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Armchair Empire, The
For $49.99US, Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition is a no brainer. All those good things you've heard about Borderlands over the last year are true, now go play it yourself.
Borderlands proved to be one of the best games of 2009, and for those who missed out, this is your chance to find out what everyone else has been talking about. There’s very little not to like about Borderlands, and a ton of things to love. The co-op is great, there’s loot everywhere, tons of weapons, huge, vast worlds, slews of enemies, vehicular combat and a zany cast of characters. The game has a great sense of humor about itself and isn’t afraid to admit it. You might have to free up some hard drive space, but trust me – it’s absolutely worth it.