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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 994d ago | review

TouchGen: Borderlands Legends Review

TouchGen: I never played the original Borderlands, and I’m not sure why. Whatever the reason was, I jumped on the Borderlands 2 bandwagon when I received a free copy with my Nvidia video card, and I’m glad I did. I’ve heard that Borderlands 2 is a vast improvement over the original, but I can’t really speak to that. All I know is that I’m having an absolute blast shooting and slagging my way through the beautiful cel-shaded world that is Pandora. Hilarious characters, beautiful scenery, awesome enemies, and extremely satisfying weapon design (not to mention the insane variety) are just a few of the high points of the latest game from Gearbox Studios. Borderlands Legends doesn’t have any of these high points. (Borderlands Legends, iPhone) 2.5/5

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