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Borderlands

Lock, Load, & Face the Madness Get ready for the mind blowing insanity! Play as one of four trigger-happy mercenaries and take out everything that stands in your way! With its addictive action, frantic first-person shooter combat, massive arsenal of weaponry, RPG elements and four-player co-op*, Borderlands is a breakthrough experience that challenges all the conventions of modern shooters. Borderlands places you in the role of a mercenary on the lawless and desolate planet of Pandora, hell-bent on finding a legendary stockpile of powerful alien technology known as The Vault.
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Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Check me out, I'm dancing, I'm dancing!

Review from Steam

do you have a cool friends to play with?
then this is a must to play game for you !!!!

Review from Steam

This game is quite good, who would say that?! Ok now seriously this is great shooter game, but I think the best thing about this game is Claptrap repeating his "Check me out, I am dancing, I am dancing"!

Review from Steam

this game is worse than borderlands 2, yet i like it more than borderlands 2

Review from Steam

I remember when this game first came out in 2009, my parents had split a few years before, and my dad did everything he could to make sure I was happy when I was with him. The most vivid memory I have of this time was when my dad picked me up from my moms house one day, and when we walked in to his apartment, he gestured toward his big, box TV, and there sitting next to it was an xbox 360, and the game box for borderlands. This same day happened to be the very day that BL1 released, and for some reason, my dad thought that this game neither of us had ever heard of before would be a good first game on the new xbox, and by god did he have good intuition. My dad has been a gamer most of his life as well, I guess he's the reason I ever got into video games. It's funny, I remember my dad had started playing borderlands earlier that day, before he had shown it to me that night, and he was only in the Arid Badlands, I remember him saying "Don't play my character! I've already gotten pretty far and I don't want you messing me up!" neither of us even knowing that he had only completed about 1% of the game, I just remember thinking that my dad, and this game, were the coolest. We played borderlands together exclusively. Bought every DLC as soon as they were released, and beat them together as they came out. We did this with every game in the series, never missing a single launch date, always beating the games together as a team. I'm 21 now, soon to be 22. My dad turned 58 a few days ago. We haven't been able to play much of BL3 together since I moved out on my own early last year, it was actually the first time I had ever beaten a borderlands game without him. My dad and I talk often, and I always fill him in on the newest video game news, especially for borderlands. I will always be proud to say that my dad is my best friend, and I never would have been able to build the relationship I currently have with him, if it wasn't for the thousands of hours that we spent laughing our asses off together telling stupid jokes, yelling at each other because one of us killed the guy the other was trying to second-wind with, and crying together when the story had become personal to us. And when I find myself caught up in my adult life, I think back to the moment when we first booted up borderlands together in 2009, and how happy it made my dad and I. So thank you Borderlands. 10/10, best game ever.
TL;DR: I love my dad, and I love this game. Thank you dev team.

Review from Steam

The enhanced edition includes all the DLC's.
10/10 game.

Review from Steam

Not a bad start, all things considered. Don't expect the same level as Borderlands 2, but a decent experience. My main complaints is how slow your character moves in relation to how large the maps are. It's like the developers were intentionally trying to stretch the gameplay by making it take years to get from objective to objective.