Borderlands (2009)

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Four courageous adventurers land on the planet of Pandora, a barren wasteland filled with dangerous creatures, in search of The Vault, a mysterious relic that contains untold technology, and only opens every 200 years.


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Four courageous adventurers land on the planet of Pandora, a barren wasteland filled with dangerous creatures, in search of The Vault, a mysterious relic that contains untold technology, and only opens every 200 years.

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Pretty cool.
7 November 2012 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

I just wanted to have a peak into this game, being a FPS fan, and... I decided to stick around. The game is utterly fun. It really is, but on some occasions it gets tiresome, just like most of RPF/FPS games, well if you're playing for pretty damn long time. It grabbed my attention maybe because it reminds me on S.T.A.L.K.E.R., Fallout 3... and maybe little bit on Hellgate London. You know, it has a lot RPG elements... you play with the character that you choose at the start, you can't make your own character, you can just... change their clothes color. But, all those thing are justified in high-voltage, twisted and tense gameplay, really the game action is pretty cool. The more you're growing with levels... the stronger you get. Your opponents are pretty hard, they are specific, which is good point in the game, the AI is also pretty good. The music score sounds pretty swell and ominous on some occasions. The graphics are cool, like being in a comic book. The same graphics were used in new AVP (2010) I guess. You are a mercenary who fights his way to the legendary vault, full of treasure, being attacked by desert nomads, killers, psychos, spider-ants, flying Rakk things... mutants... There's also a lot of references to Mad Max for example, which I like very much. Another reason, perhaps for some people to play this game. I gladly recommend this game to those who likes post-apocalyptic games (well, it just looks visually post-apocalyptic, actually it's an another planet), you'll enjoy it.

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