Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series – Episode 4 – Who Needs You Review (PS4)

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After not liking this game series all that much in the beginning, it started growing on my the past few episodes to the point of where I was actually looking forward to this episode. That was mostly because of the cliffhanger ending to episode 3. When this episode finally came out I was pretty excited and made sure to play right away. You can watch my full playthrough of this episode here. Anyway, on with the review.

Episode 4 picks up right where episode 3 left off. You, as Peter Quill, either decided to power up the forge or destroy it. This can make your episode go in two different directions. Deciding to power up the forge myself, I quickly found it taken away by Hala, leader of the Kree. She’s going to use the forge to basically wake up an entire Kree army and take over the galaxy. After that you’ll find yourself in another choose me no choose me situation between Gamora and Rocket. You’ll once again have to make the choice of following your friend or following your potential love interest. It’s another no win situation as no matter what you’ll do you’ll piss off someone and potentially break up the guardians for good.

This was a pretty heavy episode that was pretty awesome. It had the crucial death of possibly two characters, which was shocking during my first playthrough, and it also told the tale of Drax and his daughter. The scene with Peter seeing inside of Drax’s memory was very poignant and it made a decision later on in the game either become very complicated or very simple depending on your own opinion and how your scene with Drax played out. This was probably the highlight of the episode as the rest of the episode was the usual deciding between Gamora and Rocket which seems to have become a staple point in this series. While this is getting a little over played and gives you some sigh worthy moments, the rest of the episode makes up for it with its action and adventure sequences. I think Telltale is best for really botching up their forth episodes and they don’t really do a good job of setting up the fifth and final episode, but this episode wasn’t like that and it was a pleasant surprise.

Unlike the decision problems that have been plaguing Batman: The Enemy Within and Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2, this episode had no problem keeping up with the decisions that were made in previous episodes. This was a good thing and in a game where decisions matter, this is really crucial in the gameplay and playability of the game. The Quicktime events, like the episodes before worked great, even though one final Quicktime event did trip me up because it happened really quickly and I wasn’t sure what it wanted. There was a bit of a problem with the loading times unfortunately with this episode and loading times were longer and the game felt like it was going to stall during these times. By now you would think that these issues would be non-existent, but it seems like while the first few episodes come up strong and have stellar performance, the later ones suffer. I don’t know why it doesn’t this and can’t offer any insight, but it’s a problem that needs to be addressed. Other than that the game ran bug and glitch free.

While playing I felt a little less critical of the graphics this time around. They’re the same graphics that have been there since the first episode, but by this time I’ve pretty much gotten used to them to the point where they haven’t been affecting my gameplay at all. So for the first time in three other reviews, I won’t be complaining about them and just taking them for what they are.

Finish this episode and you’ll get yourself another 6 trophies closer to getting the platinum trophy for this game. Just one more episode to go and you’ll finally have the platinum. Just play how you want and follow the story and you’ll be good to go. I know these are easy trophies, but I feel like they’re easy because Telltale wants you to actually concentrate on the story they’re trying to tell and not worry about the trophies. The trophies are just an added bonus for playing. If you think of it like that then it makes the platinum trophies seem less cheap.

As always, there is no multiplayer, but there is crowd play. Use it if you want or go the route that I do and completely ignore it all together. Either way the choice is yours.

Overall I give this episode a 4.5 out of 5.

What’s Great:
+ Great story for this episode that ends on a what the hell kind of moment and sets up the final episode for this series.
+ Your decisions for this game actually matter as they carry over successfully from episode to episode.
+ Also the scene with Drax and his daughter was just done to perfection and setups one of the most toughest decisions of the series.

What’s Not So Great:
The loading times have taken a turn for the worst as not only was there an overload of them, but they seemed like they were going to stall the whole game out at any moment.
The constant choose me no choose me moments between Gamora and Rocket are becoming a little tiring.

I really did enjoy this episode though and am looking forward to the conclusion for what I’m assuming is only season one of this game. I think that it’s been successful enough that they’ll be making another season and there are so many possibilities to explore that it seems feasible that this will happen in the near future especially with The Walking Dead coming to an end. Anyway, since this game is so close to being finished, I would say that if you want to give this game a try this is probably the perfect time since if you take each episode slowly by the time you finish you’ll probably be getting ready to play the fifth episode since each episode release for this series has been consistent. If you want to wait for all five episodes to be released before playing, that’s totally understandable. I would say that if you’re a Guardians of the Galaxy fan you’ll want to pick this one up and even if you aren’t, like I was at first, you still might want to give this one a try.

