Control Command Escape Reviews Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 7 comments
Control Command Escape has posted a new review of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel from Gearbox Software and Aspyr Media. The prequel to the popular story based shooter gives players the chance to discover the story behind the villainous Handsome Jack in an adventure on the moon.
To this day, Borderlands 2 is the game in my Steam library that I've put the most hours into (there are actually other games that I've probably invested more time into overall, but they're on console, or at least, not on Steam). Most of that is due to the vast amount of DLC that got put out in the intervening years since its release, but there's no denying I find the game fascinating, despite its somewhat shallow nature (and the same can be of course said for my other staple gaming foodstuff, Diablo 3).Read the full article at the page below.
CCE: Borderlands The Pre-Sequel Review
With that in mind, this is probably the easiest review I'll ever have to write: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is more of the same. It's a big old standalone expansion pack, an XXL DLC, Borderlands 2.5. The most note-worthy thing about it is the abundance of Aussie accents. If you liked Borderlands 2, you'll certainly have fun with this. If there was anything major that annoyed you about the previous (should that be later?) game, well, the Pre-Sequel won't win you over. If you have no opinion of Borderlands 2 at all, go get the game of the year edition or whatever, because this is probably not a good jumping-in point to the series.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
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