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Borderlands 2 features all-new characters; skills; imaginative, diverse new environments with unique missions and enemies; and more exciting and fun weapons, equipment and loot than ever before.

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Eine neue Ära des Schießen und Plünderns beginnt. Spielen Sie als einer von vier neuen Vault-Huntern in einer gewaltigen, neuen Welt voll von Kreaturen, Psychopathen und dem bösen Superhirn, Handsome Jack. Finden Sie neue Freunde, rüsten Sie sich mit einer Bazillion Waffen aus und kämpfen Sie an derer Seite im 4 Spieler-Coop für das unerbittliche Streben nach Rache auf einem unerforschten und unberechenbaren Planeten!

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    Komplett neue Charaktere und komplett neue Klassen: Mit der Sirene, dem Commando, dem Gunzerker und dem Assassinen gibt es 4 brandneue Klassen. Schlüpfen Sie in die Rolle des Gunzerkers, dessen absolut tödliche Fähigkeiten ihm erlauben, zwei beliebige Waffen im Spiel gleichzeitig abzufeuern. Darüber hinaus ist es möglich, die Fähigkeit so auszubauen, dass Sie mehr Dinge mit zwei Waffen machen können, als Sie sich je haben träumen lassen. Zwei Maschinenpistolen? Cool. Zwei Raketenwerfer? Auf jeden Fall! Zwei Scharfschützengewehre? Natürlich, wem es gefällt! Sie möchten andere Stile ausprobieren? Vielleicht etwas taktischer? Es gibt mehrere Klassen, aus denen Sie wählen können!Dynamischer Online- und Lan-Coop: Erleben Sie Ihre Abenteuer mit Freunden, entweder online oder über LAN. Borderlands 2 bietet ein nahtloses System, was es erlaubt, einem Spiel beizutreten oder es zu verlassen, ohne neustarten zu müssen. Obendrein können Sie Ihre Ausrüstung von jedem Spiel in ein beliebiges, anderes mitnehmen.Eine packende Story: Finden Sie sich am Anfang Ihres Strebens nach Rache in der gefrorenen Tundra Pandoras wieder. Enthüllen Sie die üblen Machenschaften der Hyperion Corporation und nehmen Sie es mit dem Drahtzieher einer Planetenweiten Verschwörung auf – dem ruchlosen Hyperion CEO, Handsome Jack. (Oh, außerdem behauptet er, dass er die Vault selbst geöffnet hätte!)87 Bazillion…von allem: Zusätzlich zu dem neuen Waffensystem werden Sie hinter prozedural generierten Schilden, Granaten, Klassen-Modifikationen und vielem, vielem mehr her sein. Und Sie haben gedacht, im ersten Borderlands gab es schon massenweise Beute!Brandneue Umgebungen auf Pandora: Jagen Sie durch die nagelneuen Gebiete Pandoras, die lebendiger sind als je zuvor! Von der arktischen Tundra, über die gefährlichen Grasslands, bis hin zu den Höhlen außerhalb werden Sie von der unvorhersehbaren Welt Pandoras jedes Mal auf’s Neue überrascht!Brandneue Gegner: Eine ganze Menge neuer Gegner warten da draußen darauf, Sie zu töten. Sich aufbäumende, Gorilla-ähnliche Bullymongs, bösartige, räuberische Stalker und die mechanische Hyperion-Armee, geleitet von Handsome Jack, sind nur ein paar der neuen Gegner in Borderlands 2.
Achtung: Die Mac-Version von Borderlands 2 ist nur auf Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Deutsch und Spanisch verfügbar.

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Publisher:
2K Games
Developer:
Gearbox Software
Genres:
Shooter, Mac
Source:
2K Games
Released:
Freitag, 21. September 2012
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Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Format:
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP SP3
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz Dual Core Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB XP, 2 GB Vista
  • Hard Drive: 13 Gb free
  • Video Memory: 256 MB
  • Video Card: nVidia GeForce 8500 / ATI Radeon HD 2600
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP SP3/Vista/Win 7
  • Processor: 2.3 GHz Quad Core Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB
  • Hard Drive: 20 Gb free
  • Video Memory: 512 MB
  • Video Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 560 / ATI Radeon HD 5850
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible

