Fort Knights Love Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands | Review
Tabletop Madness Meets Borderlands – Tiny Tina is still crazy
What’s Good with Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
⊕ Classic borderlands humour
⊕ Great Overworld addition really adds that tabletop feel
⊕ Beloved (or despised) characters make cameos
⊗ Feels too similar to Borderlands 3, guns and all
⊗ Main storyline is really short
⊗ Some framerate drops on Xbox Series X
Verdict: Tiny Tina really does take you to a wonderland of her own design and borderlands fans will love every second. Play it.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Review
In any mainline Borderlands game, Tiny Tina is the crazy on top of all the other crazy, and boy, does she love blowing things up. Besides her insistence on exploding things, Tiny is one of the best characters in the Borderlands Universe, and was well deserving of her own adventure.
What we got is a thoroughly Tina-approved RPG adventure, with all the good bits from Borderlands, combined with some new mechanics and a fantasy overlay.
Tina Turns the Tables
Of course, lots and lots of loot comes your way as you make your way through the game.
While the gunplay and the guns themselves are reminiscent of actual Borderlands (3) gameplay, the fantasy element comes in within the environments, the Overworld, the character classes/armour and enemies. There are goblins, archmages, wyverns and undead for you to face off against, all of which fit into the environments within the fantasy-fuelled tale that Tina is telling as dungeon master for Bunkers and Badasses.
With her role as bunker master, Tina throws hilarious wrenches your way, and sometimes loses the plot to the baddies as well, which means chaos and destruction for you.