Borderlands (PC/FullIso/Multi)-FAM

Game Platforme(s) : PC | Language : Multi (5) | Release Date : Oct 26, 2009
Publisher : 2K Games | Developer : Gearbox Software | Genre : Sci-Fi First-Person Shooter
Size : 7 Gb
On the hostile, bandit-ridden planet of Pandora, there is one thing thatdraws off-world attention: The Vault. This mysterious alien structureis rumored to hold treasures of fantastic power and wealth, and so itattracts fortune-seeking corporations and individuals alike. InBorderlands, you are one such individual, but the satisfaction ofunlocking the Vault's secrets pales in comparison to the rollicking goodtime you'll have on your way there. Borderlands is all about thejourney, not the destination, and like most trips, this one is muchbetter when you have some friends along for the ride. Solo players canstill have a good time, because the bloody and entertaining combat ispaired well with rewarding loot and engaging experience systems. ButPandora is a lonely place for a solitary mercenary, and lone wolves willfind the pace deliberate and the friendly characters too few and farbetween. Those who take advantage of the four-player online cooperativemode will experience the game as it's meant to be played. The pleasingrhythm of killing enemies, gathering loot, and cashing in is punctuatedby fighting bosses, completing quests, and leveling up. As a solo merc,this rhythm is slow and methodical, but as a team, the pace quickens toan invigorating clip and pretty soon you've spent hours having ariotously rewarding time.

The world of Pandora has a dusty, run-down feel, yet it manages to bevibrant and eye-catching at the same time. The art style featuresblack-line borders and a colorful palette that give the game anot-quite-comic, not-quite-cel-shaded look. It takes some getting usedto, and its technical execution is less-than-perfect . Yet whatBorderlands lacks in precision it more than makes up for in style, andhours into the game you'll still be appreciating the thoughtful designtouches that bring this world to life. Though the different environmentsoccasionally feel too similar, there is enough distinct detail to keepthem from blurring together. Your vanquished enemies also do their partto keep things visually interesting by dying in a variety of gruesomeand entertaining ways. Bodies explode, limbs fly off, and burningenemies occasionally disintegrate from the ground up until only the maskof their face is left hanging in midair. It sounds (and is a bit)horrifying, but when the mask drops comically to the floor and finallyburns up, don't bother stifling that chuckle. The art design resonateswell with Borderlands' irreverent sense of humor, and the game isplayful without feeling too goofy.

You travel through this world as one of four characters, each with aunique look and attitude. You don't really get to appreciate thecharacter designs if you play solo because you have no AI teammates, butyou do hear frequent quips that give you a little bit ofcharacter-specific flavor. The most important difference betweencharacters is the action skill, which is a special ability that can giveyou an edge in combat. The Hunter can release a vicious bird of prey,the Soldier can throw down an automatic turret flanked by shields, theSiren can turn invisible and speedy, damaging all enemies in thevicinity, and the Berserker flies into a damage-resistant rage anddelivers brutal punches to his enemies. You unlock these abilities afterplaying for a short while, and not only are they all fun to use, buteach one can be customized in a couple of strategically distinct ways.You can tweak and upgrade your ability by investing skill points inappropriate skills. So, for example, upgrading the Hunter's bird of preynot only can increase the amount of damage it does, but can make itattack multiple targets, steal health from them, slow them down for easysniping, and cause them to drop more loot. Expanding your action skillmakes you more deadly in combat, and it's one of the most rewardingparts of leveling up. Killing enemies, finishing quests, and completingin-game bonus challenges earn you experience points, which in turn earnyou a new level. Leveling up boosts your overall fortitude and grantsyou a precious skill point to use however you see fit.

Setup Instruction

1- Extract Rar File
2- Mount ISO file with DAEMON Tools (Or whatever)
3- Click "Setup.exe" to Instal the Game
4- Copy All Content "Crack" Folder to the Folder Game Directory
5- Play & Have Fun .................... Enjoy



System Requirements

* Os : [email protected]/[email protected]
* Processor : CPU Intel Pentium IV 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2400+
* Memory : 2 GB Of RAM
* Video Card : 3D 256 MB (Nvidia GeForce 8600 GS / ATI Radeon X850 Series)
* Sound Card : Compatible with DirectX 9.0c
* HDD : 8 GB Free Space Drive
* DirectX : [email protected] 9.0c
* Keyboard/Mouse
* CD/DVD-ROM Drive 8x Speed