Spoilers! Below are the choices that I made for the fourth episode.

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This Week in Trophies 11-12-2017 – 11-18-2017

This was a pretty exciting week for trophies as I played bunch of games, started two new games (like I needed to start more games), got one platinum trophy, and overall got a pretty decent amount of trophies for a week where I was pretty busy too. Anyway, on with the trophy breakdown.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2 – 80%

I played the latest episode for this game and completed it. You can watch my full playthrough of the episode here, but you’ll have to wait just a little while longer for my full review of the episode.

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy – A Telltale Series – 100%

As with Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2, I finished the episode, got my platinum trophy and you’ll have to wait once again for another review for this game. Sorry that my reviews are so backed up. Anyway, while you wait, you can also check out my full playthrough of the episode here.

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – 51%

I finally finished my first of many playthroughs of this game and actually was able to start bounties and rifts along with Act V on this game. I really enjoyed the extra act and I’m enjoying working on the bounties and rifts. As much as I enjoy those, I’m also looking forward to playing as the other characters and getting them to level 70 as well as my hardcore mode. Anyone looking to do a hardcore run through this game? Let me know and we can set something up.

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Assassin’s Creed: Origins – 10%

I can’t remember when I actually had this much fun playing an Assassin’s Creed game. This game is truly amazing and I’m enjoying every single second of it. I enjoy just running around and doing side quests and working on the main story which I’m really not that far into. This really feels like an Assassin’s Creed game, just amped up from its break. I’ve been streaming this on a weekly basis, but if you miss my streams you can check out my adventures on my YouTube channel.

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Star Wars Battlefront II – 7%

I know, I know, I’ve never seen a Star Wars movie, although I did see parts of Rogue One during my tattoo session. Anyway, I really enjoyed the first Battlefront and wanted to give this one a try. Right now I’m working on the campaign mode, but I’ll be getting into the multiplayer soon. You can watch me play the campaign mode on Twitch and if you want to set up a multiplayer session, let me know as not many of my friends are actually playing this game.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole – 91%

I got one more trophy for this game this week and the only one left is to play the whole game again on the hardest difficulty. This is going to be a chore, but I am going to try and power through it in order to get the platinum trophy hopefully before the end of the month and definitely before the end of the year.

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The Sims 4 – 7%

Because I am an old school PC Sims gamer, I broke down and got this one for my PS4. So far I’m playing this game as much as I actually can. I might or might not have been late for work one day because of it, but that’s besides the point. The controls feel a little wonky to me, but I’m still having a blast.

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A really nice week for trophies if I don’t say so myself. Next week should be pretty similar minus the platinum trophy because I have some extra time off thanks to the Thanksgiving holiday. I plan on continuing to play Assassin’s Creed Origins, Star Wars Battlefront II, The Sims 4, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and will try to find time to get the latest episode of Batman: The Enemy Within played this week. Come back next week to see how I did. In the meantime, I hope that everyone has a happy and safe Thanksgiving filled with a bunch of food and gaming.

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This Week in Trophies 10-08-2017 – 10-14-2017

For me this was a pretty hectic week with work and all and I barely found myself having enough time to play anything so most of my trophies were actually earned on Friday and Saturday. If I didn’t get those trophies it would have been a pretty boring week for trophies, but I was able to accumulate a decent amount of trophies this week, so let’s take a look at them.

Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series – 80%

The latest episode for this game was released this week so I was able to play it and finish it, which means that I won’t be giving any details on this episode just yet and you’ll have to wait until the review. I will say that I enjoyed the episode though and look forward to the final episode.

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The Four Kings Casino and Slots – 54%

This game just keeps adding more and more DLC and trophies to the list that it’s just crazy. I’m really not a fan of this game since it seems a lot like a casino version of PlayStation home, but the trophies seemed easy enough and I’ve been ignoring this game so I gave it a chance. The trophies that I got were really simple since they were for the slot machines and it’s easy to put them on auto play while I do something else. I only really have to look up during the bonus rounds.

