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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel - Playstation 3

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  • BRING MAYHEM TO THE MOON: Feel the moon's low gravity with every jump and stomp. New weapons equipped with ice and laser capabilities to cause mayhem! New enemies offer a space-based twist!
  • THE RISE OF HANDSOME JACK: Witness Handsome Jack's rise to power. Dive deep into the origins of iconic Borderlands villains. Turn the tables and experience Handsome Jack's side of the story.
  • A NEW CLASS OF ANTIHEROES: Play as one of four new character classes, including Wilhelm the Enforcer, Nisha the Lawbringer, and Athena the Gladiator. Play as a combat-ready Claptrap prototype for the first-time! Experience the gray morality of working alongside Handsome Jack.

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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 14, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (171 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,169 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Launch into the Borderlands universe and shoot ‘n’ loot your way through a brand new adventure that rockets you onto Pandora’s moon!

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a new role-playing shooter in the critically acclaimed Borderlands series. Play as four all-new character classes while carving a path of destructive mayhem across Pandora’s never-before-seen low-gravity moonscapes with all new moves, weapons, and vehicles!

Get high with low gravity and jump right in to fight alongside future megalomaniacal tyrant Handsome Jack, while preventing the destruction of Pandora and its moon.

Contribute to the rise of the corrupt Hyperion Corporation and watch Handsome Jack’s transformation from a man trying to do good, into a ruthless tyrant, constantly seeking fortune, power, and infamy.

The Full Borderlands Experience That You Know and Love

Fans can expect a full Borderlands experience that includes the return of dynamic co-op, gazillions upon gazillions of weapons, character customizations, skill tree progressions, surprise cameos, and much, much more.

Pre-order for the Shock Drop Slaughter Pit Challenge Map

Enter the Shock Drop Slaughter Pit and face off against the toughest Scavs on Pandora’s moon, Elpis! Survive the battle and you’ll be feared and respected by the few left alive…

Get High in Low Gravity

Leave the comforts of Pandora behind and travel across the all-new low-gravity frontiers of Pandora’s moon, Elpis. Go beyond shoot-and-cover by leaping high across the surface to slam down on enemies from above using the new oxygen resource. Add an entirely new dimension of verticality, strategy, and fun to the genre-blending “shoot ‘n’ loot” gameplay.

Loot All New Weapons, Vehicles, Elements and More

Find new enemies, vehicles, weapon and damage types to kill, ride and loot. With the addition of “Cryo”, players now can freeze their enemies and shatter their bodies into tiny little pieces that float through space, while the new Laser weapon type adds to the variety of weapon combinations. Low-gravity mayhem awaits, so grab a space suit, and bring your friends!

Play as Four New Vault Hunters

Fight alongside Handsome Jack as four new vault hunters contributing to the rise of the corrupt Hyperion Corporation, each with unique skill trees, action skills, and play styles. Use Wilhelm the Enforcer’s “Air Power” action skill to summon powerful combat drones to aid the party in combat, or use Athena the Gladiator’s “Kinetic Aspis” action skill to absorb incoming damage and convert it into energy unleashed on enemies. Players can also choose from Nisha the Lawbringer (the future Sheriff of Lynchwood) and the most unpredictable character of all…

Playable Claptrap?!

For the first time ever, play as the most emotionally dependent robot in all of Pandora! This combat-ready Claptrap has been reprogrammed for love and war. Okay, mostly war. Marvel at his low first person perspective. Stand in awe of his offensive capabilities. Be amazed at his ability to climb stairs…yes, really.

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57 of 73 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Borderlands TPS: More of an add on vs. a retail game October 14, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
If you've played Borderlands or Borderlands 2, there isn't much that's going to change for you. For better or worse.

In fact, you could be mistaken thinking you ARE playing Borderlands 2, as Borderlands TPS uses the same graphical engine as Borderlands 2. However, there isn't as much of a change of scenery (Your opinion of this will vary, as Borderlands was just a big desert for the most part, and TPS is just the moon save for one section in a moon base).

Borderlands TPS still drops loot. Your "random is random" luck will vary. No real change in drop rates from Borderlands 2. You will still need to do an inordinate amount of grinding through sections and bosses in order to get legendaries. If there's a single most disappointing feature of the game, that would be in the running.

There is an crazy amount of clipping as well, through rocks, walls, etc. that should be solid. The series is showing its age on the PS3.

Low gravity is definitely a hook, and it adds a dimension to combat, but if you're thinking Halo tight, you're thinking wrong. Just as important, you can literally get yourself stuck on an early mission (if you fall to the floor below, you will have absolutely no way to get back up and it's a main story mission, so the only remedy at this stage would be to begin an entire new character).

The sound and music are all still very good, which has been the norm for this series throughout. However, in terms of voice over, I hope you like Australian accents because that's a ton of the game. (Apparently Elpis was colonized by them, who know the outback was to the moon?
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not your Borderlands 1 or 2. Too bad. December 12, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
I loved Borderlands and Borderlands 2, but could not warm up to this game. There are similar guns and menus that carry over from Borderlands 2, but the added low gravity element added a whole lot of jumping and vertical gameplay that left me wishing for the first 2 games. This is like a brand new Who CD, that pales in comparison to Who's Next or Quadrophenia (hope there are a few classic rock fans that get the analogy).

I'm glad there are people enjoying this game, because I am hoping to see future versions of a Borderlands on the newer gaming machines.

The first two installments were rarely about precise gunplay, but after you found the right guns you could take on anything successfully. In this one the gunplay is often a shoot and hope you can hit the target. Enemies jumping around in low gravity don't make for easy targeting. Good luck with a scoped weapon when enemies are hopping and floating in the air. Though they do seem quite capable of hitting you.

Maybe my love of the first 2 games factored into my distaste for this jumping shooter. Heck, at times I thought I was playing a Mario game. Though I did like some of the jumping, it began to occupy too much of the focus at times. Yes, it is a bit innovative and brings new elements into the Borderlands universe, but I would have much preferred playing through new enemies and environments with the same game mechanics of the previous two.

I would love to take these characters into the first 2 games. I'd find that more enjoyable than all the jumping and hopping in this game. At least I picked ClapTrap first, so the oxygen issue was a mote point.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PS3 Digital Code|Edition:Standard
I just finished The Pre-Sequel yesterday and my opinion it doesn't really feel like a full game when compared to Borderlands 2. I don't think they should sell It for $59.99 I think the price is a little bit high. I think once this is $29.99 or lower it's a must buy if you're a fan of Borderlands. The story is good though and it fits in nicely to the Borderlands universe.

I wish this was out for the PS4 I'm not sure why they skipped the current generation consoles. I'm of the opinion that next year or the year after you'll see all of the Borderlands games remade for the current console family.

It is a fun game and I plan on playing through it multiple times. To me the thing that makes these games so fun are building out your characters skill trees. I'm playing as Wilhelm and I built down his left tree first and now I'm building down the right tree.
going to move on to Athena the gladiator.

One thing I do enjoy is the new Grinder if the machine inside Concordia (you do need to do a side quest to activate it on your first play through but that it stays active in all your subsequent play throughs) the machine allows you to take equipment and weapons and turn them into better quality loot. You can even take two legendary's weapons throw in a purple weapon of your choice a.k.a. rocket launcher in the machine will give you a legendary rocket launcher. Now the Moonstone's can be used while driving and they guarantee you'll get an upgraded weapon a.k.a. if you put it all greens you'll get a blue weapon out versus you might just get a green one again.

So when it's all said and done to me this is like an epic expansion pack versus more than a full game.

Thanks for reading!
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