PUBLISHED: 13:11 26 November 2009 | UPDATED: 14:47 24 August 2010
Acres of post-apocalyptic wasteland roll out before your battleworn, rusty rifle before a monowheel droid hands over a HUD display implant chip for monitoring health and bleeps that you should follow it. Most notable, is the radical, manga-styled, hand dr
Acres of post-apocalyptic wasteland roll out before your battleworn, rusty rifle before a monowheel droid hands over a HUD display implant chip for monitoring health and bleeps that you should follow it.
Most notable, is the radical, manga-styled, hand drawn comic art that seamlessly blends beautifully rendered cut scenes into gameplay in a seamless, cinematic effect that immerses the gamer into a close approximation of a sci-fi animation film.
And the artwork is enhanced still further by a rich and deep fiction that touches upon the mysteries buried beneath the surface of a danger-filled planet.
After choosing a soldier, sniper, or a melee specialist, Borderlands offers a new sping on first-person action with player customisation and vehicle combat.
Choose from an arsenal of hundreds of weapons with unique manufacturers and specifications before you get behind the wheel for intense vehicle-to-vehicle combat and spectacular explosions.
First person action is coupled with role playing character progressions as players choose from one of four distinct characters, earn experience and gain proficiency in a number of battle specialties.
A generation system allows for near-endless variety in weapons and item drops and multiple players can share the same game experience simultaneously in online co-op.
Players can freely join or leave each other's games at anytime, or choose to play in the full single-player mode.
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