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Wolfenstien: The New Order – 15%

I started playing this game yesterday after I watched a friend play the first hour of it. It’s one of those games that have been sitting in my backlog for so long that I decided the hell with it and just started it. I’m also streaming this game on my Twitch account which you find here. So far I’m enjoying the game, even though I’ve died like a million times already, and am really interested to see where the story goes.

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A total of 22 trophies to round out my week which isn’t really that bad considering I only got two days in of actual game time. Anyway, as for next week, I’ll be playing the new Life is Strange: Before the Storm episode, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and more Wolfenstien: The New Order. I’m also trying to come up with a more consistent stream schedule since I won’t be doing Let’s Play videos for Wolfenstien: The New Order or South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Until I have everything figured out and I can post a tentative stream schedule, make sure to watch my twitter page since I always post when I’m streaming and when I’m finished if you want to watch me play. I’m also looking for game recommendations. If there’s anything you want to see me play and I actually already have it, just let me know in the comments section and I’ll try to fit it into one of my streams. Other than that I’ll let you know how things work out next week.

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Marvel’s Guardian’s of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series – Episode 3 – More Than a Feeling Review (PS4)

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After last episode’s cliffhanger of an ending, I was super happy that the third episode was released right around the time I was actually playing because I was able to jump into it and to see what was going to happen. There were a lot of questions unanswered and I wanted to see how the game was going to handle it. I didn’t think that I would actually be enjoying this series all that much, but it’s slowly growing on me. Anyway, onto the review.

Picking up right where episode 2 left off, Peter and Gamora have entered the temple that the Eternity Forge is pointing them to. Peter thinks, or you can make him think, that he’ll find his dead mother there and while he’s there you’ll get a sneak peek into one more memory of his mother. While Peter is going through his only little trippy event, so will Gamora as she remembers what happened between her and Nebula when they were tasked to kill Tar-Voll. You’ll see how Nebula betray’s Gamora, but it’s not what it seems. When both Peter and Gamora wakeup from their little trip, they finally find what the Eternity Forge has been leading them to. It’s not Peter’s mother, but instead it’s Mantis. Mantis has been the one who was sending Peter the vision apologizing for acting like his mother. She refers to Peter as the “Celestial-One” because he’s the one who’s supposed to hold onto the Forge which has the power to bring people back to life. It’s going to be up to Peter though if he wants to use the Eternity Forge, which will cost him another life, or if he’s going to destroy it.

Although this episode was a little on the short side, much shorter than the other episodes, it was probably the best one to date. Bringing Mantis aboard the ship will cause some problems as she can read people’s feelings and emotions and there are a lot of these among the Guardian’s. Peter has to clear all of this up before Mantis can lead them to yet another temple and then decide what to do with the Forge. The team is split when it comes what to do with the Forge and no matter what Peter does someone is going to be pissed at him. You’ll have to make the hard decision at the end leaving this episode in another cliffhanger.

I have to say that the playability of this game went a little downhill this episode as the loading times seemed to take a little bit longer than they have been and at times if felt like the game was going to stall. This isn’t good and hopefully the next two episodes don’t follow this same pattern. On that same note, Telltale nailed it with the QuickTime events during the action sequence as you get to utilize all of the Guardians during the big action sequence and it really pays off and proves to be an exciting part of the episode. Other than that this game was bug and glitch free.

The graphics for this episode are still a little cringe worthy for me and I’m really not digging them. I know I said this before and I’m positive they won’t be changing for the final two episodes, but it is kind of a hindrance on the game. It’s like something that’s always in the back of my mind no matter how hard I try to concentrate on the story of the episode.

As with the previous two episodes if you finish this episode you’ll be 6 trophies closer to getting the platinum for this game. As always, just play the episode how you want and the trophies will pop naturally letting you concentrate on the story itself instead of worrying about getting trophies.

Another multiplayer free game unless you choose to play with other people using the crowd play feature. Still have no idea how this works and if you use it feel free to drop me a line in the comments section and let me know what you think about it.

Overall I give this episode a 4 out of 5.

What’s Great:
+ Having to solve the emotional problems between the Guardians, it’s fun having to go back and forth as Peter to see how you can help each member of your team.
+ The action sequences and how they play out are really making each episode and are fun and exciting when they play out.

