Affectionately called a hero-shooter by the dev team, Battleborn combines frenetic first-person shooting with co-operative combat, and an expansive collection of diverse heroes to create an experience unlike anything you’ve played before.
Man oh man, was I not initially excited about Battleborn. From the very first unveiling, I got immense MOBA vibes, whether it was its 25 character roster of playable characters, or the fact that each time you played a mission, you'd start back at level 1. I have no love for MOBAs, in fact I avoid them like the plague. It's not necessarily the genre, but rather its toxic audience. However, booting up Battleborn's single player campaign which boasts 8 story missions, that are actually missions, and not just the multiplayer arenas repurposed with bots, my fears were quelled, at least initially. The problem though is, the folks at Gearbox never really did a great job conveying this message. Not to mention, the constant comparisons the game gets with Overwatch is... Read Review