Tales from the Borderlands [game]

I HAVE SUCH MIXED FEELINGS ABOUT TELL TALE GAMES. LIKE ON ONE HAND A ROBOT SITS IN A FACTORY AND POOPS OUT 8 OF THESE A DAY AND THEY ARE ALL EXACTLY THE SAME. BUT ON THE OTHER HAND EACH ONE HAS A HIGHER BUDGET THAN EVERY OTHER ADVENTURE GAME COMBINED SO LIKE THEY ARE BOTH REPETITIVE GARBAGE BUT ALSO LIKE ACTUALLY SUPER GOOD? LIKE AT THIS POINT THEY FEEL LIKE THEY HAVE SO LITTLE INTERACTIVITY THEY AREN'T EVEN HITTING THE POINT OF BEING INTERACTIVE MOVIES AND ARE JUST REGULAR OLD MOVIES BUT LIKE, IT'S AN OKAY MOVIE? SORT OF? THEY TOLD A COMPELLING STORY IN THE VERY STUPID BORDERLANDS UNIVERSE?
 
PS. WHY DID THIS GAME FEEL LIKE IT NEEDED TO CONSTANTLY HAVE LIKE 400 PEOPLE WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES? I FEEL LIKE THAT IS ANOTHER TELLTALE GAME THING. IT CAN'T JUST HAVE NORMAL PARTY SIZES FOR A VIDEOGAME, IT ALWAYS HAS TO BE LIKE YOU AND 14 OTHER PEOPLE AND THEY ALL HAVE TO FAKE DIE LIKE 10 TIMES EACH AND IT'S WEIRD BECAUSE IT'S MOSTLY NOT EVEN CAMEOS OF BORDERLANDS FAN FAVORITES. LIKE IT HAD SOME OF THOSE BUT ALSO EVERY INTERACTION WITH ANYTHING HAD TO INTRODUCE LIKE 5 NEW PEOPLE AND THAT IS KINDA COOL BUT ALSO KINDA EXHAUSTING. THE GUARD AT THE DEATH RACE THAT WAS SUPER CASUAL AND ANNOYED WAS THE BEST CHARACTER. ALSO A LOT OF EYE TRAUMA.

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