History Videogame / Borderlands

3rd May '18 4:40:18 AM REV6Pilot
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* InvulnerableKnuckles: Brick can beat alien monsters, bandits with various head gear, and other things to death with his bare hands and not bat an eye. He even regenerates while he does it.
** They aren't really just his knuckles. If you look carefully in the opening cutscene when he punches his hand, he appears to have a bit of plate metal over his knuckles with small bolts welded on pointing outwards.
*** Lightning, acid, fire, or explosions erupting from Brick's fists don't hurt at all considering the proximity to the said effects.

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* InvulnerableKnuckles: Brick can beat alien monsters, bandits with various head gear, and other things to death with his mostly bare hands hands[[note]]he has what looks like improvised knuckle dusters made of screws and bolts[[/note]] and not bat an eye. He even regenerates while he does it.
** They aren't really just his knuckles. If you look carefully in the opening cutscene when he punches his hand, he appears to have a bit of plate metal over his knuckles with small bolts welded on pointing outwards.
*** Lightning,
it. To boot, [[ElementalPowers lightning, acid, fire, or explosions explosions]] erupting from Brick's fists when he has an Eridian artifact equipped don't hurt him at all considering the proximity to the said effects.all.



* KineticWeaponsAreJustBetter: Eridian weapons usually have a short range, long recharge time, and/or slow moving projectiles that effectively blind the person using them. Compared to human weapons, they're little more than a novelty. The icing on the cake? They also force you to move slower. The rocket launcher equivalent is even more useless than regular rocket launchers.
** They are, however, very useful [[FridgeBrilliance against the Eridians themselves]].
*** The Eridians also aren't slowed down by the weapons, since they float. They're probably very awesome weapons... if you belong to the species it's designed for.

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* KineticWeaponsAreJustBetter: KineticWeaponsAreJustBetter:
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Eridian weapons usually have a short range, long recharge time, and/or slow moving projectiles that effectively blind the person using them. Compared to human weapons, they're little more than a novelty. The icing on the cake? They also force you to move slower. The rocket launcher equivalent is even more useless than regular rocket launchers.
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launchers. They are, however, very useful [[FridgeBrilliance against the Eridians themselves]].
*** The Eridians also aren't slowed down by the weapons, since they float. They're probably very awesome weapons... if you belong to the species it's designed for.
themselves]].



* KingMook: Nine-Toes
** In Tetanus Warren, there is a boss enemy called King Wee Wee.

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* KingMook: Nine-Toes
KingMook:
** Nine-Toes, little more than a stronger bandit.
** In Tetanus Warren, there is a boss enemy called King Wee Wee.Wee, a midget.
13th Apr '18 12:39:29 PM captainspycrab
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** [[UnreliableNarrator Marcus']] concluding remarks on Claptrap's Robot Revolution include claiming that 'that is how it really happened!' [[note]]Immediately before the final boss fight, Marcus had been shot dead.[[/note]]
** Doctor Ned is [[RunningGag Doctor Zed's twin brother]], and is [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial most definitely not just Doctor Zed with a fake mustache over his surgical mask.]] [[note]]It turns out [[SubvertedTrope that's actually true]], since Zed shows up again in the sequel despite Ned being killed off at the end of the DLC that bears his name. Although it's possible that you could just pin the whole thing on Marcus' above-mentioned UnreliableNarrator status.[[/note]]
4th Mar '18 7:59:49 PM nombretomado
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** And Playthrough 2.5 upgrades them again, this time to '{{Superbad}}s'.

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** And Playthrough 2.5 upgrades them again, this time to '{{Superbad}}s'.'{{Film/Superbad}}s'.
11th Nov '17 8:40:25 PM jormis29
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* ''Borderlands Legends'' (2012), a RealTimeStrategy game for iOS devices.
11th Nov '17 8:35:15 PM jormis29
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11th Nov '17 8:34:34 PM jormis29
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11th Nov '17 8:30:45 PM jormis29
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A sequel, ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', was released on September 18, 2012. ''VideoGame/TalesFromTheBorderlands'', a game developed by Creator/TelltaleGames, is a point and click adventure that follows the ending of ''Borderlands 2''. A villain-based {{Interquel}}, ''VideoGame/BorderlandsThePreSequel'', was released Fall 2014. A tech demo for ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 3}}'' was shown at the 2017 Game Developers Conference.

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A sequel, * ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', was released on September 18, 2012. ''VideoGame/TalesFromTheBorderlands'', 2}}'' (2012)
* ''VideoGame/BorderlandsThePreSequel''(2014),
a game developed by Creator/TelltaleGames, is a point and click adventure villain-based {{Interquel}}
* ''VideoGame/TalesFromTheBorderlands'' (2014-2015), an episodic AdventureGame
that follows the ending of ''Borderlands 2''. A villain-based {{Interquel}}, ''VideoGame/BorderlandsThePreSequel'', was released Fall 2014. A tech demo for 2'' developed by Creator/TelltaleGames.
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''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 3}}'' 3}}'', a tech demo was shown at the 2017 Game Developers Conference.
Conference.

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* ''Borderlands: Origins'' (2012-2013)
* ''Borderlands: Fall of Fyrestone'' (2014)
* ''Borderlands: Tannis & The Vault'' (2014-2015)

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* ''Borderlands: The Fallen'' (2011)
* ''Borderlands: Unconquered'' (2012)
* ''Borderlands: Gunsight'' (2013)
28th Oct '17 5:49:00 AM Quanyails
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* CoOpMultiplayer: Tag-along style. The host determines where in the plot the players play in, and also has the character used to scale enemies. If the guest is behind the host in level, he will be up against constant beef gates. If behind in plot, any completed missions will be treated as "ineligible", and won't transfer over to the guest. As such, co-op players should mainatain progress parity.

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* CoOpMultiplayer: Tag-along style. The host determines where in the plot the players play in, and also has the character used to scale enemies. If the guest is behind the host in level, he will be up against constant beef gates. If behind in plot, any completed missions will be treated as "ineligible", and won't transfer over to the guest. As such, co-op players should mainatain maintain progress parity.
9th Oct '17 6:48:30 AM DrNoPuma
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* InfernalBackground: In Claptrap's Robolution DLC, the Vault Hunters are introduced to Mr. Blake, head of MegaCorp Hyperion's Mercenary relations decision. His introductory splash is backed with flames, which when coupled with his pointy hairstyle makes him look like the Devil. However, despite seeming sinister at first, he turns out to be genuinely the nicest person on Pandora.
1st Aug '17 12:18:46 PM Joylock
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* CelShading: The game is often mistaken as using it, but the lighting and shading are realistic, not cel.

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* CelShading: The game is often mistaken as using it, it due to the heavily stylized comic book inspired graphics style, but the lighting and shading are realistic, not cel.
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