Borderlands 2 Reviewed
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Macworld has posted a new review of Aspyr Media's Borderlands 2. The sequel continues the series trademark blending of first person shooter and role playing game elements with action packed gameplay and zany humor. It features all new characters and classes, cross platform online play, a new story, new gun system, new environments, and new enemies.
From the review:
The mix of playable characters in Borderlands 2 is similar to its predecessor. You can choose from a Gunzerker, a tank character who can dual-wield guns; a Siren who can suspend enemies in midair; a commando who can deploy an automated turret to mow down his enemies; and an assassin who has the ability to camouflage himself and make himself invisible. Each character has a skill tree that can be upgraded with new abilities and enhancements as he or she acquires experience. Experience is garnered by completing missions and defeating foes.Check out the rest at the page listed below.
Macworld: Borderlands 2 Review
Along the way, you collect weapons, shields, and upgrades of all varieties and assortments. Like its predecessor, Borderlands 2 offers a staggering number of weapons choices—literally millions, procedurally generated by the computer, with various attributes like rate of fire, reload capacity, damage and more. And practically every seen in the game features lockers, boxes and cabinets filled with loot to plunder.
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