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Borderlands 2 (Xbox 360)
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
Borderlands 2 furthers the distinct blending of First Person Shooter and Role Playing genres to create the true evolution of the Role Playing Shooter. Team up with up to three other players for four-player online goodness or go old-school with two-player split-screen couch sharing mayhem as you spend hours leveling up your character and equipping them with one of the millions of badass weapons. Borderlands 2 features a new visually stunning array of procedurally generated guns, shields, grenades, artifacts, enemies and more. Choose one of the four new character classes to be taken through a carefully crafted and connected story to all new and surprising environments across the living planet of Pandora. Make new friends, arm them to the teeth and fight alongside them on your relentless quest for revenge and redemption.
- Gunzerker Leads a Cast of All-New Characters and All-New Classes: Step into the role of the Gunzerker, whose highly deadly skills allow him to dual-wield any two weapons found in the game. Not only that, you will build on that skill to do more things with two guns than you ever imagined possible. Dual machine guns? Cool. Dual rocket launchers? Of course! Dual Sniper Rifles? Sure, if that’s your thing! Want to try other styles? More tactical perhaps? There are multiple classes to choose from!
- Dynamic Co-op online, split-screen and LAN: Share your adventures with friends both online and via LAN. Borderlands 2 features a seamless system enabling you to drop in and drop out of a campaign without ever having to restart the game. On top of that you can even take your new gear from any game to any other!
- World Connected Story: You will find yourself left for dead in the frozen tundra of Pandora as you begin your quest of revenge and redemption. Expose the evil surrounding the Hyperion Corporation and take on the perpetrator of a universe-wide grand deception -- the nefarious Hyperion CEO, Handsome Jack. (Oh, also: he's stolen credit for the opening of the Vault.)
- New Badass Gun System: An entirely new take on the groundbreaking procedural system means millions upon millions of possible weapons. The variety and style of guns in Borderlands 2 is staggering, and you’ll see tons of new and innovative ways to engage foes on Pandora. Fire, electricity, corrosive acid, and much more will all be at your disposal as you fight your way through the Hyperion Corporation’s forces!
- 87 Bazillion...Everything: In addition to the new gun system, you will lust after procedurally generated shields, grenades, Alien Artifacts, class mods and much, much more. And you thought the original Borderlands had a ton of loot!
- Brand new environments on Pandora: Hunt through entirely brand new areas of Pandora that are more alive than ever! From the arctic tundra, through the dangerous grasslands, past the mysterious corrosive caverns to beyond, you’ll be surprised by the unpredictable world of Pandora at every turn!
- Brand new enemies: A whole slew of new enemies are out there to kill you in Borderlands 2. Hulking, gorilla-like Bullymongs, vicious predatory Stalkers and the Hyperion mechanical army, run by Handsome Jack, are just some of the new enemies you will be facing off against on Pandora. New strategies will need to be created for every fight, as enemies now interact and aid each other to ensure you don’t get far in the world of Pandora.
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It is the fun element to the game which makes it so good. The other aspects of the shooter games are all there - the skill, the gameplay, but it is the imagination which sets this one apart. The sheer anarchy of the game, the great end of task bosses - in many ways it has the feel of the old pre xbox/playstation games with big end of level bosses(showing my age here but I am thinking back to the old Nintendo classics of another era) But this is all done around a good story and great graphics.
It is the most playable and fun game I have played in ages - yet its also difficult enough to take some time. Personally I found Halo 4 to be too quick an experience. With Borderlands, being thrown back to a regeneration point each time you die means replaying sections of the game over and over as you refine you skills.
Excellent. Great fun. A very unique game.
UPDATED - 2 weeks into the game and its addictive. As you advance through, enough changes in the game environment (new adversaries, new weapons, new scenery) that it keeps your interest. Much as I love the Halo series, the game set up becomes repetitive after a while. Borderlands 2 remains fresh. My praise for this game is enough for me to even say that its possibly my favourite game. Ever. But be warned, the tasks will end up consuming many hours of your life!
Anyway I heard about through a online game review video on youtube and I was very curious about Borderlands 2 after that having beaten the game on my Xbox 360 a few months ago and the gameplay is very fluid and you'll pick it up quickly if you've played BioShock: Infinite then you'll be accustomed to them.
Now the second Borderlands game follows on a few years after the first game as Handsome Jack and his company Hyperian are the main focus of the game as he wants the former Vault Hunters & Bandits dead and it's up to you to take him down and with the help of Angel the AI who helped the previous Vault Hunters in the last game you'll be familiar with her.
About the DLC I found it easier to get via Steam for my PC and it was fairly cheap and so far it's been fun to complete a majority of it as I've only just started to play the more recent DLC and also you get two new playable Vault Hunter who are Gaige & Krieg like Axton, Maya, Salvador & Zero they have their own classes and special action skills and they're worth checking out if you want some more variety.
One thing that I still enjoy in the game is the humor as it keeps you wanting to do side missions for the other NPCs in the game and I have to admit there are numerous side missions I keep going back to due to that plus you can have hours of chaotic fun even if you play solo or in co-op and I'd recommend this game to anyone who enjoys character building and finding awesome guns.
The plot is really good, the game is really funny but will also give you dem feels too, bro. The antagonist, Handsome Jack, definitely deserves the awards he received for Best Villain, he's funny and sinister and messed up and you really love to hate him.
There are tons of side missions to complete, and, as promised in the ads, there are guns guns guns galore. I'm a fan of the elemental SMGs and there are soooo many to choose from!!
The DLC is also really good, in particular I recommend Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, its like Borderlands meets Skyrim! So definitely put your hand in your pocket for that!
I don't want to spoil the story, so I'll explain it as much as I can without spoiling it.
You play as a 'Vault Hunter' - someone crazy enough to seek the mythical vault.
A man named 'Handsome Jack' puts a very large bounty on your head; as such very nearly everyone starts trying to kill you.
Handsome Jack is also trying to awaken an entity known as 'The Warrior' which is inside the vault- see the problem?
I'm not going to spoil the ending.
There are 4 classes: Soldier, Gunzerker, Assassin and Siren.
The soldier, Axton, can summon a turret which will kill enemies in front of it and can be upgraded as you go through the game.
The assassin, Zer0 (A.K.A number) gets 'Decepti0n' which summons a hologram and makes your character invisible. Melee damage is also boosted during this period.
The siren, Maya, has 'Phaselock' which traps an enemy in a bubble of energy. It can be upgraded to do damage whilst they are frozen in the bubble.
The gunzerker, Salvador, can dual-wield either the 1st and 2nd guns that are equipped or the weapons in the 3rd and 4th slots.
Speaking of guns, the weapons have almost too much variety. You're almost guaranteed to never get the same weapon twice, as every weapon (as well as grenade mods, class mods and artifacts) are all randomly generated. However, you will need to be constantly getting new weapons as the level scaling isn't very fair- I had a weapon that did 43 damage + very strong fire damage whilst I was at level 15 and by level 17 it was obsolete and I was using a weapon that does 86 damage + fire damage. Constantly selling weapons to make space for better weapons because they're obsolete a few hours after getting them can be very frustrating, especially when you only realise after you've started a mission.
As such, I rate this game 4 stars.
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