‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’ Is More Expansion Than Full Game




Borderlands is a franchise built on fan love. The genre-bending shooter/RPG hybrid cemented itself as something special after 2012’s Borderlands 2, with a long stream of additional downloadable content and new characters to satisfy players.

Overall, all that stuff was great, but it was just building upon that game. The biggest problem with Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, out this week, is it feels like a very large expansion for Borderlands 2, instead of a stand-alone game with new ideas.

Honestly, lots of players who just want more Borderlands may be totally thrilled with that whole concept. But if you want to see game studios surprise and delight with new ideas or mechanics, The Pre-Sequel may be lacking Read more…

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