Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel launches players to Pandora's moon to experience wild, gravity-bending gunfights in zero-atmosphere environments using an array of all-new weaponry. For the very first time, fans play on the other side as four new playable characters: Athena — The Gladiator, Wilhelm — The Enforcer, Nisha — The Lawbringer, and Claptrap — The Fragtrap, contributing to the rise of the Hyperion Corporation. Fighting alongside Handsome Jack, players witness his transformation into the megalomaniacal tyrant that fans loved to hate in Borderlands 2.
It’s refreshing to be playing a game that promises tons of varying loot to actually deliver the loot. That’s right, Borderlands is back with Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel -- a tale that gives us four new Vault Hunters to play as and a new locale as we learn how Handsome Jack went from a hero wannabe to the villain we loved and hated in Borderlands 2. If you’re a fan of the Borderlands franchise, have both games and all of the downloadable content, then this is more of the same. There’s a few new gameplay mechanics in The Pre-Sequel, but this is Borderlands to the core; the execution just doesn’t feel the same. When I played other Borderlands games, I learned to rely on the DLC for good story and just use the main game to experience fun gunplay and get... Read Review