There is no denying that Tiny Tina is one of the biggest fan-favourite characters from the Borderlands game series. I mean what’s not to love? She’s a feisty little go-getter who doesn’t let anything get her down. She may be small, but this little girl is larger than life and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands proves just how absolutely ridiculous, chaotic and downright magical her imagination as our favourite little explosive pyromaniac can be, right down to her Fantasy-4… (for those who aren’t maniacal little explosive experts, that’s her equivalent for a magical explosive - Fanta-C-4).
I honestly have no idea how anyone can categorise this game - Is it a first-person shooter? Is it a fantasy role-playing game? Is it an adventure game? Is it an action game? I guess the short answer to all of that is... Yes. To all of the above. There are so many elements to the game that draw you in, it is easy to become so focused in one area that you actually forget that you are also playing other aspects as well. In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you play a character… who is playing a character. It’s a wonderful concept and the idea works so brilliantly in this game.
In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you play a character… who is playing a character.
My personal favourite is our villain Dragon Lord who is voiced perfectly by Will Arnett.
Although I love some good sarcastic commentary, the repetitive quotes got irritating really fast.
The Nexus is built around community. We like to feature our community members! If you’d like to submit your writing to the Nexus for consideration please email firstname.lastname@example.org Please note: submission does not guarantee that your writing will be featured.
Please login to post comments.
PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series
25 March 2022
Latest ReviewsBrowse All Reviews