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Borderlands 2 (Macintosh)

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95
Inside Mac Games (IMG)
It’s always great to see big titles come to the Mac, and Borderlands 2 is one of the very best. I’m not a very keen FPS player, but I instantly warmed up to Borderlands, and was hooked. I’d definitely recommend this over Call of Duty, as its just so much more fun to play. The mega graphics and crazy gameplay turns the definition of FPS on its head. It’s a masterstroke, and I’m addicted to it. There really is no higher praise than that.
90
Softonic
Developers Gearbox were keen to make the point that they feel many game sequels are just 'content dumps', additional levels with no substantive changes, so they want to make Borderlands 2 a genuinely new game with real changes, and from what I saw, they are well on the way to achieving that.