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If Borderlands already didn’t have enough missions are land to cover there’s The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned to keep gamers busy on a side story that is an interesting change of pace in a game that is already filled with offbeat characters and situations that add up to a really good time. With a price tag of $10 on the Xbox Live Marketplace, this download offers more than... Read Review

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