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Borderlands

Released October 20, 2009 · consists of 30 releases.

Borderlands is a first-person shooter RPG from Gearbox Software that puts players into the shoes of one of four playable characters as they traverse the hostile planet of Pandora in search of a mysterious "Vault," said to contain priceless unknown riches and alien technologies.


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USER REVIEWS

toolzz360
· January 19, 2023

Fun Grindy Looter Shooter

Borderlands first released in 2009 and developed by Gearbox Software can best be described as a fun and charming looter shooter. Borderlands combines elements from different genres of games including the rarity level loot from action RPG’s along with intense FPS firefights. The version I played for...
thenoscollector
· December 25, 2022

Borderlands Review

Played when it first came out but never finished it. Went back and completed it. Overall it is a pretty solid fun looter-shooter game. Its strengths are the character/enemy design and variety, the variety in character builds/skills, the endless amount of loot/weapon combinations and stats, and the ...
014
· July 25, 2013

Cooperative Gem

For a game that came out four years ago, I’m giving this all five stars. There are some quirks when managing your friends and getting a game going with your desired character, but they’re small prices to pay. Four players on the same team playing different roles with voice chat built into the game is super fun. (I did, however, use TeamSpeak instead. It’s nice to be able to talk while we’re navigating the game’s menus.) The graphics impressed me because I had not been a fan of cell shading in t...
justin258
· August 02, 2012

Good, but very flawed

Borderlands was a game that spent a long time in the making. The idea behind it was always essentially “Diablo: The shooter”, but it was originally a more serious looking game.I can’t say that I never wonder what Borderlands would have been like if this was what actually came out. I get a very distinct feeling that the project almost “died” and suddenly, someone decided to keep the cover, gut the story, and apply a fresh coat of paint. I have a sneaking suspicion that the story might have origin...

dudacles
· January 03, 2011

Borderlands does exactly what it sets out to do, and does it well

There are a lot of first-person shooters out there on the market, so when I first heard about Borderlands, I was a bit skeptical. “It's just an another shooter, except with more guns that all feel the same.” I was delighted to find, however, that I couldn't have been more wrong. Borderlands is a focused shooter that melds RPG and shooter mechanics together to great effect, and offers a lengthy adventure that can get really addictive and is mostly driven by the player's desire to bec...
mrnitropb
· August 16, 2010

Grrrrrrr......

If I ever meet the Gearbox Employee who designed Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot, I am going to break their knee. This really should have Unlocked something useful, like a refund. I might have to use my Certificate of +1 Baddassness, but it will be worth it to inflict an equal level of pain back at them. I really just have a hard time conceptualizing why they felt the need to take a game whose core value is "Always be Leveling", and the constant anticipation of finding a new version of one of the...
thewall55
· May 19, 2010

Feels Like A Homework Assignment

I love Borderlands. There is no better feeling then killing a midget with a shotgun. When a game like Borderlands comes along I feel the need to unlock every achievement in the game. Sadly however The Underdome has achievements, and that is about the only reward you will get for playing it. I find myself looking for ways to somehow possibly shorten the time it takes to play this DLC by playing with a friend who is at a lower level. While playing with friends in this DLC and talking about ho...
elk
· April 05, 2010

Borderlands Review

Why have twenty guns when you could have - millions?That's the question behind role-playing-shooter Borderlands. But Borderlands brings more than just an excessive amount of choice for blowing your foes away. Vehicles, classes and quirky characters are all present in this Science-Fiction role player that feels like a first person Diablo.Far in the future, Pandora is a planet reported to be packed with riches, but later found to be a barren wasteland. But there's still one legend left on Pandora:...
electricboogaloo
· March 08, 2010

Braaaaaains!

This image more than set the scene Zombies, zombies, zombies; they’re everywhere. In our games, our movies, our books; whether they’re the classic slow moving kind, the crazy sprinting kind or even those that aren’t technically zombies, though we all know they really are (you’re not fooling anyone Resi 5). It seems we can’t get enough of the brain-hungry undead, even when they’re becoming about as stale as their own decomposing bodies. As a result, it’s a surprise to see Borderlands t...
cjwild
· February 26, 2010

Glad I picked it up

I was a bit skeptical on picking this title up at first as I prefer FPS games with lots of realism and intensive graphics. I've always enjoyed cel-shading but never thought it suited shooter games. However, this game combines the two beautifully in a package that delivers both visually pleasing surroundings and a rewarding notion that your money was spent wisely. At first I wanted to get the hang of the game and figure things out before I attempted online co-op and embarassed myself.. Once I did...
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Specific release details

Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition
Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition
Platform Xbox One
Region United States
Developer Gearbox Software LLC
Publisher 2K Games
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Product code None
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Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
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Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
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