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Submitted by beastlyD 675d ago | review

Borderlands 2 Game Of The Year Edition Review | High Score Reviews

Gearbox’s support of Borderlands 2 since its launch has been nothing short of excellent in both the consistency of its quality and the consistency of its release. With four beefy expansions, alongside two new character classes, new weapons, an extended level cap and plenty of other goodies, it’s one of the few occasions whereby setting down the cash for a season pass represents practically no gamble whatsoever. Of course, with so much downloadable content added to what was already a significant main game, it seemed inevitable by the time the second and third pieces were released that a collated package would soon become available, and Gearbox have obliged with the release of the Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition. (Borderlands 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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