I love a good ARPG (Action Role Playing Game) and Borderlands 2 is starting to look like the perfect game to finally get me away from my current Diablo 3 fixation. I can’t wait to give this game a go, how about you?
To be entirely honest, I don’t want to be writing this review. Specifically, I don’t want to be writing this review because I want to carry on playing Borderlands 2.
I have a dozen unfinished missions, and this amazing gun which I want to try out on every form of native life on the frontier planet Pandora. It causes bullet damage, and sets them on fire, and makes them feel bad about not calling their mother more often.
With the first Borderlands, Gearbox found a genuinely innovative approach – a Diablo-like co-operative treasure hunt, but with the first-person perspective and combat dynamics of an orthodox shooter. Read the Full Review Here