Just a thought that popped in my head. Crossbows (sniper or assault rifle counterpart), bow/arrows (???), magic staffs (maybe rocket launcher?) and melee weapons of course. Mage/sorcerer/ess (siren), rogue (assassin), hunter/ranger (soldier), Paladin/warrior,barbarian (gunzerker), and necromancer (mecromancer). Different element varieties for each weapon type, armor in place of energy shields, cloaks/capes in place of relics, Flasks or magic spells in place of grenades... I don't know, this will never happen. I was just thinking of what would happen if the two worlds met. Thoughts? --- PSN: KillingLegacy Gamertag: Killing Legacy Do justice and love mercy. Regardless of our philosophies or religious views, these are words to live by.
It exists. It's called "Two Worlds" and "Two Worlds II."
I admit, they're not the greatest games, but they're pretty fun overall. I did enjoy messing around with the magic system in Two Worlds II. --- Founder - IRDC AND Fluffy the Friendly Deathclaw Fanclub ULCE#: 9,426 of 53,160
I was under the impression that Borderlands was just Diablo with guns, so... Try playing Diablo? --- XBOX Live Gamertag: danishjuggler03 "I refuse to quote myself in my signature - I've always thought people who do that are lame." - danishjuggler21
I probably should have been more specific. From the comments, some seem to be recommending diablo or other similar games. What I am talking about is completely borderlands, with a dash of medieval/fantasy elements. It would still be first person, have borderlands humor, and be cell shaded. Crossbow would drop/be found in a chest with some silly red text on it. It was just a thought, anyway. --- PSN: KillingLegacy Gamertag: Killing Legacy Do justice and love mercy. Regardless of our philosophies or religious views, these are words to live by.