Borderlands Game of the Year - PC

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  • Includes all four DLC add-on packs released to date, as well as a fold-out gameworld map
  • Intense combination of FPS and RPG gameplay with Borderlands' random gun generator provides endless weapon variety
  • Tear through the relentless monsters of Pandora with a crew of up to 3 of your friends in multiple modes including split-screen co-op
  • Get behind the wheel of and engage in intense vehicle-to-vehicle combat
  • Online multiplayer support for up to 4 players

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Platform: PC | Edition: Game of the Year

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Action RPG Meets First Person Shooter!!! Borderlands is the first 4 player Co-op Role Playing Shooter; combining the intuitive reward systems of action RPGs and the frantic-paced combat of First Person Shooters. The Game of the Year Edition includes all 4 of the add-on packs so that you can enjoy all of the content from one of the Most Acclaimed Games of 2009 in one sweet package. "The Zombie Island of Doctor Ned" - The Jakobs Corporation would like to invite you to experience the splendor of a corporate owned small town known as Jakobs Cove.  Any rumors you may have heard about the "undead" walking our streets are completely preposterous and we officially deny them all.  "Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot" - Are you god's gift to gun fights? Think you're the best? Wanna prove it? Then help us celebrate the grand opening of Marcus Bank by killing hundreds and hundreds of people, the only competitive arena around where your next of kin can be assured that you're coming back famous . . . or not at all. (All proceeds are kept by us) "The Secret Armory of General Knoxx" - Want more of the Borderlands story? Want more loot than you could possibly figure out what to do with? Of course you do! And with The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, you can have your cake and eat it too if you're not too busy playing this game. Rise up to become the ultimate loot pillager... or die trying. "Claptrap's New Robot Revolution" - This destructive adventure invites you back to the inhospitable environments of Pandora to battle a vicious new threat; an ever-amassing army of homicidal Claptraps led by the cunning Ninja Assassin. All Borderlands DLC add-ons packs available to date (Add-on content is delivered via DLC codes which can be redeemed for content at  This is not included on the disc provided with the Borderlands GOTY purchase

A sci-fi/action RPG from acclaimed developer Gearbox, Borderlands combines the best in first-person shooter (FPS) action gaming with elements of a traditional role-playing game (RPG). The excitement of this hybridization is further magnified by the game's groundbreaking content generation system which allows for a near-endless variety in missions, environments, enemies, weapons, item drops and character customization, making the game's single player, multiplayer and online campaigns not to be missed. This special Game of the Year edition takes the action even further with the inclusion of all four of the downloadable content releases for the game, as well as a fold-out map of all the Borderlands Pandoran territories.

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In a distant future, the planets at the outer edges of the galaxy have become a beacon to fortune seekers and those yearning for a better life off world, but there are no guarantees in deep space. Pandora, one of these distant planets, was reported to be rich in untapped mineral wealth, and so drew many hoping to get rich quick, but in the end little was found beyond the scattered ruins of a past alien civilization. With nothing to gain, any who could soon abandoned Pandora, leaving those who remained to deal with the lawlessness of a world gone bust, and the mystery of the long-dead alien civilization. But as chaotic as these times were, there were worse days yet to come. After several years the planet's huge orbit slowly brought it near to its sun and once unknown and horrifying creatures sprang from their long hibernation to terrify the stranded colonists. The only hope of the colonists seems to be a vault discovered in a mountainside, rumored to contain alien technology and secrets about Pandora. Will this discovery be the colonist's salvation or their end? Discover their fate in Borderlands.

FPS/RPG hybrid gameplay in Borderlands
FPS/RPG hybrid gameplay.
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First-person perspective down a weapon barrel in multiplayer action in Borderlands
Literally thousands of weapons.
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A Tankenstein creature from Borderlands: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned
Eliminate the hordes of undead on Zombie Island.
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Mistress of ceremonies Moxxi from Borderlands: Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot
Enter the riot arenas of Mad Moxxi's Underdome.
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Vehicular combat from Borderlands: The Secret Armory of General Knoxx
Vehicular combat against General Knoxx.
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Battling a Claptrap in Borderlands: Claptrap's New Robot Revolution
Join forces with the Hyperion Corp against the Claptraps in Claptrap's New Robot Revolution.
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As in a traditional RPG, Borderlands is built around the continual leveling of characters as they delve into quests. These quests include both story-driven adventures and side quests that offer players rewards such as items exclusive to quest completion and/or forward movement of the story. Players can look forward to action set in both single player and multiplayer modes--including co-op play--as well as vehicular combat, literally thousands of different types of weapons that change each time you play and randomly generated maps and map features.

