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Borderlands, the excellent First-Person Shooter/RPG/Loot-fueled game launched last year, has received a few DLC packs since its release and today Gearbox announced a new one entitled, “New Robot Revolution.”
“Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution invites single-player and co-op fans back to try to suppress a deadly Claptrap revolution using one of four infamous vault hunters. The foursome find themselves caught in the crosshairs of a deadly civil war between the Hyperion Corporation’s well-armed armadas and the ever-amassing army of homicidal Claptraps led by one of the most eagerly awaited characters in the franchise’s history – the cunning Ninja Assassin. As vault hunters, players must put aside their past differences with the Hyperion Corporation, namely the organization’s repeated attempts to wipe them from existence. For a hefty payday, they will join forces to help beat down the mechanical uprising and thwart the dastardly kung-fu expert, the Claptrap known only as Ninja Assassin.”
I never did go back and play through the DLC’s released as I always had other things to spend my money on but from what I hear about this one, it seems pretty good. And if I go back to play this one, I’ll eventually play the others. Well, apart from Mad Moxxi.
“Like its add-on predecessors, Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution offers extensive co-op integration that seamlessly melds single and multiplayer experiences, and incorporates the most explosive role-playing shooter fun imaginable. Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution will provide more than 20 new missions to loot and tons of fresh enemies to blast through, including original boss battles, waves of homicidal Claptraps, well-armed Hyperion soldiers, and local creatures that have been Claptrap-ified – including crab-traps, rakk-traps and skag-trapps. Fans can earn an additional 10 skill points for a total of 71 available skill tree points, and three more backpack slots for additional blood-yielding weapons and many hours of enjoyment.”
From the sounds of it, this DLC could be a blast for all Borderlands fans. You and I both can start to blaze back through Borderlands again when “New Robot Revolution” is released this September for 800 Microsoft Points.