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With its addictive action, frantic first person shooter combat, massive arsenal of weaponry, RPG elements and four-player co-op, Borderlands is the breakthrough experience that challenges all the conventions of modern shooters.

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"Fun combat and a steady flow of rewards make this journey a massively enjoyable one, especially with some fellow mercenaries along for the ride." - Gamepot

"With tons of weapons to find, a great co-op system, fantastic art, and a whole bunch of exploding bodies, Borderlands is worth your money." - Destructoid


Borderlands Game of the Year includes:

  • Borderlands

  • Borderlands: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned

  • Borderlands: Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot

  • Borderlands: The Secret Armory of General Knoxx

  • Borderlands: ClapTrap’s New Robot Revolution

Borderlands

With its addictive action, frantic first person shooter combat, massive arsenal of weaponry, RPG elements and four-player co-op, Borderlands is the breakthrough experience that challenges all the conventions of modern shooters. Borderlands places you in the role of a mercenary on the lawless and desolate planet of Pandora, hell bent on finding a legendary stockpile of powerful alien technology known as "The Vault."

Borderlands: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned

The Jakobs Corporation would like to invite you to experience the splendor of a corporate owned small town known as Jakobs Cove. Any rumors you may have heard about the "undead" walking our streets are completely preposterous and we officially deny them all. If those rumors turn out to be true simply purchase a firearm from the conveniently located Jakobs Brand Vending Machines and aim for the head. Also, would you mind saving our employees? (Non-union only please)

*Borderlands: Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot *

Are you god's gift to gun fights? Think you're the best? Wanna prove it? Then help us celebrate the grand opening of Marcus Bank (a subsidiary of Marcus Corp) by killing hundreds and hundreds of people in Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot, the only competitive arena around where your next of kin can be assured that you're coming back famous... or not at all. (All proceeds are kept by us)

Borderlands: The Secret Armory of General Knoxx

Borderlands goes to ELEVEN! You may have seen some games raise their level cap by 5, or maybe even 10, but with The Crimson Lance Assassination Squads wreaking havoc and Crawmerax the Invincible being all invulnerable and stuff we knew you'd need more than just 10. And that's why Borderlands goes to ELEVEN! The Secret Armory of General Knoxx adds new guns, new Class Mods, new vehicles, new missions, and increases the level cap by ELEVEN. Once you factor in all the new enemy types that need killing you're going to need eleven just to keep up. The Secret Armory of General Knoxx is an add-on pack for Borderlands that raises the level cap to 61, adds new guns, vehicles, Class Mods, shields, enemy types, and missions. In other words...best add-on ever. Of all time. Forever. The End.

Borderlands: ClapTrap’s New Robot Revolution

It all started when the Hyperion Corporation decided it had enough of the greedy, haggling treasure hunters on Pandora. They were always selling, selling, selling and hardly ever buying high-quality, previously-owned munitions. This was acceptable when there was The Vault to hunt for and Eridian Guardians to clear out of the way, but now they were just a drain on the local economy and resources. Hyperion, like most corporations, was neither good nor evil. It was all about profit, and now the most profitable action was to unclog the drain. Of course, Hyperion already had just such a contingency plan already in place.

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Publisher:
2K Games
Developer:
Gearbox Software
Genres:
Adventure, Mac
Source:
2K Games
Released:
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
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  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2500+
  • Memory: 1 Gb
  • Hard Drive: 8 Gb free
  • Video Memory: 256 Mb
  • Video Card: nVidia GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon HD 2800
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
  • DirectX: 9.0c
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
  • DVD Rom Drive
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+
  • Memory: 2 Gb
  • Hard Drive: 8 Gb free
  • Video Memory: 1 Gb
  • Video Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 260 / ATI Radeon HD 4550
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
  • DirectX: 9.0c
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
  • DVD Rom Drive

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100
Great with friends, okay if you play it solo

Borderlands is a great open-world FPS which allows you to customize your character and fighting style with a great variety of upgrades (namely new skills and guns with elemental powers). It plays great and its world is crafted with love. Unfortunately you'll soon realize that the game is very repetitive. If you don't mind playing the same quest over and over, then you are going to enjoy Borderlands even if you play solo. Otherwise, playing with friends is strongly recommended, as it will make the game much faster-paced.

70
Nice Game but Just not Worth it Anymore

This is a really fun game if, and only if, you play it before playing Borderlands 2. When playing this first, everything seems cool and all. But after playing Borderlands 2, you get to notice how clunky some systems were in this first installment because they are vastly improved on the second. This also means that if you were to spend your money in one of the two, you should probably go with the second game, because you'll get an overall better experience. PROS: -Nice graphics -Good amount of loot -Good variety of weapons -4 different classes -4 player coop through steamworks CONS: -Clunky systems (like only being able to sprint forward and not to the sides) -Irrelevant if compared to its sucessor

76
Great game, a bit dated now

The original Borderlands was one of my favourites when it came out, but now with Borderlands 2 and the Pre-Sequel, I'm not sure how much reason there is to play this unless you really want to know the story. The core of the game is solid, though: It's a bit like Diablo if it were a shooter. Weapons have randomly-generated stats and affixes, and loads of different designs. As you level up you'll put points into a skill tree like in many RPGs. Gunplay is a little on the stiff side, but the mountains of loot keep it satisfying and entertaining throughout.

60
Not a bad game, but obsolete

This game was good, but I can't recommend it nowadays. This is not the best review you should check considering I played it in 2015. My first Borderlands was Borderlands 2, and I even played Pre-Sequel before playing the original one. Coming back to the first one was bad, but I expected it. I started playing it with a friend, and he got bored of it after two hours of gameplay. I as about to drop it when I decided to give it a chance and manage to get to the ending even though I wasn't having fun at all. I'm not saying this is a boring game, but after Borderlands 2 and Pre-Sequel this looks more like a concept for something bigger than a game itself. Lots of boring missions, lack of structure and "brown and grey" visuals that makes cell shaded graphics looks bad. Humour is there, but not as good and refined as what you got in Borderlands 2. If you like long silent walks and hours doing nothing try it, if not, move to Borderlands 2.

92
Fully deserving its GOTY award

This game is one not seen very often. In fact, the only ones as great as this one( or even greater) are part of the Borderlands franchise. The fairly funny graphics make the game more enjoyable, but also gives everything a kind of grim side. With the quite open-world environment, it's great for everyone, from those who want to complete the storyline, to those who want to spend days exploring the world, collecting loot, even finding easter eggs. I really enjoyed the game, its combat, and almost everything there was to it, except *maybe* one thing: the zombies. Overall, i recommend it with my heart to everyone and anyone

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