A review of Little Tina's Wonderland roundup -- here's what the reviewers thought

A review of Little Tina’s Wonderland roundup — here’s what the reviewers thought

A review of Little Tina’s Wonderland roundup — here’s what the reviewers thought

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, the Borderlands spin-off from series creator Gearbox Software, launches this week. Before that, reviews of console and PC games had started appearing online.

At GameSpot, our Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands review gave this fantasy game a 7/10. Critic Darryn Bonthuys said it didn’t reinvent the wheel of Borderlands, but was a competent first-person shooter, although it was “fun but easy to forget.”

Unlike the mainline Borderlands series, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a highly fantasy game that Gearbox has been trying to make since the Lord of the Rings games launched years ago. It stars Tiny Tina, voiced by Ashly Burch, with supporting cast including Will Arnett, Andy Samberg and Wanda Wanda Sykes.

For a broader look at the critical reaction to Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, check out more review scores and excerpts below, while more insights can be seen on site Metacritic.

  • Game: Little Tina’s Wonderland
  • Platform: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC
  • Developer: Transmission Software
  • Release Date: March 25
  • Price: $60/$70

Game Points – 7/10

“As a spin-off, Little Tina’s Wonderland doesn’t reinvent the wheel of Borderlands, as it veers toward a fantasy of chaotic neutrality. Instead, it explores familiar territory, repeating the Borderlands formula. The best and the worst, but it doesn’t risk stepping out of its comfort zone. This makes for a game filled with solid first-person shooter action and a competent multi-class system that makes for a fun destiny creator. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands revamps the same mechanics and narrative foundation as Borderlands 3, ultimately creating an interesting but forgettable chapter in the franchise. “– Darling Bontheus [Full review]

Game Informer – 9.5/10

“Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is Gearbox Software’s best game yet. Building on the studio’s successful Borderlands formula, the experience adds a whimsical twist to the familiar predator shooter and puts it at your fingertips With so much firepower, you’ll think you’re wearing the Infinity Gauntlet. Full of goofiness and always trying to make you laugh, Wonderland hits with a unique charm and handles its characters and world with care, leaving you in a segment of me Participate in a journey that doesn’t want to end.” — Andrew Reiner [Full review]

EGM – 3/5

“The best and worst thing about Tiny Tina’s Wonderlandsis is that it feels like another Borderlands game. The shooter gameplay is as tight and responsive as ever, the weapons are fun to use, and the writing is better than Borderlands 3 has been significantly improved. The characters were once again at the center of the game’s comedy, and the acting was great [when the actors are actually committing to their roles]. However, because this is more Borderlands, many of the same annoyances of the series remain, especially with regard to inventory management and a ton of pointless loot. Really, Wonderland’s worst offense is that it can’t overcome the series’ heist-and-shoot legacy, and misses the opportunity to get real inspiration from the tabletop world it emulates. “- Michael Gorov [Full review]

IGN – 8/10

“Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a fantastic fantasy take on Borderlands’ tried-and-true predator-shooter formula. As the spin-off progresses, it’s dangerously close to its past success, feeling a little out of place at times, and it tries something new , like the procedurally generated combat encounters, wasn’t terribly good. Luckily, the excellent writing, hilarious performances from the all-star cast and absurd combat continue to shine, making this tabletop-inspired explosion of feasts definitely worth your time.” — Travis Northup [Full review]

Window Center — 4/5

“Despite its character and story missteps, Tiny Tina’s Wonderland is a lot of fun to play. In an age where games are getting bigger and bigger, it’s nice to get bite-sized samples of Borderlands (yes, we’re putting 20- 30 hours count as a bite size). If creepy influencer stories are what bore you with Borderlands 3, Tiny Tina’s Wonderland might be perfect for you. But if you’re not a basic fan The game loop of Borderlands and then Wonderland doesn’t change that. Wonderland is a Borderlands game through and through, but it changes enough mechanics to make it feel fresh. The addictive loot grind is still there, even if It needs some tweaking, which will definitely keep players coming back for more.” — Jennifer Locke [Full review]

Computer Gamer – 70/100

“While other looter shooters are crafting systems or trying to make you care about gear levels and repeatable activities and collecting 15 different types of shards (why is that? always Fragments? ), Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is just another game where you shoot bad guys with ridiculous guns so you can take more ridiculous guns off their corpses. Sometimes, in between, it provides a gimmick about how messy the average game of D&D is, and it hits my heart like a knife. “- Jody McGregor [Full review] receive a commission from retail offers.

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