What’s Not So Great:
A short episode that felt a little bit rushed when there are still two more episodes. This episode could have been fleshed out just a bit more then it was.
Graphics are still a bit of a hindrance since they don’t match up with the game.

This episode ends on another cliffhanger which is a little frustrating because who knows when the fourth episode will be released. It could be next month, it could be in two months, you don’t know and that’s a little frustrating especially with a cliffhanger ending. I would say if you’re like me and cliffhanger endings frustrate you if you can’t play the next episode to hold off on getting this game since it seems like every ending is a cliffhanger and it’s reached that point where there are no more episodes. If you don’t mind cliffhanger endings and want to experience this game then go ahead and pick this one up as it seems to get more and more interesting with each episode.

Spoilers! Below are the choices that I made for the third episode.

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Marvel’s Guardian’s of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series – Episode 1 – Tangled Up in Blue Review (PS4)

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Here’s the thing with the Telltale games, I had seriously sworn them off unless of course they were a previous franchise that I had already played, for example The Walking Dead, Minecraft: Story Mode, Batman, and etc. You get the point. Anyway, I had no interest in getting this game or even wanting to play this game because to tell the truth I was a little burnt out on these games and I’m not a fan of Guardian’s of the Galaxy. I know, shock and awe, but I would have been more excited and willing to purchase this game if it was an X-men game. Anyway, there were two reasons I took the plunge and purchased this game. One was because it was on sale. You hear that a lot on here don’t you? The second was because I’ve been creating these “Let’s Play!” videos and the Telltale games just work out better for recording them. Anyway, I picked up this game and played the first episode so here’s what I thought about it.

Going in with absolutely no knowledge of Guardian’s of the Galaxy, I had no idea what was going on. I didn’t know who the “Guardian’s” were or who their nemesis was. I mean I knew nothing and this episode is not for people like me. Everything is basically already set in place and you’re supposed to know these characters and you’re supposed to know why the Guardians are trying to take down Thanos. Like every other super hero game he’s the typical villain who is evil and wants to destroy the world. While the Guardians will take down Thanos in the first half hour of the game, the rest of the game revolves around find out more about what you find when you kill Thanos which is the Eternity Forge. This mysterious object, which is held by the character you play Peter Quill, AKA Star Lord, is making him see some crazy things like his dead mother. Is she reaching out to him or is this all a ploy to trap him? You’re going to have to find some answers with some not so happy Kree trying to get the Enternity Forge back.

While for me it was a little difficult at times to follow the plot of the game, I did find the character interactions interesting. While you play Peter, you’ll sometimes be able to play as the other characters which are Gamora, Drax, Rocket Racoon, and Groot. Mostly you’ll get to play these other characters during the action sequences, but when you’re on your ship you’ll get to interact with them. Emotions always seem to be high and if you say the wrong thing at the wrong time it seems like it can ruin everything since everyone will “remember that you said that.” Towards the end I was able to catch onto the story a little bit more and find some enjoyment to it and am now curious as to what the Eternity Forge actually does and why the Kree want it so badly.

I Am Groot. Hilarious…or…Not. I might get a lot of hate for this, but I really don’t understand the whole I Am Groot thing. I don’t find it at all funny and actually cringe when I have to interact with him. If it’s supposed to be funny, I’m really not getting that vibe from it and it’s more like I roll my eyes at every scene that involves an I Am Groot line which is quite often.

I have to give credit where credit is due and Telltale deserves a lot of credit for this game because of how smooth it plays. From the action sequences to the overall gameplay, there wasn’t one flaw I could find for this game and believe me I searched for them because any time I can get to call Telltale out on their crap, I do. Loading times were smooth and felt like an actual transition instead of just a staling event. QuickTime events were responsive and worked really well for this game and the action sequences. There were also no bugs or glitches for this episode.

I did have a bit of a problem with the graphics for this game unfortunately. While I feel they do a lot of games right, like The Walking Dead, Batman, Tales from the Borderlands, and the Wolf Among Us, I feel like this game falls into the Game of Thrones category where the graphics don’t really match up. For some reason they just seem awkward and I feel like they don’t capture a movie feel if that’s what they were going for or a comic book feel if that’s what they were going for. The characters and areas are too cartoonish for my taste and I feel like this is one of those games where the graphics fail.

