Wonderlands is upbeat and fun from start to finish, offering a rewarding adventure filled with goofy characters, imaginative bosses, and a great sense of ownership over your character through it all. Even with one of Borderlands' most loved characters leading the charge, this experience feels like the start of something new: a rare spinout from an existing series that deserves just as much of the spotlight. As someone who has played plenty of Dungeons & Dragons, I adored how often Wonderlands reminded me of rolling a 20-sided die with friends. It’s a love letter to on-the-spot creativity and friends enjoying each other’s company in a make-believe world.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is basically everything that awaits us from the game. Fun, over the top and crazy. What struck us, however, is that it proves to be even a little bit more. Especially where it deviates the path, inserting the overworld with all its facets and adding the double-class on a single character, it almost tries to overtake Borderlands 3. Success and the passage of time will tell us if it was true. What is certain is that the potential and the fun are always there.
This is just a review to counter the unneccesary review bombing and overly negative reviews. Is the new DLC bad? Yes, but it's one of four DLC, usually won't be bought on it's own and shouldn't be a reason to write off the game immediately. I've bought the game today, after the bigger patch and can't complain about bugs (except the vending machine scrolling breaking). So far it's very fun, a refreshing upgrade and good time waste.
For all Tina's spirited efforts as dungeon master, every aspect of the Borderlands experience is showing its age. The next instalment needs more than dismal puns and wonky guns if it's to avoid being the butt of the joke. [Issue#371, p.112]
In the end, the balance was positive for me because, even though I'm a big fan of the Borderlands franchise and find the main series better in some aspects than this spin-off, I loved playing something with similar mechanics and gameplay. It was like driving someone else's car, which has its own quirks, differences, and even a color I might not like, but in the end, it gets the job done, which is to take me somewhere. And I enjoyed this adventure.
Aus einer Idee die gut umgesetzt wurde entstand ein gutes Spiel.
Ich möchte es nicht mit den Borderlands Teilen vergleichen, sondern als was eigenes sehen.
Für dieses Spiel hat nämlich alles ins Konzept gepasst - Dungeons & Dragons in Borderlands Manier.
Wenn man aber sagt, hey gutes oder schlechtes Borderlands, dann ja, der typische Borderlands Humor war nicht sehr intensiv, leider auch keine übermäßig viele Beleidigungen - dafür Ritterkram, der hier einfach passt und somit auch richtig platziert war.
Wenn ich wählen müsste, dann ganz klar jedes andere Borderlands, die hatten alle eine viel stärkere und packendere Story, aber das Spiel für sich war sehr interessant zu spielen.
Loot luck system is stupid. You have to find a lot of dice JUST TO BE LUCKY ENOUGH to find legendary weapons OFTEN. This artificial extension gameplay is ANNOYING. First-person-shooter action and story are OK, though.
Pelo preço que esta sendo vendido na Epic eu esperava uma obra prima, sem duvida um dos jogos mais caros dos últimos anos com edições que custam quase 500$ e no fim e so uma DLC requentada e mais longa, o jogo não é ruim mas o preço esta muito fora da realidade para oq esta sendo entregue
SummaryEmbark on an epic adventure full of whimsy, wonder, and high-powered weaponry! Bullets, magic, and broadswords collide across this chaotic fantasy world brought to life by the unpredictable Tiny Tina, who makes the rules, changes the world on the fly, and guides players on their journey. Customize your own multiclass hero and loot, shoot...