[the second encounter] February 17th, 2014, 10:05 PM
It seems someone’s getting a treat…)
…I get some when my boyfriend needed to get away from roleplaying telling me: “afk one minute. cover me sweetheart!”
After that my smile stretches from ear to ear and I start yelling like insane trying to imitate Julio Cedillo’s accent while lavishly handing out headshots: "Whaaat?!! How’d you call me, amigo? He he he he… sweetheart! Bloodwing, did you hear that? A ha ha hah… HA HA * drooling *… SWE-E-ETHEART! ahaha…HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! "
and so until he comes back… with my girlish voice it sounds so stupid
You know, more I play Borderlands 2 then more I realize how deep and soulful was the first one. Gentle thrill of nostalgia just like to get from the shelf an old worn book “There and Back Again” after avidly reading all six Lords of the Rings. The second is a real epos but the first one is the beginning of beginnings, the journey to the lonely mountain in search of a mysterious treasure, adventure which changes characters’ lives forever…
Same thing observed with the parallel sci-fi project from 2K. Bioshock infinite showed for us the amazing and touching story but Columbia was a horrible place that cause in me only one desire…to destroy this air city to hell :}
Rapture opposite makes in me only positive emotions and a feeling of coziness and comfort. Yes, I’d love to stay live in Rapture, become one of splicers… ride my revolver in the baby carriage… sweeeeet
with Borderlands 2 happened in general very funny thing… after TellTale’s The Walking Dead I was absolutely sure that now another game never will make me cry again… WHYYYYYYYYYYYY???
пиздец… that was so… awesome… I thought the writers can be so cruel and cynical only in graphic novels! …and now announced Tales from the Borderlands. My first thought was “R U ****** kidding me!??” and second “this is exactly what I could dream about!”