This week your intrepid heroes wait for a patch, install Haiku, and spank Handsome Jack.
– Not sure if want
– Check it out
Game: Borderlands 2
Wazzat: Play as one of four new vault hunters facing off against a massive new world of creatures, psychos and the evil mastermind, Handsome Jack. Make new friends, arm them with a bazillion weapons and fight alongside them in 4 player co-op on a relentless quest for revenge and redemption across the undiscovered and unpredictable living planet.
Makes with the working
- Does not remember windowed mode
- I was having hella stuttering issues until I put the framerate limiter in YOLO mode.
- Day one launch noped unless you were in offline mode. Bad form gents.
- A little slow on the draw, as to be expected of unreal 3 games
- Cross platform multiplayer works out of the box
- Now I’m confident giving it 4 chairs, the last update fixed the herky-jerkyness and the random freezing.
Shiny / Sounds
- Sound and soundtrack were top of the notch
- Voice work was just as good. I really wanted to kill clap shack
- Graphics were great but there was no single point where I went Oooooh shiny!
- Unreal Engine 3 is getting long in the tooth organ
- For some reason it won’t hide the panel.
- Latest update fixed it!
- I can’t for the love of FMS find the perfect gerbil setting
- The default layout worked minus the inventory key. ‘I” Really?
- Like how it has cheat mode auto aim built in
- Standard FPS fare
- Why can’t I bind the Ctrl keys?
- Because, since the Linux version is based on the Mac port and in MacOS Ctrl is used as a modifier to emulate a right click on those 1 button mice they have, someone forgot to remove that limitation.\
- It’s challenging and I don’t completely understand what the hell I’m doing …and that’s a good thing.
- At first I was playing it full-metal FPS and getting killed to death …a lot.
- Once you get on the quest bandwagon things pick up.
- This is a single player FPS MMO
- The Aspie part of me likes the repetitive goals
- The critic part of me gets a bit bored by it
- It’s certainly a fun game, and the guys at gearbox did a good job of making it
- The port is top notch as well
- I like it. But then again, I knew I probably would.
- Much like its predecessor, it can get a bit grindy and repetitious.
- It gets to a point where I just ignore the lower level enemies and carry on my way.
- As far as Linux gaming goes, there really isn’t anything quite like it, so I’ll give it three chairs.
- Doesn’t get 4 because being on Linux doesn’t excuse it from its repetitious-ness.
Even if you hate Shooters, buy this game. It’ll give these guys some much deserved wet stinkies and help encourage more Developers to contract these guys for ports.
It’s a RPG
Correction, it’s an MMO-RPG. Go over there and kill X amount of monster Y and pick up item Z. It’s got a better story than most MMOs but considering how much more money 2K has over <insert random dev here>, it fucking well better!