Pogo Mixes Sounds From Borderlands To Make Hilarious Song

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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was released this month. And electronic musician Pogo mixed a bunch of sounds from the franchise to celebrate its quirky humor.

The song features the auto-tuned vocals of Handsome Jack, Tiny Tina, Claptrap, Psychos, and other fan favorites.

Concluding on a self-deprecating note, Sir Hammerlock says at the end of the tune, "Oh dear, that might be the worst music ever recorded."

2K Games tweeted the song to their followers--hoping that fans would get the same enjoyment out if it that they did.

The first two Borderlands games received rave reviews. But critics have been divided about the Pre-Sequel; the game holds a score of 76 on Metacritic.

And media outlets have been critical of the fact that the Pre-Sequel still has issues from the series' previous two installments.

IGN gave the game an 8 out 10. But still described the Pre-Sequel as "More-derlands" on their page for the game.

"Borderlands 2 did a great job of fusing loose and fast shooting with surprisingly deep character customization." IGN stated in their review of the game.

"It did have its share of pacing blemishes though--blemishes I was really hoping that a new standalone game like Borderlands: The Pre Sequel would fix."

Borderlands: the Pre- Sequel is available now. For more information about Pogo, visit his official website here. For more about Borderlands, visit the franchise's website here.