I unashamedly admit that Borderlands 2 is one of my favourite games of all time, it’s in the top ten at the very least. It was a perfect game for a perfect time for me, near endlessly replayable with an absolute ton of content even before you take the substantial DLC into account. So why has my previous excitement for Borderlands 3 cooled so much since the reveal a few months back?
So the elephant in the room has come and gone, and it didn’t make it into the top four. So I’m out if the woods right? no backlash? Alright, then let’s surge on and get on with it. So, Recap first as usual.
Telltale games have carved a nice little niche for themselves. They’re mostly known for one type of game, but the business they’re doing with other companies, it’s almost like they’re a marketing company, piggybacking onto other franchises to give a deeper view into that series. That makes is sound more cynical that I meant it to, I really enjoy the games Telltale puts out and are very good at what they do Continue reading “Best thing coming from Telltale right now is a Borderlands game”