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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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"The one thing worth pointing out between the various platforms is how cool Borderlands 2 can look if you have an awesome PC. The PC version allows plenty of tweaks to draw distance, frame rate and more." - IGN.com

"Borderlands 2 doesn't reach far beyond its predecessor's scope, but it does do almost everything better. Additions, refinements, and fixes all combine to create an appreciably improved experience, one that fully delivers on the promise of the first game." - Gamespot.com


Overview

A new era of shoot and loot is about to begin. Play as one of four new vault hunters facing off against a massive new world of creatures, psychos and the evil mastermind, Handsome Jack. Make new friends, arm them with a bazillion weapons and fight alongside them in 4 player co-op on a relentless quest for revenge and redemption across the undiscovered and unpredictable living planet.

Story

Borderlands 2 follows the story of four new Vault Hunters as they fight to free Pandora from the clutches of Handsome Jack, the brilliant, charismatic, and utterly despicable CEO of the Hyperion Corporation. Players will fight across the whole of Pandora to stop Jack from awakening an ancient alien evil known only as "the Warrior." Their quest will bring them into contact with some familiar faces from the old game – most notably, the original four Vault Hunters: Roland, Lilith, Brick and Mordecai. They, along with some brand new characters, will help players defeat Jack, destroy the Warrior, and save Pandora.


Key Features

  • All-New Characters and Classes:

    Four all new playable classes including the Siren, the Commando, the Gunzerker and the Assassin. Step into the role of the Gunzerker, whose highly deadly skills allow him to dual-wield any two weapons found in the game. Not only that, you will build on that skill to do more things with two guns than you ever imagined possible. Dual machine guns? Cool. Dual rocket launchers? Of course! Dual Sniper Rifles? Sure, if that’s your thing! Want to try other styles? More tactical perhaps? There are multiple classes to choose from!

  • Play Online with Friends:

    Share your adventures with friends both online and via LAN through a seamless system enabling you to drop in and drop out of a campaign without ever having to restart the game.

  • World Connected Story:

    Left for dead in the frozen tundra of Pandora, begin your quest of revenge and redemption as the story drives you closer to the Hyperion Corporation and its evil founder, Handsome Jack.

  • New Badass Gun System:

    Millions upon millions of possible weapons means tons of new and innovative ways to engage foes on Pandora. Fire, electricity, corrosive acid, and more will all be at your disposal.

  • 87 Bazillion...Everything:

    In addition to the new gun system, you will lust after procedurally generated shields, grenades, Relics, class mods and much, much more. And you thought the original Borderlands had a ton of loot!

  • Brand new environments:

    From the arctic tundra, through the dangerous grasslands, past the mysterious corrosive caverns to beyond, discover more of the unpredictable world of Pandora at every turn!

  • Brand new enemies:

    Hulking, gorilla-like Bullymongs, vicious predatory Stalkers and the Hyperion mechanical army, run by Handsome Jack, are just some of the new enemies you will face.

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Publisher:
2K Games
Developer:
Gearbox Software
Genres:
Shooter, Mac
Source:
2K Games
Released:
Friday, September 21, 2012
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Customer notes
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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Reviews for Borderlands 2

85
BL2 is a finely crafted shoot 'n' loot game

I can't think of a game in recent memory that created as many memorable gaming moments with friends as Borderlands 2 did when I played it with 2 of my friends. Even playing it alone would be a blast, if a tad lonely. Truly this game hits it's highs when you have some fellow vault hunters to traverse it with, but it's inherent characters, story, and quests will have you glued to your keyboard too.

99
I LOVE THIS GAME!!!

The Borderlands series in general have made a huge impact in my gaming life and Borderlands 2 in no exception. I have put many hours into all three Borderlands games (but not on PC) and Borderlands 2 is by far the best one in my opinion. It has a healthy mix serious and comedic moments to always keep you engaged in the main story and its tons of side quests. Pros: >Tons of replay value especially if you aim to get all of the legendary and pearlescent gear. >If your the type of person that likes to sit back, relax, and and do some farming to get awesome and rare gear then this game is for you, but please dont think that farming is the only thing about this game. >DLC for this game is nothing short of amazing. They add countless more hours of gameplay and are worth every penny. >Charecters are made well so there will always be a character that will fit your play style. >Still has a living online community. Cons: >The game is a bit repetitive in the fact that each playthrough is exactly the same, so if you want get your character to max level in an efficient manner then you will have to playthrough the game about two or three times, but its not so bad. >Although the online community still exists, be aware that some players have a cheat menu that can ruin your game experince. >If you never played the fist Borderlands then you cant appreciant some of the in-game characters, but is not crucial to understanding the main story. >Graphics are a bit like.....Borderlands graphics. Overall I highly recommend this game, there is very little in this game that can dissapoint.

