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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). Windows Imaging Component (Windows XP 64-Bit only) Internet connection and acceptance of Steam™ Subscriber Agreement required for activation. See www.steampowered.com/agreement for details.
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Played Borderlands 2 and discovered one of the best villains there is in a video-game? Want to find out what turned him in what he is today? Well now you can find out! For the very low low price of [insert current price here] you can follow Handsome Jack on his adventures on a moon! Jump around and gasp for air while you uncover a vast new moon, full of native species, that will most likely try to kill you. Certainly worth buying during a sale!
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is the third installment in the series and after such a masterpiece that Borderlands 2 was it was either hit or miss when it comes to this game. While everyone was expecting The Pre-Sequel to be as good but sadly it turned to be a solid but not a brilliant game. It's still Borderlands, diablo and first person perspective mix, this time in space but really, don't expect the quality level of B2!
In itself, this "Pre-Sequel" is merely okay. But it's still worth it to get this title. If anything, it's worth it to complete your library of Borderlands games.
Just like the games before it, you take control of one of four Vault Hunters, and you shoot your way through waves of bandits and psychos. However, this game does have many different features to it that make it unique like: -Lazer weapons. A very welcome tool for your arsenal. -Cryo weapons. They slow enemies and makes them vulnerable to melee attacks. -Low gravity. Now you can ground pound! -Grinder. You can now grind lower rarety weapons into better weapons of a higher rarety. Another noticeable change is the vending machines, which now allow you to buy purple and orange rarety weapons. The gameplay is identical to the last game. The only new thing is the new Oxygen system. You have a bar which starts to drain when you are outside the oxygen field for too long. Then you start to suffocate. The story itself is a little shorter than BL2's but I have really enjoyed my experience so far. It kinda feels like a huge DLC (for Borderlands 2) and you should definitely buy it!
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel sheds some backstory on Handsome Jack and how he went from being the good guy to becoming a psychopath like in Borderlands 2. Most of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel takes place on Pandora's Moon and occasionally, on Helios the space station. The art style in Borderlands: The Pre Sequel is almost the same as Borderlands 2. The game still has the cheesy Borderlands humor which, honestly, makes me happy that they kept that. Like Borderlands 2, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a shoot 'em up, shoot first ask questions later kind of game. The base game is as good as Borderlands 2's base game. Unfortunately, the DLC of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is absolute trash. Note, the numerous amount of DLC for Borderlands 2 was the reason people kept playing the game. If the 5 DLCs (ONLY 5 DLC) of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel consist of 2 new character DLCs, 2 new arena DLCs, and 1 new adventure DLC, (this is the DLC that brought people back over and over to play Borderlands 2) there is almost no fun coming back to Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel to play it again either on different difficulty modes or the same difficulty mode depending on if you bought the adventure DLC and one of the arena DLCs to unlock the different difficulty modes. TL;DR: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is good to play once or two times. It is not as fun as Borderlands 2 due to the lack of new adventure DLCs.
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