The Humble Bundle’s latest collection of games goes big on Borderlands, packing Gearbox Software’s original role-playing shooter, its immediate sequel and its low-gravity follow-up, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
It’s all part of the slightly awkwardly-named Humble Endless RPG Lands Bundle. The ‘Endless’ bit is because it also throws in Endless Legend, the excellent sci-fi 4X game.
The pay-what-you-want part of the bundle includes the Original Borderlands (which is probably just about still worth playing) plus all its DLC, as well as action-RPG The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing and Wurm Online, the fantasy MMORPG.
Splash out more than $4.96 and you’ll get all that plus Endless Legend, Borderlands 2 and some of its DLC (some major story add-ons are missing) and Guild of Dungeoneering, a card-battling dungeon crawler that Andy wrote about back in 2015.
More than $10 will also nab you Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, which Evan calleda “well-executed but thoroughly unambitious extension of Borderlands 2”.
Overall, the package is a good one for those who haven’t played the Borderlands games. $5 is near enough a historic low for Borderlands 2 alone, which is the star of the show. You can read Tom’s original review here.