SFX-360: Borderlands: Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot Review

Leave it to Borderlands to show up fashionably late to the fps party, with its fly down, and still garner the attention of one of the cool kids. 2K Games and Gearbox Software's role playing shooter Borderlands stood out in 2009 with its tight controls, accessible role-playing elements, and unique style and humor, but was noticeably lacking in end-game content and a competitive co-op mode. The first attempt at making amends with fans of the new IP was The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned, Borderlands' inaugural set of downloadable content that played like an abridged director's cut of the original game; nothing new was really added to the mix beyond an extended narrative and zombified re-skinning of existing enemies.

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