Some lovely ditties and exuberant voice work from a game cast. Explosions and spells fizz, crackle, and pop – it's good.
Borderlands' signature style is back in full effect, looking as good as it did in Borderlands 3. The side is let down by some performance issues that cause the game to intermittently lock up, usually when it's trying to log in to Gearbox's Shift service.
A mite repetitive at times, Wonderlands still manages to deliver enjoyable shooting and looting, this time with some D&D-inspired elements, like spells and swords. If you enjoyed Borderlands shoot and loot gameplay loop, then you're undoubtedly going to enjoy it again here.
A ten-chapter campaign and dozens of side quests prove a generous offering, while the endgame Chaos Chamber has endless shenanigans to tackle solo or with friends in co-op. A pretty generous and well-presented package that's hard to sniff at, despite being essentially more of the same.
An entirely serviceable list that covers the usual levelling up and completion milestones. There are one or two objectives here that transcend the grind, but Wonderlands' list is primarily about putting in the hours.