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Collections and add-on content is filling the landscape as we close in on the industry's more active retail months for full releases, but there is some very good content amidst all of that, and today we take a quick poke at Borderlands: The Handsome Collection and, more specifically, its four-player split-screen couch co-op.

From my hands-on:
While it is something of a twitch shooter, with the only PvP being in the form of duels, the drop in framerate from 60fps to 30fps when in four-player split-screen doesn’t alter the gameplay experience any, and you’re likely going to be too busy shouting at your mates or partners to care too much anyway. All of the above said though, we did only play a very small portion of the game and this is two games repurposed into one, with one of those games coming in greater percentage from a different developer, so we’ll have to wait and see if the frame-rate and sleekness of what we played holds up across the whole package.
Click here for our quick Borderlands: The Handsome Collection hands-on.



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