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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel - Xbox 360

by 2K Games
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews) 8 answered questions 74 / 100

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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 14, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform: Xbox 360 | 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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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Feels more like an expansion October 17, 2014
By Mike X
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
First, let me just state that I love Borderlands. I have every piece of DLC content that Gearbox has ever released, and even my girlfriend has cosplayed as Moxxi at the last two PAX Easts - and I believe she'll be doing it next year as well.

Aside from the following critiques and complaints, the game plays almost identical to Borderlands 2. I got it for free at PAX East, but I don't think it's a game worth more than $30. Definitely wait for a price drop.

Here's my list of gripes:

#1: The story is told from the viewpoint of Athena, regardless of which character you chose or whether you're in a multiplayer party. This really breaks any sense of immersion.

#2: Chronologically, the story and characters are all over the place. It doesn't retcon, it just connects pieces of story together that don't make sense and they seemed to have thrown in characters that didn't belong just for pure fan service.

#3: Ground smash attack ("butt stomp") is rarely ever used or necessary. It was a poor addition.

#4: Oxygen supply. Sure, before release most people seemed to dislike this third level of survival micromanagement, but I gave it the benefit of the doubt. Now that I've played it, I see how friggin' annoying it is. Yeah, they give you hover/double-jump abilities, but by the time you reach your destination you're already at or below 50% of your O2 supply. They added "atmosphere stations" that pop-up so you don't have to worry about running out of air, but at the same time you'll tend to hardly leave its protective shield during firefights. Subconsciously, it kind of makes you feel leashed to it.

#5: Although lasers are a nice addition, I think it's just too late for them to gain popularity.
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35 of 44 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars I Love the Borderlands franchise October 17, 2014
Platform for Display:Xbox 360| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
I Love the Borderlands franchise. I know...seems like an odd way to start a 3 star review. Anyway, if this was the first installment of the franchise, I would tell you about all the great things about the game. And trust me, there are many great things about this game as with its predecessors. But since we are all familiar with the Borderlands formula, I am just going to point out the areas where I think the title (and game developers at 2K and 2K Australia) has opportunities for improvement.

#1. Line of sight shooting. - One of the things I loved about Borderlands games was the ability to snipe or just aim and shoot for very very very far away. Shots were accurate. the programming of the "proximity" factor was spot on. This game's accuracy is not spot-on. You can have a clear line of site and shoot and there will be zero effect. Many times I found myself having to reposition myself to try a different line of sight.

#2. Maybe its because of the gravity, but in this installment, when you get attacked by a horde of enemies, they are all over the place with guns and bullets and lava spit-balls, etc....Its all very confusing and haphazard. many times I found myself needing to just jump up and float away from the action just to stay alive.

#3. Many mission and side-mission requirements are so esoteric (specific) that I often found myself spending many minutes roaming a small area trying to figure out how to complete my objective. A couple of times I had to refer to YouTube videos. One mission required that I equip a shield that gives an electric overload when depleted. It turned out that was the only way to disable the cameras that were monitoring a safe that I had to break into which wound up holding worthless loot.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:Xbox 360| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
I anxiously waited for this game to come out and after about 10 hours of playtime, I figured I would throw my two cents in.

First off, if you've never played any of the Borderlands games before, don't sweat it. This game is very easy to pick up if you're a first-person-shooter type of gamer. I played both the original Borderlands and Borderlands 2, and although the transition from BL1 to 2 was a little different, there are almost no changes to the controls or gameplay of the Pre-Sequel. The only differences in gameplay are the gravity/jump ability (which includes a mario rump-slam) and the fact that you are no longer in an oxygen-rich environment, which means that you occasionally have to recharge your O2 meter by picking up O2 canisters or entering an O2 "bubble". The O2 meter not only allows you to breathe on the moon, it also allows you to jump just a tad bit higher or longer, depending on your jump. This makes it slightly easier to reach those concealed ammo boxes that always seem to be on the top of buildings!

Choice of characters in the Pre-Sequel is also different. Currently I'm playing as Claptrap the robot, who moves rather smoothly for a robot and has an impressive jump despite his small stature. My girlfriend is playing as Athena, the Gladiator. Athena's skill allows her to absorb damage (quite useful when fighting multiple enemies) while Claptrap's skill seems to be a random action skill, aptly named vaulthunter.exe, which gives you the ability to do extra melee damage, become a gunzerker, spawn a mechromancer and more! It's sort of a fun twist not knowing exactly what action skill you'll be able to use, but could also be rather annoying depending on the situation you've gotten yourself into before activating your skill point!
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