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It seems to me that you're complaining about low minimum frame rates. If you could hit a constant 30 fps in Starcraft would that be good for you?

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Ttocs wrote:My opinion is that Borderlands is a bit of a slow shooter. Sure, you have vehicles and all that, but I spent most of my time on foot. Movement is slow, you're picking people off and even if you charged in, it's not much and it's not intense. It's nowhere near the speed at which players/objects fly by in, say, quake. I can more likely tolerate Borderlands at 30FPS than Quake.

That's a very, very bad example. Quake is pretty much the fastest shooter there is, so any comparison with it is bound to be obvious. I found Borderlands fair and average, it's just that there's a lot of physical room between fights, and the whole "go back to camp and unload" aspect on Bolt 200m top.