Borderlands 3 Review
Borderlands has a way funnier outlook on post-apocalypse as opposed to most other games with the same approach and the third game once again starts in the planet Pandora. The game is centred around Tyreen and Troy, called the Calypso Twins and the game contains plenty of references to our pop culture. Tyreen is internet famous in Pandora and also one of the six Sirens of the universe, a critical part of the story. Another Siren is Lilith who Tyreen has a rivalry with.
The story's breaking point starts at Promethea, another planet. You are introduced to characters who will show up throughout the story through a series of missions. Aside from the main story, the scenarists have done a great job with the side missions, ensuring that the player has not a single dull moment. Although the side characters are all original, the quests are not exactly revolutionary. It can get repetitive at times but the humour involved in them salvages the problem quite well even though the type of humor may not seem funny to every type of player.
Aside from the storytelling and humour, the game is very familiar to the first two titles and a returning player would feel right at home. When we started up the game, it felt so familiar that we played it like we've been playing it for years. Although this may sound a bit negative as if there is nothing new, we just meant how polished the game feels. You start off by choosing one of four Vault Hunters: Amara, FL4K, Moze and Zane. Just like the other games, the characters are all extremely well done and the developers are innovative yet again. The characters all are effective on the battlefield. Moze will turn everything to hell and FL4K will bathe the battlefield in blood.