OTHER REQUIREMENTS & SUPPORTS

  • Initial installation requires one-time internet connection for Steam authentication
  • software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, DirectX 9, Microsoft .NET 4 Framework, Visual C++ Redistributable 2005, Visual C++ Redistributable 2008, Visual C++ Redistributable 2010, and AMD CPU Drivers (XP Only/AMD Only)
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100
Borderlands 2

The Borderlands series just keep on getting better and better. I wonder if a new one will be released. Anyways, Borderlands 2 continues with a new tremendous story, with some of the characters of Borderlands 1 still being there. BIG story once again, A LOT of main quests/side quests. It's absolutely what Borderlands needs to have. I completed the whole campaign only as CO OP, and it was absolutely phenomenal. I spent hours and hours exploring places, looting things, killing everyone that came to get me, searching for guns, completing every quest. Playing CO OP is extremely fun as well, don't get it wrong. There are few characters to choose, and each one of them have some special abilities/weapons, and in total, it can work well being a "squad". The graphics feel a bit more... "fresh". Not that they were bad, but it's like the colors, or something like that, that feel... revamped (I mean it in a good way). Shooting mechanics are either improved (opinions vary) or feel the same (I still mean that too in a good way). A lot of challenge is within the game, and of course some of the Steam achievements are nasty. It might push you to the edge to complete them, but as you play and get along with the game, I believe it will be a piece of cake to complete a lot of them. Bosses are not that hard all the time, and sometimes they drop good loot, so, you might wanna not forget checking the loot they give. It still got plenty of humour, as this is a classic now element in the Borderlands games. The Robots are still there, guiding you or giving you quests to complete, in case anyone wondered. Last but not least, Borderlands 2 got some nice DLC's, so, if you find it at a good sale, consider purchasing the GameOfTheYear Edition. I personally prefer Borderlands 1 over Borderlands 2, but it's just a personal preference. Borderlands 2 is not in a any way disappointing or bad. It's very good, and some would say it's "improved in some aspects". Nevertheless, it's getting 5 out of 5 stars from me. Can't wait for a new Borderlands game!

60
fun, but didn't fix problems of the first game and added some

More zany shooting fun, like the original. There are small improvements (winning guns from a slot machine is addictive) but most of the original's flaws are still here - if your friends don't all have similar-level characters then some people will be useless or overpowered (City of Heroes solved that problem a DECADE ago!), only two (of four) players can ride a vehicle (why can't they ride on the side Halo style?), figuring out if a new gun is good is still like reading a spreadsheet (they need to use colored bars to show at a glance how proportionately much better or worse each stat is). And let's talk snipers. I like to play snipers, and Bland 1's sniper character's special ability (setting his pet bird ON FIRE and then sending it to attack an enemy) was mostly useless, but Bland 2's sniper's ability is to create a holographic copy of himself that ACTIVELY IMPEDES YOUR SNIPING by running around in front of you like an idiot. If you want to play a sniper, you should probably make a soldier character so that you can just use his turret to protect you from getting bumrushed while you snipe. I think that the creators secretly hate snipers.

100
My most played game

I finished Borderlands 2 with every character there is and can absolutely recommend it. The early stages are not that interesting third time around, but the game is insanely replayable and just plain fun. I like shooters, but am not a huge fan of them, but the gameplay is so good in this game! Dynamic, tense, challenging, and infinitely rewarding. Borderlands 2 is like a drug - it makes your brain produce so much dopamine and so often! You will be satisfied when you kill a boss, or a large group of enemies. You will be excited when you get a new gun. You will do that again, and again, and again. And you will not get bored, ever. Then you will probably have to join a support group, but hey, it will be worth it.

100
great shooter

One of the best shooter I play in my life, I love his graphics and his humor the truth I spend the one and the two complete I have all the dlc and play with his five characters, I am very fan.

90
HILARIOUS AND COMPELLING

From your dopey robot sidekick to a gun that yells insults at you, I loved just about everything about this game. It's first and foremost a great FPS with excellent mechanics and a clear, easy upgrade path. The visuals are fresh and gorgeous, and it kept me checking out every corner of the various locations. And to add humor to the whole thing was brilliant. Too many games have gone serious or gritty to the point that it's just boring and a grind. This game was a joy to play. And I seriously loved the coop play with friends. It worked flawlessly for us to pop in and out of each other's world and progress the story. It's super cheap right now, and you have nothing to lose. GET THIS GAME!!

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