Star power backs Guardians Of The Galaxy sequel

Rodiano Bonacci
Aprile 20, 2017

Probably the biggest dump of treasure we've seen so far has come courtesy of the B-Roll Blooper Footage (it's not amusing, because it's not that kind of blooper), which Marvel have released to build hype further. Some more game-y elements can take you out of the experience a bit, but this is also a compelling introduction to the series that captures the unique charms of the Guardians-plus, there's some kickass music. This is especially true for Nolan North, who defines a new level of smart-ass as good ol' Rocket Raccoon.

"The truth is I ripped open some wounds that had been healing for some time". It's a spot-on replication of Bradley Cooper's endearing and memorable performance from the film.

The big, knock-down, drag-out showdown early in the episode is a major highlight.
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Episode one of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy - entitled Tangled Up In Blue - reunites us with Peter Quill (Star-Lord), Gamora, Rocket, Groot and Drax; already working together (albeit dysfunctionally) as the Guardians of the Galaxy. If you want to know more about Star-Lords supposed father and the new Guardian Mantis, stick with me - I promise I'll make you cooler. The dialogue system's long pauses as you choose lines and the simple character animations keep the banter methodical and restrained instead of fast and punchy. Hit the next button below to begin! From what I can tell, it's a decision that will more greatly affect later episodes than this one. Though players will primarily control Star-Lord, each Guardian will be playable in some fashion, during action scenes and in branching parts of the narrative. You won't find a climactic nail-biting killer ending here.

That's not all, Gunn also hinted that the third movie would take place after Avengers: Infinity War: "Much of what's happened in the MCU for the past ten or so years has been leading, in a big way, to the Avengers' Infinity War". I feel that sequels are meant for that.

That mood is kept light by Guardians' comic relief.

Gunn recently confirmed that he'll be returning to direct the third installment of his wildly popular superhero movie, and thus help shepherd in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Quiet, intimate moments between characters are what Telltale does best, and this episode strikes a good balance between Guardians-style snark and conversations with a little more meaning to them. Particularly, a flashback scene between a young Peter and his mother felt all too real, injecting a grounded, well-executed B-plot about a kid who's still not over losing a parent into the swashbuckling space opera.

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