100
LOVE IT

Borderlands 2 is a game for those that enjoy the feeling of finding awesome equipment hidden in a massive pile of other stuff. Sure, you don't NEED to go in-depth with this game. On the first playthrough you can get by with just picking up gear as you travel along, choosing stuff that looks better than your current gear, and maybe occasionally buying something in the vendor that looks handy. The deeper you go down the rabbit hole however, the more there is to discover. The story is decent for a First Person Shooter (albeit one with RPG elements), and dialogue is often amusing to a degree. Handsome Jack, the main antagonist is a cartoon villain with M rated attitudes. He believes, or at least pretends to believe that he is the good guy, and you are just a "Filthy Bandit.". Graphically, the game has a lot more variations in design and color scheme than it's predecessor (which was brown, brown, and a bit of color here and there). Cell shaded graphics with thick, graphic novel like outlines is the style of the game, and does a good job of separating it from the average FPS. Now, on to the gameplay itself!: Action is often fast paced and exciting. So long as you don't allow yourself to get too far ahead of the enemy levels, you'll find battles where you have to fight hard to win. The game does a decent job of easing you into the various elements, such as different gun types (Pistol, SMG, Assault/Combat Rifle, Shotgun, Revolver, Rocket Launcher, and Sniper Rifle), the importance of a good shield, grenade mods (alter the way your grenade behaves, including damage bonuses and special effects), Class Mods (Class-specific devices which can boost skills, and have other effects like increasing fire rate with specific weapon types), and lastly Relics (Device which generally boost damage or defence in some way). Equipment rarity is also made fairly clear. It goes White, Green, Blue, Purple, Magenta, Orange, Seraph, and Pearlescent. The final two rarities (Pearlescent and Seraph) are special. Seraphs require you to have at least one of the season pass DLC to obtain (and you need all 4 of the Season Pass DLC to obtain all the Seraph rarity items), and as to Pearlescent rarity weapons, you need to be in Ultimate Vault Hunter Mode (Playthrough 3) for them to have a chance of being spawned. Don't assume that a blue is automatically better than a green rarity item, even at the same level. Experiment! Playable Characters and Skills: There are 4 included playable characters, and two DLC characters. Each class has it's ups and downs, and a special game changing skill unique to them. For example, Salvador (Gunzerker) will dual-wield guns when his action skill is active, meaning TWICE THE FIREPOWER. Axton (Commando) drops a turret, which damages enemies and draws aggression away from you. Maya (Siren) locks an enemy's movements for a short time, allowing you to get in free hits. Zer0 turns invisible for a few seconds and launches a decoy, and his first attack made whilst in this mode does increased damage. The DLC characters are Gaige (Mechromancer) who launches a flying robot that attacks nearby enemies, and Kreig (Psycho); a schizophrenic musclebound maniac that will whale on everything within reach with increased offensive and defensive capabilities and can even throw his axe at more distant targets. Aside from the action skills unique to the character, there are various other skills that you can put points into, and have an effect on gameplay in some way. For example, increasing fire rate or damage for a few seconds after a kill is made. Each character has 3 skill trees, each ending with a final gamechanging skill modifier. For example, Zer0's Bloodlust (Melee) tree ends with the Many Must Fall perk, which will instantly re-deploy the hologram if he kills the enemy with one melee strike. As mentioned before, Class Mods unique to a character class will boost certain skills. It's possible for them to go as high as +6, meaning some skills can be boosted to 11, as the normal limit on points you can put into most skills is 5, though some skills are only 1 (those usually affect the way you play). Plus, there is a gun that shoots swords....EXPLODING swords...In DLC4 (Tiny Tina's Assault on the Dragon Keep). So yeah, there is that too.

90
Awesome COOP game

Bored of questing by yourself? This game brings together families. One of the best coop games i've every played. Spent many hours questing, exploring and looting. has a great replay-ability with harder modes. At the beginning, graphic style took a short while to get used to but now love it! Good story line, and lots of funny moments. I highly recommend it!

89
How to make a sequel

One of my favourite co-op games ever. Borderlands was ok, but this one is bigger, crazier and better. Prepare to meet one of the best antagonist of all time, Handsome Jack, and some of his charismatic minions through lots of open world made levels. Say goodbye to those long boring walks and repetitive missions from Borderlands 1 since this game takes care of all the flaws the first one had. Four different main characters plus some others if you buy some DLCs, millions of weapons and equipment thanks to its randomized weapon creation system and big bosses leaving behind irresistible loot. This is just the game that made Borderlands 1 look like a bad soulless game.

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