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Submitted by jjevangelista 468d ago | opinion piece

Borderlands: Love for Pandora

If the ending had been better, and the writing consistent throughout, Borderlands could have been one of the greatest gems of all time. (Borderlands, Culture, PS3, Retro)

TheMrFraz  +   468d ago
I have few better gaming memories throughout this generation than stuffing hour after hour into my time with Borderlands. Then midterms came up in my first year in college, I couldn't game for a few weeks, and suddenly I had no drive to return. Damn shame, and points well spoken in your piece.

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