Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel review | Thunderbolt

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is not the game for someone expecting the next evolution of the franchise. As a last-gen hurrah, it’ll give Borderlands fans what they want: more guns and vault hunters to play with in a somewhat novel setting, but it doesn’t go beyond being ‘Borderlands, but on the moon.’ 2K Australia have proven at least they can be trusted with the franchise, and it’ll be fun to see what kind of DLC they can cook up down the pike. If you’re not on board with the series’ mashing of shooting and RPG elements, there’s nothing here that’s going to dissuade, and even casual fans might not feel the need to pick up this interquel after they’re still stuffed from Borderlands 2, but for the hardcore fan it’s hard to deny the formula is still plenty of fun and taking things to the moon provides enough of a difference in the mechanics to justify a play-through.

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