The staff of Horrible Night talks through Borderlands fatigue from the DLC, announced games, and the potential future of the series.
Yeah, I had enough after the first one and all the DLC, which was almost another complete game in itself.
It's funny because I thought BL2 was better in most ways but I had no urge to buy the DLC, while I bought all the first game's DLC. It's funny, I tell ya.
Yeah I loved the first game it was groundbreaking at the time and I must have played through it half a dozen times but the second didn't grab me at all, the loot system just seems broken to me compared to the first. Plus the first game was a far more screwball type of story and you were mainly fighting outlandish monsters and insane bandits not boring robots.
I had the first and second one and none of the DLC. I would probably buy this new moon one if it was on ps4. I sold my ps3 and 360 and am getting a ps4 soon. DOnt feel like paying 60 for a last gen version when there should be, probably will be, a ps4/one version. Id get it on PC but my laptop only runs diablo 3 ok.
Then don't buy it. At least it's not an annual CoD or the like.
Is this article seriously complaining about the immense content support given to us by Gearbox? Really?
I retired Borderlands 2 after the amazing Tina DLC and reaching lvl 61 with 3 classes. Now with the Pre-Sequel announcement my urge to play the series has been renewed! The new classes, cryo element, lazers, and zero-g environment will definitely add a different experience to a long time Borderlands player such as myself. I'm excited.
I have a feeling Pre-Sequel is the appetiser for Borderlands 3
Yep. A filler game like Arkham Origins, which i enjoyed very much.
I love Arkham Origins. I'll probably enjoy BL 1.5 too. But yes, these games are series fillers. It's cheaper for a developer to put out games like these, and it appeases fans who are dying to see another game. However, to most, this looks like a cheap way of saying "hey Borderlands 3 isn't ready yet, so here is this game we've been secretly working on instead!"
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