 2. Mixed: 0 out of 2. Negative: 1 out of 2.
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Incredibly bland and boring. The humor is bad and cringey, every joke falls flat on its ass. The animations are probably the worst Telltale Incredibly bland and boring. The animations are probably the worst Telltale has done to date and the graphics look straight out of a PS2 game.
The villain isn't even interesting and the voice actress makes me take the villain even less serious.
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Play Video. Essential Links. Her temporary hiding place turns out to be the Boston Globe offices, scene of a notorious purge during the uprising, one which evidently involved the murder of everyone who worked there. Her reunion with Nick is loveless and more about control.
After months of being pushed and prodded and herded, she grabs the back of his hair and takes the lead in their marathon sex session. Maybe the death all around her proved an aphrodisiac or maybe she just wanted escape. In the light of day, she picks through the abandoned desks of the dead journalists, collecting personal possessions and that pair of shoes she found, one by a desk, the other in the print room where the wall is peppered with bullet holes and sprayed with blood.
She builds a shrine to the dead and says a prayer, the good it will do her. And, in a deviation from the usual closing track of soulful emancipation, a radio commentary is heard of a baseball game as the Boston Red Sox win the world series. But I guess months of brutal treatment will do that to you.
Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode 2: Under Pressure Review
Surely children are of prime importance to the new order? It has to be the most ubiquitous, often-repeated show on earth. Well, not that harness. The before time The flashbacks this week belong to Emily and while it is good to see Alexis Bledel again, we find her character in the most pitiful of situations.
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If you set her free she will be present during the following sequences of the action. Additionally, you will improve your relations with her, which might matter in the episodes to come. All logos and images are copyrighted by their respective owners. Game Guides. Games Encyclopedia. Release Dates.
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