Playable Characters

Borderlands features several playable characters, each with its own unique backstory, abilities and skills. Skills can be leveled up, allowing for improvement of things like health, accuracy with weapons and capacity for items. In addition to this, characters possess unique skill tree development, ensuring that each will develop differently regardless of time spend leveling them up.

Key Game Features

  • Co-op Design - Borderlands is built from the ground up to be an exciting, intuitive cooperative experience for up to four players simultaneously that rewards players who work together and invest in co-op skills. Split screen is also supported.
  • FPS Gameplay - In this role-playing shooter, choose one of several distinct characters, each with their own individual skill sets. As your character grows throughout this fast-paced FPS, you choose and customize your abilities to suit your style of play.
  • Art Style - The game's distinctive art style combines traditional rendering techniques with hand-drawn textures to paint a bold and eye-catching spin on the FPS genre.
  • Vehicular Combat - Jump behind the wheel and engage in high-speed vehicle-to-vehicle combat, complete with spectacular explosions and road-killed Skags.
  • Frontier Planet - Search the wasteland planet of Pandora for the legendary alien vault. Fight your way through bandits, discover nine native (and aggressive) creatures, and help the few settlers on the planet in your search for a Vault rumored to contain a great prize - if it even exists.
  • Gun Lust - Choose from literally hundreds of thousands of weapons, each with their own manufacturers, specifications, and advantages. The revolutionary content generation system guarantees that you'll find almost infinite tools of destruction to suit your play style.
  • Online Multiplayer Support - Borderlands supports 2-4 players via Online.

Borderlands Game of the Year Edition for PC

  • A copy of the standard Borderlands game for PC
  • All Borderlands DLC add-ons packs available to date
    • Borderlands: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned - Originally released as a digital content download, action in it is centered in the town and surrounding areas of Jacob's Cove, which is on the fictional Jakobs Corporation owned Island unofficially named Zombie Island. Here players are tasked with the completion of 20 exclusive Borderlands missions, involving the zombie infestation of the island, as well as various optional side quests. As the name of the island suggests, players will be kept busy honing their skills at killing zombies, zombie bosses and the other undead beings as efficiently as possible. In-game money is earned for these kills and available weapons come both in the form of randomly generated weapons and unique items taken off defeated bosses. The level of undead action experienced is directly tied to players' progression within the single player campaign within the main game, making for gameplay closely tied to the main game, and a zombie fest not to be missed.
    • Borderlands: Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot - Borderlands: Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot is the second add-on pack for Borderlands re-released on disc following initial availability via digital download. Designed with a Mad Mad Thunderdome ethic and feel, action here occurs within a series of spaces known as riot arenas where the changing rules, commentary and mood are provided entirely at the whim of the over-the-top and seductive ringmistress, Moxxi. Within the matches, both single player against AI and multiplayer player, players rack up kills using a variety of weapons and shields, earning themselves skill points and in-game loot that can be stored at an in-game bank.
    • Borderlands: The Secret Armory of General Knoxx - Borderlands goes to 11! You may have seen some games raise their level cap by 5, or maybe even 10, but with The Crimson Lance Assassination Squads wreaking havoc and Crawmerax the Invincible being all invulnerable and stuff we knew you'd need more than just 10. And that's why Borderlands goes to ELEVEN. The Secret Armory of General Knoxx is an add-on pack for Borderlands that adds new guns, new class mods, new vehicles, new missions, new enemy types, and increases the level cap to 61. In other add-on ever. Of all time. Forever.
    • Borderlands: Claptrap's New Robot Revolution - To combat second hand sales of used munitions among greedy, haggling treasure hunters on Pandora, the Hyperion Corporation have decided to activate the Interplanetary Ninja Assassin Claptrap. Instead, it has organized all of the claptraps into a revolution, and they've been assimilating all life on Pandora and converting them into claptraps. With our heroes caught in the middle, they must stop the Interplanetary Ninja Assassin Claptrap in order to release his control over all of Pandora's claptraps and collect their reward, of course. The pack adds 21 missions, 10 new skill points, three additional backpack slots and raises the level cap to 69.
  • Fold-out Map of all the Borderlands Pandoran Territories

System Requirements

Minimum: Recommended:
OS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2500+ Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+
RAM: 1 GB 2 GB or more
Hard Drive: 8 GB 8 GB or more
Video Card: nVidia GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon HD 2800 nVidia GeForce GTX 260 / ATI Radeon HD 4550
Video Memory: 256 MB 1 GB
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
Other: Mouse, keyboard, DVD-ROM drive

Product Information

Platform:PC  |  Edition:Game of the Year
Release date October 12, 2010
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Platform for Display: PC DownloadEdition: Game of the Year
There is a review somewhere on here were a fellow talks about how terrible the game is because of the aiming system. He says that he aims right at the bad guy and the shot misses and when he aims of to the side of the bad guy the bullet hits him. Do to this he says, the game is crap. This guy forgot a very important aspect of the game; it's a First Person Shooter-RPG not just a fps. In a regular fps, your guns are powerful the only thing standing between you and killing your enemy is how good you aim. In a FPS-RPG your guns have stats. You could have the best aim in the world but if your gun sucks, you're gonna get mauled down faster than a turkey on thanksgiving. On the other hand if your aim sucks but you have a powerful gun just run up to the guy and blast him and if you get swarmed by a bunch enemies no problem because in this game, it's all about the guns. And second winds, the best aspect of this game.

