Borderlands 3 has surpassed the bar that its predecessor had set. The story is grand in scale, the humor is on-point and updated to 2019, weapons are diverse and the new Vault Hunters are unique in every way. Every BL-fan must pick this game up.
Po dwóch piorunujących częściach nie mogłem zrobić nic innego jak zająć się trzecią. Gra klasycznie dała nam to, co najlepsze, interesujące obszary, wysoki poziom arsenału z różnymi dodatkami oraz umiejętnościami. Miejscami wymagająca rozgrywka, przy której trzeba posiadać obycie z tego typu grami. Po takim czasie, jaki spędziłem z tą serią, na plus są również postacie, które wzbudzają sentyment. Polecam
Its main villain duo can't hold a candle to the greatness that was Handsome Jack, its humour is rather lacking compared to the series' previous instalments, and it is not without its technical issues at launch. Gameplay-wise, however, Borderlands 3 is definitely the best we've seen from the series until now.
A solid FPS with hack-and-slash mechanics that are just as strong, Borderlands 3 is a devilishly effective game, one ideally enjoyed with friends. Its four distinct character classes and consistent content are both arguments for this third canonical episode being a highly recommendable title. However, the experience is ruined by the many bugs, glitches and other wild issues that currently plague the game, although an inevitable first patch should ease all that. Finally, the overabundance of 'fart jokes' makes the game's endless conversations even more painful, even if a few quest threads make up for it.
Gearbox is at their best when they’re engineering the act of shooting something. If their game would just shut up and let the gleeful gunplay speak for itself, Borderlands would go a lot further. Instead, the gunplay is clogged up with meaningless loot, smugly unfunny jokes, and lots of using the same ol’ gun while waiting for the parsimonious skill point drip to finally drop. Where’s the glee in all that?
-The gunplay is good. Most of the guns feel fun to use.
-Plenty of content. Doesn't overstay it's welcome too much either like some single player rpgs.
-The classes are fun. They each feel different and can be built in unique ways
-in no way, shape or form worth a 7 year wait from it's predecessor.
-The dialogue in this game is some of the cheesiest woke nonsense i've heard. None of the jokes are funny, The accents pierce ears and none of the new characters are interesting.
-The villains are boring. Of all the things they could have gone with they thought a pair of cult influencers poking fun of real life influencers was the best option.
-By the endgame, legendries are anything but legendary as they drop constantly.
SummaryAt the hard edge of the galaxy lies a group of planets ruthlessly exploited by militarized corporations. Brimming with loot and violence, this is your home – the Borderlands. Answering the call of the Siren champion Lilith, four Vault Hunters charge head-first into a spray of bullets, blood, and bandits to recover a map to ancient Vaults...