Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: game review
Title: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
Developer: 2K Australia
Editor: 2K Games
CIS editor: Софтклаб
Release date: 17 October 2014
Platform: РС / Xbox 360 / PS3
First person Diablo in the cartoon style and with a good sense of humor is worth a lot of attention. Borderlands immediately attracted a lot of fans thanks to the interesting mechanics and, of course the cooperative mode. Full addition «Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel» reveals the events between the first and second parts, parallel pulling players on several tens of hours.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel focuses on the history of Jack, the same villain of the second part, which this time went to conquer the vastness of the Moon. Many ambitions and four adventurers assistant.
Using only claptrap you can play Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. The remaining trio of heroes looks pale and uninteresting in the background of screaming and raging robot on wheels. However, new classes also deserve the attention.
Gameplay does not differ from thepredecessors. In Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel you still need to travel to locations and defend the world from enemies, alternating shooting, running and trips to local vehicles. The only innovation is associated with oxygen as the atmosphere of the moon is not too favorable for walks without a spacesuit.
Gradually its stock is excised and replenishment must be done in buildings, activate the oxygen generators and stop at various points whre the air hits directly from the ground. An interesting solution is the addition of a local analogue rocket pack. Now the characters can make longer jumps and overcome seemingly incredible abyss. The main thing is enough resources.
The abundance of quests has no complaints. In addition to the main campaign, player will have ten secondary missions of varying complexity, from simple to complete expeditions in separate locations.
Plotline of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel strongly jeers at the player, causing the run from one point to another, while constantly tossing incredible tasks. The scope of ambitions and desires of Jack do not cease to amaze: thing about the plans to build a private army of robots. All this, of course is added with trademark humor and insane boss battles.
Developers do not skimp to use the imagination: you will be gladly met carp leaders with his entourage at the various futuristic arenas. Action in such scenes is at high level: in addition to incredible speeds, lots of explosions and very long jumps, the player has to worry about his own skin and to delete to quickly oncoming threat.
Arsenal is broad and many-sided: generator of outfit provides a player different weapons for every taste and color. However, the most lethal and effective weapons is unlikely to be found around the in the road, so you have to look for boxes and perform quests.
As a result, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a wonderful addition to the small improvement, trademark humor and a dozen of gameplay.