I’ve had my PS3 since release. I was a first adopter of the original 60 GB version, back when manufacturers believed in something called ‘backwards compatibility’. Tangent; I’m less sore about it now, but when Sony and Microsoft changed policy to remove backward compatibility (BC) from their console lines, I was pretty pissed! At purchase, my library of PS2 games was bigger and more near/dear to me than the paltry PS3 offerings. It was important that I could still play those older games that made up the core of my library.
I’ve had a solid 3 weeks to review and pass judgment on the latest 700 series graphics card from Nvidia. The EVGA branded 760 is a respectable entry level card, with a paltry price tag.
Fallout 3 has been out for quite some time now (2008). I’ve beaten it before, a long time ago, and can recall enjoying the experience. Still, something compelled me to re-install, re-play, and review it, so here goes something! But first, a short walkthrough…
The latest (fourth) DLC for Borderlands 2 released on June 25th (yesterday). TTAODK, here-within further abbreviated as TT (isn’t it strange how abbreviated is a rather long word?), puts the vault hunters back into the world of Pandora, but shifts gears in several ways.
For those of you that haven’t played Borderlands 2 (or BL1 for that matter) I urge you to give it a try. It isn’t for everyone, but it is a fun time-waster that only gets better with friends co-op’ing along side you!
It should go without saying, there are SPOILERS in this post, as I assume you’ve played through at least the primary BL2 campaign and don’t mind knowing the end-game of the DLC.