Clashes in the border lands of Pandora.
Tested version PC, Playstation 3, Xbox 360.
Way back in 1981, the Interceptor film directed by George Miller marked the scene of the movie with the character of Max, starring Mel Gibson, a lone hero who wandered into a post-apocalyptic territory was to procure fuel for his car scarrozzando around the desolate lands and encountering dangerous criminal gangs with modified cars belief, skin full of tattoos and especially the ways and expressions out of your mind. The film was a success despite not taking advantage of low budget and not having received millions in advertising campaigns, as is the case now usual nowadays.
This concept seems to have been taken as a starting point for Borderlands 2, where the protagonists, researchers of precious stones in the distant land of Pandora, they encounter murderers, thieves, outlaws with a strong resemblance to those he met Max Sure there is underlying all the background that started with the first chapter of the franchise. But the major breakthrough, probably, this is the second episode in the approach to history, much richer incredible situations and the gameplay even more fun. In a certain way, we 2K Games and Gearbox have pursued the same attitude, developing more of criticized and loved Borderlands not cram the web spot on a weekly or pyrotechnic demonstrations around the world.
But to learn more about what it offers Borderlands 2, you just have to read our review. 85/100