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Old 09-17-2012, 07:56 AM #17
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Originally Posted by The_Bringer View Post
I missed the boat on the first 'Borderlands' and will be playing it for the first time with a friend later this evening. Assuming it's as awesome as she says it is I'll be picking up the sequel when I finish the original.
It really is a decent game, it deserved it's 8/10 rating. The only gripe I had with the game was the somewhat weak storyline & ending. (Although just playing the game was awesome).

IMO rpg's should always have a deep storyline & fabulous ending to make up for what it'll lack in the online factor. When you're not killing a bunch of other people on line & you're co-oping, I think that a deep storyline always helps.
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