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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Mordecai (voice)
Colleen Clinkenbeard ...
Rene Coronado ...
Bandit Driver (voice)
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T.K. Baha / Claptrap (voice)
Trey B. Davenport ...
Bandit Driver Boss (voice)
Bruce DuBose ...
Marcus (voice)
Evan Eubanks ...
Elite Bandit (voice)
Don Eubanks ...
Mutant Bandit (voice)
Mark Forsyth ...
Grunt Bandit (voice)
Jennifer Green ...
Guardian Angel (voice)
Simon Hurley ...
Crimson Lance / New Haven Settler (voice)
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Brick (voice)
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Steele (voice)
Mike Neumann ...
Scooter / Midget Bandit (voice)
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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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The game originally had a darker, more serious tone, akin to "Road Warrior meets Firefly." After the art style was changed to its final cel-shaded "rockabilly" look, the game story was changed and the dialog re-recorded to better fit it. This also freed the design team to create more zany characters, maps and missions that fit with the new style. These changes all were made during the last 10 months of development. See more »

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Scooter: That Catch-A-Ride station is more busted that my momma's girly parts. I'd appreciate you taking a poke at that.
Scooter: [brief pause] Uh, I mean the Catch-A-Ride, not my mom.
Scooter: [chuckles] Hot dog down a skag den, you know what I mean?
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No Heaven
Performed by Maxime Morin (as Champion)
Written by Maxime Morin
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Just plain FUN
8 October 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This game is so much fun. To me it combined the FPS shooter of say Halo with the character leveling and weapon variety of Diablo. Don't get me wrong, it is neither of those games but thats the best way I could describe it to friends that since have played the game and love it as well. The game itself has a simple story, nothing overly fancy going on here. There are main missions and side missions that you do not have to complete. The enemies come back after leaving a level, including bosses. Which, at first are hard to defeat but upon leveling up you can always go back and destroy them for the hell of it. The weapons are fun and so are the character classes you can choose. Now if you are looking for weapons like in say Call of Duty, this is not for you. This game is not meant to be an epic FPS, it is more meant to be fun and a good way to kill some time. Online content I am not sure of, I have only ever played co-op campaign online and it was enjoyable, anything else online I'm not sure. But this game, if you like leveling up, building your character the way you want, using cool random guns, and just blasting random mutants, then don't even think about it, go get this game.


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