Gearbox have taken an interesting – and extremely fun – approach to marketing for their upcoming title Borderlands 2. With the increasing popularity of fan demakes, the devs have gone off and made their own for their over-the-top shooter. The Border Lands is free-to-play in your browser right now. I just got done toying around with it and, not only does it do a great job of recreating the retro feel of older titles, but it’s also a ton of fun. It even comes with an intro greeting from series favorite Claptrap: “Borderlands wasn’t always the slick, handsome bastard it is today! Go old skool and play the 1989 16-bit original to see how it all began. I can’t believe how young I look!”
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