eTeknix has just published a review of Borderlands 2 this morning. For those of you wanting to know how this game plays on a variety of different video cards, make sure you check out our Borderlands 2 Gameplay Performance and IQ evaluation here.
The original Borderlands was and still is one of the finest co-op games on the market, offering a great chance for local co-op (splitscreen) and online play. Something I know very well given that me and my girlfriend have clocked over 400 hours exploring every corner of its digital world. So with the promise from Gearbox that Borderlands 2 would expand on every detail of the original title, with hundreds of little tweaks and improvements to the games environment, enemies, AI, graphics, sound, story and general mechanics, I was keen to see just what this title had to offer.