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Submitted by kragg 924d ago | review

Borderlands Legends Review | Splitkick.com

Splitkick: The proposition of having Borderlands on the iPhone or iPad is tantalizing. With such a rich pool of material to draw from, the elements to craft a complementary experience based on the franchise are present. Borderlands Legends attempts to transform the first-person shooter into a top-down action strategy title. At first glance, it even looks like you’re watching the real deal from a different perspective. However, its glaring deficiencies quickly override any goodwill you may have from the franchise’s previous installments. (Borderlands Legends, iPad) 5/10

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