Geek: Borderlands Review

Given all the coverage over the last few months, it's been hard not to get excited about Borderlands. Before its release the game was known mostly for two points its beautiful cell-shaded art style and its limitless number of weapons both of which had no problems winning over gamers interest, even during the busy ramp up to the holidays. And then came the comparisons to Diablo, something that certainly can't hurt, despite Borderlands being a first-person shooter.

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