Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: our review of the game by 2K Games

Gamer friends and fans of Borderlandsmark your calendars! Tiny Tina’s Wonderlandsgame edited by 2K Gamesexit on computer (via the Epic Games Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series on March 25, 2022. A software from the franchise, a sequel to Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina and the Dragon Fortress, which plunges you into the heart of the treacherous peaks of Mont Jabot. You play as two Hands of Destiny teaming up to achieve cooperative feats in a tabletop role-playing game with Tiny Tina has the secret.

A fantasy shooter looter which is revealed in a gameplay trailer lasting 20 minutes, detailing certain mechanics of the game. Firearms, spells… Everything is good to defeat the enemies! A mechanism that is reminiscent Bioshock, on the casting of spells, among others. Also note that the game guide has been updated, with a complete list of activated class feats, emblematic action skills and the passive skill tree for the six classes existing in the software.

An evolving class system, too, offering you very quickly in your progress in the game a secondary class slot, with the Multiclass system, to allow you to build a hybrid character, according to your affinities with said classes. And to learn more about the game, we invite you to discover the gameplay trailer!


Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is one of those games that create surprise – a good one, we reassure you – thanks to many strong points. First of all by its very trashy dialogues, to be cut with a knife, but above all tasty. The tone is set from the start and, even if for some, the dialogues may be annoying, we still appreciate seeing a game that dares to go into this field. So yes, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands may not be for everyone, but change is fun.

Then, by its relatively original graphics. gear box here chooses the Cel Shadinggiving a cartoon look that sticks pretty well to the story of the game, around board games fantasyas Dungeons & Dragons. And a contrast, too, favoring the colors, for a rather pretty rendering. A visual aspect that may displease, but which seems particularly appropriate here.

Finally, by his gameplay. This one is relatively simple to understand and should not confuse gamers familiar with the games developed by edited by 2K Gamesvery close to Borderlands. But not everything is rosy in the game either… Although the main – positive – points mentioned above have rather charmed us, some could annoy more than one. We also note a little too much loot for our taste, something relatively normal for a shooter-looter, but perhaps a bit exaggerated as far as we are concerned.

We also regret the game menu, in-game, a little too extensive, losing us a little on the crafting of spells, weapons, the skill tree and others. Despite this, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands remains a fairly pleasant game to discover and should satisfy all fans of Borderlands… At your controls!

This test was carried out as part of a professional invitation. If your experience differs from ours, please let us know in the comments.

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