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Classic Game Collecting: Borderlands GOTY

It wasn’t long ago that I was down at the local computer store and I went over to the game section. There were a few good, memorable games there, including GTA: San Andreas, which I played to death years ago.

But it was a copy of Borderlands that jumped out at me. And it was the Game Of The Year Edition too. What this is, is the full collection of Borderlands and the 4 DLC packs that were released in 2009 and 2010: The Zombie Island of Doctor Ned, Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot, The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, and Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution. Actually you get download tokens to get the DLC packs. A bit of a cheat. And yes, you still need to activate the game online before it’ll play.

I remember having an experience playing Borderlands a while back at a friend’s place, and liking it quite a bit. So I picked it up – for R99.

It might be a bit too young yet to be a classic in the truest form of the word (in my estimate about 10 years old at least), but it’s like they say: “It’s like Diablo – but with guns.”


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