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Using golden keys makes the game to easy... makes me feel like it is cheating in a way...
When I first got the game I looked up a bunch of shift codes so I could have alot of golden keys to get good items but after playing for awhile doing this means there is no reason to search for loot. I almost fell like I have been cheating this whole time...
NOTE: All of my reviews are laid out in a particular format that fits the game.
Borderlands 2 was quite an experience. It has everything. Guns, enemies, story, badassness, psychos, annoying robots. Borderlands is one of those games that you don't play for just a couple of hours. If you have friends you can play this game with, the game has become twice as more fun. With beautiful locations, an amazing story and hilarious characters this is an absolute must recommend! Buy it already!
Borderlands 2 is a first-person shooter RPG where you choose one of four characters, (six if you have the dlcs) and start through an epic journey. The game is set on a planet called Pandora, which is inhabited by bandits. You may notice in the trailer, there are a lot of guns. All unique in their own way. You can have a gun that shoots fire, you can have a gun that electrifies people e.t.c. Borderlands 2 is one of those story rich games that is even better with other people. A successor to the original, with added detail, more characters, and whole new locations ranging from freezing ice plains, to deserts, and even to countrysides, Borderlands, even with death everywhere, has a beauty to it.
It's a first-person shooter, gameplay is going to be the main part in it. This game is filled with action almost all the time. There are dozens of types of enemies which can harm you in different ways. The game may make you rely on different types of weapons. For example, an armoured enemy will take more damage from a corrosive weapon, an enemy with a shield will take more damage from an electric weapon, or an enemy with no defense would take even more damage from an incendiary weapon. This can be awkward if you don't have those weapons. As I mentioned before, this game is amazing if you have friends playing it with you. The more people in a game with you, the harder the enemies, but also the better the loot. Go through an epic journey exploring the wilds, completing side quests and complain about who gets what weapon. Then there's the dlcs....
Note that I'm not going to spoil the story at all in this. Only the basis of it. One of the best stories I've ever seen in a video game. It has exciting, dramatic parts, to emotional and sad parts. Borderlands 2 always keeps you on your toes. The story is set on a planet called Pandora, which has an uninvited guest, a company called Hyperion. The leader, Handsome Jack, wants to mine a mysterious alien element called eridium, to open a ruin on Pandora called, The Vault. You, and/or your friends are tasked with saving the planet, and defeating Handsome Jack. As well as a main story, there are also side quests, which contain their own stories within them. There are hundreds of side quests in the game for you to explore, and if need be, build XP on to level up.
Design & Graphics
Borderlands 2, as you can see by the screenshots, is a very cartoonish game, but not in the way you might imagine it. Although cartoonish, It's actually beautiful. Some environments leave you stunned. Graphics can be adjusted in the settings to make the game look even more pretty. If you don't have a perfect PC, this game can lag quite a lot, and the FPS can go down really low. Again, for the design, It's sublime. Almost everything is detailed. Open wildernesses are detailed quite well. The only negative thing I'll mention is mushy backdrops in some places.
UI [User Interface]
The Ui is rather basic to be quite honest. You have a basic hud in-game which shows your health, your shield, your ammo, your ability and a minimap. When you press the tab button, you open up a new menu which manages your inventory, your skill tree, your quests, your map and your challenges. You shouldn't have any problem navigating where to go. The game gives you basic tutorials on where everything is anyway. The main menu is also rather basic. Settings are easy to navigate. Had no problems here, neither should anyone else.
- An amazing story - Hilarious characters - Beautiful environments - Great soundtrack - Worth plenty of hours of playtime - Entertaining co-op - Great replay value - So many guns!!!! - Epic DLCs
- Inventory space can be a pain. - Sometimes relying on co-op too much. - Sometimes bland backdrops. - Some PCs may struggle when it comes to FPS.
Borderlands 2 is an almost perfect game, which is worth hundreds of hours of playtime. Whether it be alone or with friends, this game is addicting as hell. I'm still not bored of it and I doubt I will be for a long time. Finishing the game may seem like you've done a lot, but then you hae the dlcs to finish, which will give you even more guns, and even more fun!!! A must play for anyone, even if it's not on sale!
[Video-guide]Alternative method of farming Legendary Loot Midgets - Thousand Cuts
This is highly detailed video guide about alternative method of farming Legendary Loot Midgets. The most popular method is farming for them in Natural Exploitation Preserve. This one uses chests, boxes, lockers, etc. in Thousand Cuts. Farming midgets is ve...
(NVIDIA cards only) How to enable HBAO+ in Borderlands 2
A guide for Nvidia users on how to enable Horizon-Based Ambient Occlusion + for Borderlands 2. DISCLAIMER: This WILL lower your framerate; I am still getting a very smooth 60 fps on max settings, but I have a powerful computer and yours might not fare the ...
well i played finish the game and wanted to enter true vault hunter mode but i thought it was too boring playing it alone and again i went to quick match to find matches and hardly any does anyone even open new games?