‘Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series — Episode 2: Under Pressure’ (PS4) review: The voice of violent reason

Second episode in Telltale’s ‘GotG’ packs quite the emotional punch

OK, everyone can relax: It seems Telltale is finding its stride once again.

With the release of “Under Pressure,” the second episode of its five-part “Guardians of the Galaxy” series, the studio reminds us that sometimes all you need is one really good emotional hook.

That hook, it turns out, is Rocket, the foul-mouthed, gun-toting, genetically modified raccoon who can speak and fix spaceships in equal skill. The opening title cards for each episode show a particular “Guardians of the Galaxy” characters (if you haven’t played a Telltale game before, you can see descriptions for every episode in the selection screen from the get-go), so it wasn’t a surprise that Raccoon would have an outsize role this time around.

Click here to read the full review at The Register-Guard’s website.

Three “I still don’t have enough weapons” stars out of five.

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