Borderlands 2 Review | D+PAD Magazine

D+PAD Writes:

A key focus of the marketing for Borderlands 2 was on how it was intended to exceed its predecessor in scope and polish, taking what was ultimately an amusing but empty-feeling game and refining it into something more universally appealing and complete as a product without compromising what made the original unique. It lives up to this claim in all respects, adding more weapon types, an entirely new roster of characters with greater options for customisation, much-requested visual customisation of characters, more variety of levels and enemies and ultimately a better sense of progression rather than a series of empty-feeling hub worlds which each were connected to a few areas.

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