Borderlands 2:                               My First Multi-Platform Game

Borderlands 2!

It’s always nice to have a “first” as a gamer.  First console, first game, first game beaten etc.  I’m coming up on a gaming “first”- first multi-platform game.  This September when Borderlands 2 releases it’ll be the first time I get to decide which console I want to get it for.

Growing up, I couldn’t afford having more than one console- I had a Sega Genesis and a 90mhz Micron PC (yes, ninety megahertz) but computer games weren’t really multi-platform and that beast couldn’t really handle much.  A second console was too much money and my parents thought I played enough video games as it was.  And yeah, they pretty much were the boss of me.

Fast forward 20 years.  I was finally able to afford a PS3 last December (already had an Xbox 360) and my platform horizons were doubled.  With the fall release of Borderlands 2 I’ll get to decide which console I want to play it on.  Over the couple months I’ll be blogging about my decision- the factors going into it, which way I’m leaning and where I plan on pre-ordering the game (which may be a tough decision all the same).

You getting Borderlands 2?  Let me know what console you’re getting it for and why in the comments.  Help me decide!

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One response to “Borderlands 2:                               My First Multi-Platform Game”

  1. rainmaker97 says :

    I could play it on PC or 360, but I’ll be getting the 360 version for one reason only: splitscreen co-op. I played the original while co-oping with a friend and it was a pretty sublime experience. We later repurchased it for PC and tried to co-op online, but it just wasn’t the same. I’ll take offline co-op any day.

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