@assinass: Yeah, Warframe looks pretty neat (I don't have the beta myself, I actually just found out about it from the article), but I'd definitely love to see the whole MGS Ninja character meets Splinter Cell gameplay meets Dead Space environment.
I killed two people in my game. One was on accident. I have no idea how it happened. As far as I know I left no dead bodies near rats or where they could fall in the water. After that I said fuck it and did the duel. Does anyone know if I can get the Clean Hands (no kills) achievement if I just replay those missions without deaths, or would I have to replay the game from the start?
I'd like to know the same thing. Killed a couple of people in the first two missions, but have been pacifist since then.
I can't justify the time sink this time around. Borderlands was long and that was the joy of it at the time, but it is a pretty mindless exercise. Pick up a load of quests, shoot a load of things and get some guns. I can't have that as my autumn game experience this time around. I think I'll play it until something more meaningful comes around and then drop it, I just can't see the compulsion of the first taking hold at all as strongly this time.
This is pretty much exactly how I feel. Borderlands has been fun, but I think I'm going to be jumping on the Dishonored wagon come next week.
Thanks for the responses, folks. I'm currently level 20 and I'm just not as much into it as I was when I started it. Maybe I've spoiled too much of it for myself looking at the higher-level loot, I dunno. Also, I don't really get much chance to play with friends, so that might factor into it, too.
I don't mean this in a negative way. I never played the first game and I'm enjoying playing this one, but what is the incentive to keep playing after level 50 other than waiting for DLC? Once you've farmed/found/traded all the loot that you want, what do you do with it? Just keep playing the game over and over?