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Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition
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Developer: Gearbox Software
Content Rating: Mature
So, you’re ready for another story, eh? Well, every story must start at the beginning, and this story begins here, on Pandora! And, like most stories worth telling, it begins with a Vault… Years ago, people spent their whole lives chasing the legend of the Vault, not knowing if it was anything more than a fairy tale. That all changed one day when four Vault Hunters, guided by a mysterious guardian Angel, found a Vault Key. Or at least, a piece of one.
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Borderlands: Game of The Year Edition polishes up a game that already looked great and played well, so the upgrade to 4K isnât a dramatic transformation. Improvements to navigation and inventory management remove some of the tedious moments that originally slowed things down, but the changes to the already weak final boss fight make it significantly easier, which is the exact opposite of what it needed. Of course, Borderlandsâ campaignâs gameplay, humor, and charm hold up, which makes it a reliably good time, especially in co-op.
Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition is more than a blast from the past - it's a compelling game in its own right. Though it serves as more of a base for greater things than a pinnacle for the genre, there's still plenty of shooting, looting and Vault Hunting to be had.
Not a game that particularly needed a remaster but that in itself speaks to the quality of the original and the potential of the new sequel.