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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy - Episode 3: More than a Feeling

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Based on 36 critic reviews
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67

Top Critic Average

37%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 22, 2017
Xbox OneAug 22, 2017
PCAug 22, 2017

Developer: Telltale Games

Genre: Interactive Story

"Everyone wants this power and no one should have it."
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IGN

6.8 / 10.0
T.J. Hafer

While it's the weakest episode so far, More Than A Feeling still has some moments of payoff for leadership successes (and failures) earlier in the series. Integrating Nebula and Mantis into the team more firmly also enhances the dynamic ensemble without making the Milano feel crowded without reason. None of this could salvage the poor pacing, but the combination of new plot revelations, the consistently entertaining characters, and the overall attitude of this series has me looking forward to seeing it out.

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With a focus on the way characters' pasts shape their future, the third episode is the most impactful so far

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Episode 3 of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy series has well-developed relationships and conflict but suffers from similar problems as its predecessors.

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It took a while (and effective months of uncertainty), but Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series finally did it, reaching a point where Telltale's peculiarly successful approach feels justified, while also managing the dual feat of selling me on their distinct, cinema-inspired vision of the titular characters as a genuinely cool alternate take (one I actually prefer to the current comic book originals, at the moment). Now it'll be up to the next two outings to bring it home.

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