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Submitted by ko-zee-ii 1057d ago | preview

rawDLC: Borderlands 2 preview

Man oh man do the lads at rawDLC love themselves some Borderlands 2, and why wouldn’t they? It’s got sexy cel-shaded graphics, insane four-player co-op, a crazy cast of characters and 87 bazillion randomly generated guns to work your way through.

With the launch date mere weeks away the guys had a hands on opportunity and got up close and personal with ZerO and Axton and took each character out for a spin. Getting balls deep into their skill trees, the dynamic duo found the array of options impressive as they tackled a selection of missions for a pint sized little psychopath named Tiny Tina.

To get the full skinny click on the embedded video below. (Borderlands 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Zancruz  +   1056d ago
It feels like I'm never gonna get this game..... :(
ko-zee-ii  +   1056d ago
Only a week to go mate...

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