Great Music…great for the game…not so great for YouTube. I’m really enjoying the music for this game because it kind of sets the mood and goes with the game. Even after playing the game I find certain songs stuck in my head for a little while later or I’ll find myself humming Hall & Oats You Make My Dreams. While this is great for the game, it really sucks for my Let’s Play series because of copyright claims which means that I can’t get paid for advertisements. This is fine by me though because the game would suffer without the music. If I lose a few bucks, I lose a few bucks.

Finish this episode and you’ll get yourself the typical 6 trophies that you get with each episode of a Telltale game. Just play the game from start to finish in order to get the trophies with nothing special needing to be done. Once you finish all 5 episodes you’ll have a new platinum trophy to add to your collection.

Once again no multiplayer and I hate to say it, but it would maybe be nice for this game to have some kind of multiplayer aspect to it besides crowd play. Anyway, I still haven’t hooked up crowd play because after thinking about it, it’s kind of my game and my story so I wouldn’t want someone telling me which decisions they think I should make. If I say the wrong thing it should be because I said choose to say the wrong thing.

Overall I give this episode a 3 out of 5.

What’s Great:
+ A good start to the series with a story line that seems somewhat interesting at the moment.
+ Telltale worked really hard to get this game done right and it worked because there were no loading issues or other common Telltale issues and the game ran smoothly.
+ It’s fun to interact with the rest of the Guardians who all seem emotionally needy in some way.

What’s Not So Great:
The story was and will be confusing for people that have no knowledge of the Guardians of the Galaxy as the story heavily requires you to know who these people are and what they do.
The graphics really don’t match up to the game and it’s really a downfall of this episode because it becomes a distraction at times.

While there are three episodes currently released, I would say that if you’re burnt out on Telltale games to give this one a pass for now, at least until all episodes are released or it goes on sale again. If you’re a mega Guardian’s of the Galaxy fan, you’ll probably want to play this one and live out your Guardian’s of the Galaxy dreams. I’m pretty interested to see where this this is going and luckily I have the next two episodes so I’ll be playing them as soon as possible.

Spoilers! Below are the choices that I made for the first episode.

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This Week in Trophies 08-20-2017 – 08-26-2017

This turned out to be a pretty busy week for me gaming wise as I was able to play a bunch of different games. I really have no idea how, because it felt like I once again had no time to play. I have to say though that I made a huge effort to play Uncharted: the Lost Legacy and it seems like it payed off. Here’s how my week turned out for me.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series – 60%

I picked this game up on sale and was able to play through all three episodes that were available for this game. While I’m not going to say what I think about the game here, you probably already knew that was coming, stay tuned for my reviews for each episode that are coming up shortly. Until then feel free to check out my YouTube channel to see my complete playthroughs of each episode.

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – 24%

I got this game a whole day early, I know it doesn’t seem like a lot but it makes a huge difference for me. Anyway, I’ve been playing this game any chance I can get because I am absolutely in love with it. I think it’s one of the best add-on’s for the Uncharted series and they couldn’t have picked two better characters to do this with. It’s a great story that has a lot of meaning to it and it’s just an amazing experience. I really can’t say enough good things about this game.

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Sonic Mania – 14%

I was able to add one from this game to my list this week and believe me it’s not from a lack of trying. This game is super hard, it’s always been one of those harder games for me, but that doesn’t mean that I enjoy playing it any less. I’m seriously still loving this game and play for at least half an hour each morning before work. I might have been late to work one day because I lost track of time…

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Angry Birds Trilogy – 42%

I’ve been making a lot of video’s for YouTube and it takes up a lot of my PS4’s time with editing and then transferring them to my flash drive so I turned on my PS3 and played a few games this week. Angry Birds was the only game I was able to get some trophies in so at least it wasn’t a total loss.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – 29%

Wait, how the hell did this get in there? Oh yeah, I played some multiplayer on Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and the trophies went towards this game. Pretty neat how it worked out because without The Lost Legacy I wouldn’t have went back for those survival multiplayer trophies.

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And that was it for the week. A total of 41 trophies, which is a huge step up from the past few weeks when I was barely able to get any trophies. Now for the upcoming week, I’m going to continue to play Uncharted: The Lost Legacy throughout the whole week while playing Sonic Mania, I’ll try not to be late for work again, I’ll also be starting The Last Day of June at the end of the week as well as the first Episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm. I’ll let you know how everything works out next week.

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