Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel story takes place between Borderlands and Borderlands 2, focusing mainly on Handsome Jack, Borderlands 2 villain. But in this game he is not so bad yet. Jack hires a group of Vault Hunters, you and op to 3 your friends, to help him. And this time you will find yourself on Elpis, the moon that orbits Pandora.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is not as great as the previous games, it feels more like a massive expansion pack. But new characters and new place are worth exploring. If you like Borderlands and you want more and more, then Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel offers you this. And like previous Borderlands games, it also offers more looting, shooting, funny dialogues, new missions, new playable characters, co-op, and interesting story.

Suggestion: Wait until the price drops.

GOOD:

  • Hilarious.
  • New location.
  • New characters, like Claptrap, are fun and interesting.
  • New weaponry options.
  • The low gravity makes combat and exploration exciting.
  • More loot-and-shoot.
  • Environment was exciting and gorgeous.
  • A great co-op experience.


BAD:

  • The game was too short.
  • Lack of innovation, the basic gameplay and structure is the same old.
  • Too many bugs.
  • Repetition in later areas becomes boring.
  • Some missions were boring and annoying.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
Platform(s): PC, PS3, Xbox 360
Release date: 17 October 2014
PEGI: 18
Developer: 2K Australia
Publisher: 2K Games
Reviewed on: Xbox 360
3.5Overall Score