This was my most anticipated game of all time. Never before had I been so anxious and ecstatic about an announcement I had wanted for nearly seven years. Now that I have played it several times im must confess this story makes me mad and is still irritatingly runs at a snail's pace when in menus. But the game has some of the most freestyle form of gunplay i've had the pleasuring of experiencing. Every character is so much fun to play as, despite the fact that these are the worst set of Vault Hunters in the entire franchise. The Graphics are fantastic for the art style and the new worlds are the greatest thing to happen since Elpis. In the end this is not my favorite Borderlands by a long shot but still ends around an 8/10 for me thanks to the improvements in gameplay, visuals, gun variety, class variety, and its diverse locations. - End note... Gearbox fix your goddamn writers room and get Anthony Burch back into the chair because holy damn the writing has be spotty since BL2.
On paper this should be the best game, but the lack of heart, bad framerate, clunky menus, and painful writing made me not get into this one as much. Customization is fun and it’s still a Borderlands game, but it’s very much in the same vein as Pre-Sequel.
Borderlands was one of the few remaining franchises with couch co-op. It's obvious they really don't care about this market anymore which sucks for me and my SO. Split screen text doesn't adjust in co-op mode so you can barely read the text. If my SO is in a menu and I'm not, the game lags and skips. Actual gameplay is OK but the menu is used so often that it severely affects the experience.