Borderlands The Pre-Sequel User Reviews
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is the newest entry in the critically acclaimed Borderlands franchise that is currently being co-developed by Gearbox Software and 2K Australia. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel continues the franchise’s tradition of industry-leading co-op, allowing up to four players to experience all-new low-gravity, shoot ‘n’ loot gameplay on Pandora’s moon. Featuring four new playable character classes armed with powerful laser and icy Cryo weapons, players will battle against an array of new enemies. Taking place in-between the events of Borderlands and Borderlands 2, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a great introduction into the franchise while showcasing Handsome Jack’s transformation into the ruthless tyrant fans loved to hate in Borderlands 2.
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In Borderlands 2, Wilhelm's dialogue is heavily distorted to emphasize how he's barely even human anymore. They had Todd Haberkorn voice him just because they knew the end result wouldn't sound anything like him. Since Wilhelm is far more human and has far more dialogue in the Pre-Sequel, Todd's higher pitched voice doesn't fit the ruff-n-gruff mercenary, so he's voiced by Bryan Massey instead.
Claptraps all have the same voice, even ones with different personalities (like the Customs Claptrap who thinks he's Judge Dredd, or Moxxi's bar-bot who somehow gets drunk on alcohol.) Playing as Claptrap the Fragtrap while interacting with these others can get a little confusing. Jack and his Doppelganger fall under this category too, usually only distinguishable by Jack's more confident tone and dialogue.
Wilhelm is a playable character TPS, and was a Boss in Borderlands 2, his skill tree; "Cyber Commando" allows you to make changes to his body. Such changes include Power Fist(Arm) Legs, and the Vengence Cannon. While these skills are spent, Wilhelm's voice turns from human, to more mechanicalQuotes
"Jack": I dislike Claptrap. I hope he dies.Easter Eggs
There is a reference to the Star Wars trilogy in a mission, in which you must escort a Golden Loader bot, and a Blue Claptrap to a man, which will end in the Claptrap projecting a hologram of a woman, who nags the man. Along the way, the Loader and Claptrap quarrel(In which the claptrap on beeps and books) This is a nod to Star Wars Episode IV, which features C3-P0 ( Which The Loader is based after) and R2-D2.(Which the Claptrap is based after)