When someone is determined to be entertained or have yet another way to enter an alternate reality through a video game, they'll brave just about any weather and stand in line for as long as it takes to be amongst the first people to buy the latest craze in video games.
A crowd of about 50 such interactive game aficionados did just that, at Midnight, in Delavan. Game Stop had extra employees on the sales floor and controlled the amount of people allowed into the showroom at one time. Some game buffs had been in line for five hours before the doors officially opened.
The game features the same characters as the original game "Borderlands", but the mission and enemies are new and the action is more detailed and rapid.