Don’t you think it’s time we had a sit down with videogames and clear the air a little? It’s been a good long while since a a creature of pure unadulterated fun crept through our doors and wasn’t either aimed at children or just plain rubbish. Devoid of greybrown and free from the shackles of petty realism was the delicious child of Gearbox, Borderlands. For all intents and purposes a surprise hit, with the followup hot on its heels, Randy Pitchford’s band of merry men no longer have the element of surprise with Borderlands 2. The result, however, is something bigger, badder and altogether more Borderlands than was ever imaginable.