Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! (Xbox 360) Game Dingo Review [Ep. 10]



A review of 2K Games’ Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! This game is the 3rd installment of the Borderlands series and takes place (mostly) on Elpis, Pandora’s moon. As the title suggests, the bulk of the game takes place before the sequel: Borderlands 2.

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4 thoughts on “Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! (Xbox 360) Game Dingo Review [Ep. 10]”

  1. Tullece says:

    Great thorough review.

    In regards to the homosexual elements it is nothing more than pandering to an audience. When will game companies realise that you can effectively include LGBT characters without having to awkwardly slap them in randomly just to pander. Pandering generally creates a lazy character with lazy backstory just so they can say, "Look this character is a gay!", as opposed to having their homosexuality play a more interesting secondary role to their backstory.

    Look at the Baldur's Gate debacle with the transgender character. Awkward, forceful inclusion of the transgender element just to pander and it only served to make their inclusion awkward and stilted. (Admittedly however, apparently the writing was lousy in general).

    When your intention is to include a gay character more often than not that character becomes out of place and feels forced.

  2. Cloud Air says:

    i already didn't like borderlands (played the first one for all of about 30 minutes) but the gay stuff is even more reason for me to avoid it.. i'm so tired of everything being gay and transvestites these days.. YUCK its like 80% of the entire media

  3. Lenna R says:

    my game glitched one time where i had to join a lobby to reset the mission, and i also could get unlimited keys. whenever i plugged a second controller in on the ps3 they spawned with 10 keys every time

  4. Lenna R says:

    this game was made by a different studio, and it is more of a borderlands game while we wait for bl3

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