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Campo Santo does our job for us, tells the oral history of Tales from the Borderlands

09 Aug, 2017, 20:37 | Posted by: Remi

Tales from the Borderlands ranks well in my top five TTG games list, and this oral history of it is… Well, it‘s great, and probably something we should be doing, but whatever. Read it over at Campo “Jake used to work here” Santo‘s Quarterly Review, and learn how the game never was a commercial hit, and how Mike Stemmle was involved with an early version of it. And more!

(There are also a few snippets about The Wolf Among Us which are interesting.)

What does everyone else think about this?

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    Comment by: AlfredJ | Posted 12 Aug, 2017, 12:29 | Quote
    This was a very good read. Interesting how it was seen as a commercial failure within Telltale, because I feel like this game got a lot more attention online than a lot of other recent Telltale games. Maybe lots of people are buying Batman and there's a big community for those games in places I don't visit?

    Also interesting to hear some of the thinly veiled frustration at the way Telltale operates. This article is proof that Mojo needs to expand their Secret History articles beyond the Lucas adventures. Maybe early Telltale and stuff like Deathspank? I bet there are a lot of interesting stories that have never been told.

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