Ken McKown writes: It’s no secret that Gearbox struck gold with the original Borderlands game. Combining their solid shooting mechanics with a loot-based RPG system was pure genius at work. The “one more quest” mentality is what drove players to sink countless hours collecting the enormous number of guns, shields and mods. Of course, four-player co-op didn’t hurt matters. With the sequel, Gearbox definitely plays it safe by keeping things familiar. This is the definition of ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’, but that doesn’t stop it from being yet another solid title.