Borderlands fans are review bombing the series over Epic Games Store exclusivity

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The latest action may be a reason for Epic Games to refuse user reviews on their store as Borderlands gets review bombed over Borderlands 3 being a six month exclusive on the Epic Games Store.

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Before Destiny, There was Hellgate: London

hellgate-london If I were to talk about a first-person action-RPG with shooter elements, in a futuristic wasteland, that contained randomly generated maps and loot, along with six unique classes along with hundreds of hours worth the replayability, what game would you begin to think of? You would quite possibly swear the loot-grind filled titles I was talking about would either be Borderlands or Destiny.

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This Borderlands Themed NES is Insane

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What happens when you cross Borderlands with a classic Nintendo Entertainment System? You somehow get some of the coolest opportunities out there. You can make your NES look like CL4P-TP, even a D374-TP for that matter. However, what if you decided to be creative and throw all that away and do something a bit more unique? Like, you know, a Hyperion themed loot box for that matter.

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The Nintendo Switch and Borderlands 3 Won’t be Happening and What This Means for the Switch

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If you’ve ever wondered if Nintendo’s upcoming console that has set the world into a frenzy would be getting Borderlands 3, you’d be heavily mistaken at this bit of news, and it’s partially due to the company who is about to attempt shaking the world. While Gearbox hasn’t confirmed the new game will be titled Borderlands 3, it’s safe to assume this isn’t happening, especially when Randy Pitchford himself comes out and makes that abundantly clear.

His response was plenty clear when responding to the original tweet and there is a bit of resounding disappointment from fans of both the new console and Gearbox themselves. This continues on to prove the point Nintendo has a lot to work on in order to keep fans entertained. With this news, it proves that Nintendo may not have what it takes to prove that, and keep ups as entertained as we would hope.

As fans already own consoles and PCs that can play the game, it’d be safe to bet that Nintendo and Gearbox have a lot to work on together in order to keep their fans amused and rather entertained. With a subscription cost and everything coming with their new console, they need something to look forwards to, and Borderlands 3 would have been the game to do that.

Will this deter you from getting a Nintendo Switch if you are preparing to get one? Let us know in the comments.


About the Writer:

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Dustin is our native console gamer, PlayStation and Nintendo reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the boarders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable. His elitist attitude gives him direction, want, and a need for the hardest difficulties in games, which is fun to watch, and hilarity at its finest. You can find him over on TwitterGoogle+, and or you can find him on PSN with RaivynLyken.