Normally if your get shot down in a game you die and have to restart the level or whatever, but in this game if your shield and health bar deplete to zero you have a chance to kill and enemy before you bleed to death and catch a Second Wind in which your shield regenerates and you can go on killing baddies. This single element gives you the freedom to play the game anyway you like. You can run and gun, or stealth kill or both whatever. Just make sure you have a good gun and a good shield ALWAYS or your second wind rampages will be short lived.

Death is the difference between losing money and not losing money. When you die you respawn at a checkpoint and get charged a fee which is a percentage of the amount of money you have so, if you low on cash it's possible to respawn for like 3 bucks.
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Platform for Display: PC DownloadEdition: Game of the Year Verified Purchase
I see a few reviews here saying that this product doesn't include the DLC packs. I did not download the game through Amazon, I copied the CD key that you're given after buying it on Amazon, and pasted it directly into Steam (under Games > Activate a Product on Steam) and when it finished downloading (13GB!), I launched the game and it popped up 4 different windows for each DLC pack that was installed.
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Just wanted to mention that this product does activate on steam, steam seems to like it better when you take the dashes out of the key.
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By Matthew on January 4, 2011
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Game of the Year
This game has a lot in common with Diablo, though this is first person shooter. Its a single player or cooperative multiplayer game with quests, four classes to choose from that all play differently, some character leveling and specialization, lots of action, and lots of randomly generated loot to collect as you work your way through the story. Your class, the loot you find, and your specialization all determine your gameplay experience to some extent, so every play through doesn't feel exactly the same as the last even if you play the same class. If you liked Diablo you'll probably like this. If you didn't then you'll probably not like this this for the same reasons. Overall I found it quite entertaining.

The game doesn't take itself too seriously and doesn't try to be more than it is, which is just a fun shoot-em up adventure. There's plenty of violence in the gun battles, complete with heads being blown completely off and limbs lying on the ground after you kill things, but the tone is kept light and fun. The cartoonish graphical style of the game and the humerous voice acting both keep you in the right frame of mind to enjoy it in the same way as you do cartoon violence, not take it in a serious and disturbing way.

The ending of the story could have been better. It was not good. It didn't fully explain what the whole adventure was about in a satisfactory way. That said, the fun is in the journey not the destination so I would still recommend the game despite that flaw. You don't play Diablo just to see the closing cutscene and you don't play this one for that either. The game is about shoot-em-up action and it delivers that. If that's not what you want then this is not the game for you.
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Game of the Year Verified Purchase
I purchased this last week, right before the Steam price drop which I'll get to in a minute. I see a bunch of reviewers here complaining about having to download the extra content. Either they're on the wrong listing for the game, or else I got an updated or special version from the secondary seller - this says Game Of The Year, and included a full disc for the extras. I just watched it install off the file path from the disc. I really don't know what else to say about it, but there does exist a version that has it on a disc... For the record, mine actually came from Canada somehow (didn't notice that when ordering), and it has both English and French in the manual and cover. I'm not that surprised by this since I live in NY and used to work at EB Games and we got a few Canadian games in stock from time to time.

As to the game itself, I haven't played very much of it because I've been busy, but I did enjoy the opening area once I fixed the mouse sensitivity. For the last four months I've been playing Skyrim so the controls take some getting used to, but that's just me. They're not too much different. I enjoy the humor of the game (although not for the faint of heart as it can be pretty brutal right from the get go), and I like that it is cel-shaded. Not too many games can pull that off. The only other ones that come to mind as being GOOD and cel-shaded are of course The Legend Of Zelda: The Windwaker, Jet Grind Radio, and Sly.

The Steam sale... well that just drives me crazy. My game arrived on I think Tuesday, and then Thursday night the version I WOULD have purchased was almost 40% cheaper than the one I bought. C'est la vie... I bought the Steam version too. Hopefully I'll have time this weekend to mess around with both, since despite another review here I wasn't able to find a way to use my physical copy on Steam. I'll edit this if I find a way to do so, and then just let my husband use my Steam copy.
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